2500+

Calls Answered

130+

Volunteers

7

Vehicles

About Us

What is the history of Freehold EMS?


Freehold EMS, formally known as The Freehold First Aid & Emergency Squad, has been around since 1941. The organization has a long history of providing quality pre-hospital care to residents of the Boro and Township of Freehold. Click here for an article that provides a synopsis of our history!




What type of membership do you offer?


We have a few different membership options:

  1. Senior Squad - this is for those 18 years or older who wish to become full voting members of the organization. Senior squad members will be required to volunteer 32 hours per month. Senior Squad members recieve the most benefits from the organization.
  2. Associate Membership - this is for those 18 years or older who wish to volunteer, but can not fulfull the requirements of a Senior Squad member. Associate members are required to volunteer 16 hours per month, however they do not have voting rights and recieve less benefits than a Senior Squad member.
  3. Cadet Membership- this is for those under 18 years of age who are interested in eventually becoming a Senior or Associate member. Cadets will attend weekly drills/meetings, and will be required to volunteer 20 hours per month.




Are the services you provide free?


For over 75 years of service, Freehold EMS has been able to provide residents with pre-hospital care at no cost. Unfortunately, due to rising industry costs and decreasing donations we have started billing insurance companies as of January 1, 2019. All billing services are provided by Revenue Guard. For information about a bill, please call 732-308-1515 and choose option three.




How do I become a volunteer?


We are super excited you are interested in volunteering with us! Please click here to fill out an application.





Freehold Emergency Medical Services is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides Emergency Medical Services for Freehold Boro and Freehold Township, NJ. The organization is comprised of over 130 active volunteers who provide EMS services. Below are some frequently asked questions: