Are you recently retired and looking for a way to give back? Or perhaps interested in a possible Emergency Response career? Lyme Ambulance, one of Connecticut’s last remaining no-fee, all-volunteer ambulance services needs you, and has funds to reimburse volunteer Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) or Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) training expenses.
“Our policy is to reimburse the training expenses incurred by a new member, once that member has been both certified and has demonstrated a commitment by being an active Responder with Lyme Ambulance for six or more months,” explains Carl Clement, Lyme Ambulance Chief of Service. “If the volunteer is serious, it’s a win-win for everyone involved.”
If you have a sincere interest in the personal satisfaction gained from helping others in time of need, learning new skills that could save a life or possibly opening an opportunity for a new career, write
to: Lyme Ambulance Association, PO Box 911, Hadlyme CT 06439-0490.
Or call Carter Courtney at (860) 434-0057.
You can also email Courtney at firstname.lastname@example.org. He will arrange an interview with you to ensure you have a full understanding of the training and responsibilities required to be an active operations group member.
Act promptly since classes start in September and Lyme Ambulance needs to get you pre-registered in training-sessions as soon as possible.
Lyme Ambulance has served the town of Lyme since it was established in 1976. It is a completely volunteer organization and is one of the last ambulance groups in the area that does not charge for its