Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Does the Wanamassa First Aid Squad provide non-emergency transportation services?
Yes. The Wanamassa First Aid Squad provides non-emergency transportations for Ocean Township residents only. Click here for information about non-emergency transportations
Q: Will I have to wait long if Wanamassa First Aid Squad is busy?
No. Wanamassa First Aid Squad has standing mutual-aid agreements with surrounding jurisdictions to dispatch available ambulances to emergencies. If no Wanamassa ambulance is available, an ambulance from Oakhurst EMS, Asbury Park Fire EMS, or another agency will be dispatched to your emergency.
Q: When are Wanamassa First Aid Squad ambulances available?
Wanamassa ambulances are staffed by paid EMTs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. You can always expect the highest quality of medical care and professionalism from Wanamassa First Aid Squad ambulance crews.
Q: What hospitals does the Wanamassa First Aid Squad transport to?
Hosptials that Wanamassa First Aid Squad transports to
Q: What advanced life support (ALS) paramedics respond to Wanamassa?
Advanced Life Support (ALS) Units Serving Wanamassa
Q: I am an attorney representing a patient or was treated and/or transported by Wanamassa First Aid Squad. How can I obtain a copy of the patient care report?
Yes. To obtain a copy of a patient care report
Q: Is my personal information provided to the Wanamassa First Aid Squad safe and protected?
Yes. Click here for Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA) information
Q: Can a service animal ride with a patient in the ambulance during transport to the hospital?
Yes. Service animals should remain with their partners unless they are deemed in an uncontrolled state or present a direct threat to the health or safety of others. A crate, seat belt, or other restraint should be used to keep the service animal safe when transporting. Regardless of the purpose of the animal, if the animal is a potential threat to health or safety of anyone involved in response, the animal may be excluded from transport.