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Starting January 1, 2018 the Beachwood Emergency Medical Services, Inc. have partnered with Cornerstone Billing Company. With the proper approvals and participation of our borough's we have decided to "soft bill" our transports. What does this mean? Upon calling for an ambulance and being transported to a hospital we will be billing YOUR INSURANCE COMPANY ONLY. There will be NO MONEY out of your pocket for our service. Any bills or correspondence...
Congratulations to all the EMT students that graduated last night at the Ocean County Fire / EMS academy that successfully completed over 200 hours of instruction to get them ready for their State EMT Exam.
On behalf of all the 2016 Line Officers and Corporate Officers we are happy to announce our final numbers for 2016 !!We would like to thank every single VOLUNTEER we have in our agency starting from Captain James Horn all the way thru our Cadet Program cadets....We would also like to thank the joint support from the Beachwood Council Office, Beachwood Fire Department, Beachwood Police Department, Ocean County Sheriff's Office Communications, Pine Beach Fire Department, P...ine Beach Police D...
We would like to THANK all of our supporters that made this event successful ! Check out our Picture Gallery for pictures !
On this past Friday evening, Beachwood EMS, Beachwood FD, Island Heights FD, & Toms River Fire Co. No. 2 had a water rescue drill on the Toms River. We went over each others equipment, how to board onto boats to take patients off and their operations for fire suppression. GREAT WORK DONE by all agencies
It is with the deepest regret that the Beachwood Fire Department must announce the passing of Past-Chief George W. Symington. Chief Symington has proudly served the Department since February of 1955. Chief Symington is part of three generations of the Symington family to have served with the Department. George's father, George H. "Papa" Symington was with the Department before his passing, and George's son, George C. "Mickey" Symington is also a Past-Chief who has con...
We would like to wish Sgt. Bruce Harris a happy and healthy retirement from the Beachwood Police Department. Sgt. Harris served this agency with pride through his career. Sgt. Harris was fundamental in creating the K-9 unit and also served as a certified Drug recognition officer (DRE), certified Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), and served as a member of the Emergency Service Unit (ESU). Sgt. Harris also took part in the field training of new officers and instructed in Radar. Sgt. Bruce Harris...
It is with the deepest regret that the Beachwood First Aid must announce the passing of Past-Chief Thomas D. Miserendino. Chief Miserendino has proudly served the Beachwood Fire Department since November of 1971. Chief Miserendino has the distinction of being the Department's longest serving Chief.Tom will be greatly missed by his friends and brothers At Station 16 and Squad 15. Our thoughts are with the Miserendino family.Rest easy Chief,
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