Lodi Area Emergency Medical Services is dedicated to providing the best care and safe transportation of the sick and injured in our district. We strive to maintain the highest level of personnel, equipment, knowledge, and skills to accomplish this goal.
Lodi Area EMS was established in 1970 to serve the people of the City of Lodi and the townships of West Point and Lodi. We cover approximately 70 square miles. Our three ambulances respond to 475 emergency calls per year. Our service operates at the Intermediate Technician level of care.
Presently we have two full time and one part time staff. We also have 35 members that volunteer hours at an on call/pay per call basis. We sponsor three major fund raising events each year to assist with the purchase of needed equipment and supplies. Lodi Area EMS is proud to work with the community and school district to provide American Heart Association CPR and First Aid training. Our membership is happy to visit groups and organizations to talk about the operation of our service or give tours of our EMS station.
Lodi Emergency Medical Services Commission
The Lodi Area Emergency Medical Commission consists of six total members. The six members are comprised of two individuals from the City of Lodi, the Town of Lodi, and the Town of West Point. The Commission meets the third Thursday of the month. Agendas are available in advance of the meetings.