Limited Slots Left: GEM Ambulance announces Fall EMT Course in Lakewood; Application period closing soon

[COMMUNICATED] GEM Ambulance is proud to begin hosting EMT courses at their corporate Lakewood location! Classes will be a blend of online and hands-on learning to accommodate even the busiest lifestyles!

Application period: NOW thru July 8th 2019.

Class Duration: September 8th – December 29th 2019 (there will be makeup days for Yomim Tovim.)

Where: 1750 Cedar Bridge Ave. Lakewood NJ 08701

Sundays: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM

To see full schedule: Click HERE

To sign up: Click HERE

Questions? Contact our Recruiting Office at 732.575.1700 ext 418

Sign up today and save lives tomorrow!

Training hosted by RWJ Barnabas Health


This content, and any other content on TLS, may not be republished or reproduced without prior permission from TLS. Copying or reproducing our content is both against the law and against Halacha. To inquire about using our content, including videos or photos, email us at

Stay up to date via our news alerts, by sending 'follow LakewoodScoop' to the number '40404' or via Twitter handle @LakewoodScoop. Also find us on Instagram and Facebook.

Also join the thousands receiving our Whatsapp Status updates!

Got a news tip? Email us at, text or whatsapp us 415-857-2667, or tweet us @LakewoodScoop.

There are 4 Comments to "Limited Slots Left: GEM Ambulance announces Fall EMT Course in Lakewood; Application period closing soon"

  • rg says:

    Is Lakewood Hatzala looking for more volunteers? Or are they rejecting new applications?

    • Sruly says:

      As far as I know the EMT course is expensive. I suggest you should only take it if you really would like to know the stuff. If you’re taking it to join any organization, don’t waste your money and time. Every organization has their ways they accept members based on a lot of different factors. My friend was accepted onto hatzolah after applying for 7 years. That was the time it made sense strategically for him to be taken on. Lakewood hatzolah takes on members every year. I heard they have a list of 200 applications and Flatbush has over 500. Do you think they should take on all 200 & 500? Of course not. That’s why every organization has a process.

      • TB says:

        @Sruly, Why wouldn’t they take on more members?
        The more members, the more people available in times of need. If an area has “too many volunteers”, that can say they won’t be covering the cost of more equipment for that area. But I don’t think they should be ignoring willing and capable applicants. (obviously they need to vet all applicants properly)

  • Avi says:

    What is the average salary of an Ambulance EMT?

Write a Comment

Please read comment rules before submitting your comment.

(required - will not be published)

Please note: Comment moderation is enabled and may delay your comment. There is no need to resubmit your comment.

Answer the question below to prove you\'re human *