Find out how our Hudson EMS is "Called to Care" for our community on at the EMS Open House Saturday, May 19 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Safety Center, 40 South Oviatt Street. Children can enjoy playing in the bounce house and everyone can enjoy free food catered by Freche Catering. Bring the family and take a tour of Hudson EMS, climb inside an ambulance, take fire extinguisher training, learn hands-on CPR, see a power ambulance cot demonstration, and learn how the volunteer members of Hudson EMS help save lives, and how YOU can join Hudson's team of first responders.
There's plenty of fun for kids and adults alike, so bring the whole family. The chance to meet the members of Hudson EMS kicks off National EMS Week (May 20-26), a week set aside to celebrate the talented professionals who are available 24/7 to come to the community’s aid when needed. Thank you to all our safety forces for your continued commitment to the community.
Staffed primarily with volunteers and supported by full and part-time career personnel, Hudson EMS provides advanced life support ambulance service to the City of Hudson. Covering 25 square miles and serving a population of nearly 23,000, Hudson EMS responds to more than 1,700 emergency calls each year.