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Emergency Medical Services

Our Responders & Executive Board

All CUEMS responders are trained as either CFRs (Certified First Responders) or EMTs (Emergency Medical Technicians) and carry an AED (Automated External Defibrillator), wound treatment supplies, splinting equipment etc.

CUEMS is overseen by a 5-member executive board of undergraduate students. University Police Officer Kalah LaPlante serves as faculty advisor. CUEMS also maintain a close relationship with MedStar Ambulance, Clark University Health Services, and Dr. Mark Restuccia, Director of Emergency Medical Response in the City of Worcester.

CUEMS provides standby coverage at both small and large events at Clark University. Student organizations that require EMS coverage at an event can request a standby through the Event Registration.

The students are certified through the state of Massachusetts.

What to Expect When You Call

In case of an emergency on campus, call University Police at (508) 793-7575 to request EMS. Do NOT call 911, as this will delay response time. Be prepared to give UP your name, location and the reason for your call. Do not hang up until instructed to do so. Each crew is comprised of 3 or 4 responders who will often respond separately. Responders will require such personal information as your Clark ID, date of birth and a list of any medications you take. As the overseeing department for CUEMS, University Police may also respond and authorize an ambulance call if necessary.

Join Us!

CUEMS accepts new members at the start of each fall semester. CPR & CFR training is offered to applicants in the fall, and an EMT course is offered in the spring.

If you are interested in joining CUEMS, please email us at clarkems@clarku.edu