Honesty, commitment and quality
Pre- Hospital Emergency medicine
Emergency Preparedness & Clinical Education Bureau:
As a public safety agency and a bureau of the East Windsor Public Safety Commission, East Windsor Rescue Squad District II has a broad and far reaching responsibilities in educating, training and coordinating with public health and public safety partners in preparation for all hazard emergencies in the greater East Windsor and Mercer County area.
Emergency Preparedness Division:
Responding to medical emergencies represents only a single component of our service to East Windsor. Specialized training and coordination of large scale emergencies is a speciality of our members.
Incident Management Team:
When disaster strikes, not any ordinary public safety agency is equipped to manage the incident. East Windsor Rescue Squad District II has the capabilities to provide high quality specialized services in the event of an all-hazards response, including but not limited to chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive incidents. Our Incident Management Team has been trained by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the FEMA Type 1 Incident Commander of Hurricane Katrina.
Incident Management Assistance Team:
East Windsor's IMAT responds to requests from state and or local governments and other public safety agencies to assist in the management of disaster response operations. The team supports the initial establishment of a unified command and provides crucial situational awareness that may be required for state and or local decision makers.
Clinical Education | Research, Training and Quality Improvement (RTQI)
The Research, Training and Quality Improvement (RTQI) team is responsible for the training and continuing education of East Windsor's EMS Emergency Medical Technicians. Through its quality assurance program, RTQI is also responsible for ensuring that East Windsor EMS consistently delivers superior care to the people of East Windsor. Furthermore, RTQI conducts critical research designed to introduce new treatment protocols and technologies with the goal of advancing pre-hospital emergency medical care.
Emergency Preparedness & Clinical Education Bureau