Giving Back to Our Communities for More Than 50 Years

Cranberry Township Emergency Medical Services (CTEMS) cares for the community. As an independent, professionally staffed nonprofit organization, we provide the highest quality emergency medical care and transport services to the communities of Cranberry Township, Seven Fields, and parts of New Sewickley. We’re here to “answer the call” 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year.

But don’t think of us as just an ambulance service.

We strive to better our communities with first aid and CPR trainings, safety events, prevention programs, wellness checks, and more, all designed to help you and your family live safer and healthier lives.

It’s Another Day

At CTEMS, we believe in making a difference. From emergency medical services to car seat safety checks to wellness checks for the elderly, we do what we do because we care. And because saving a life means another birthday party. Another picnic in the park. Another day with the people you love.

Our services are not tax-funded. CTEMS currently receives very little public assistance and relies heavily on donations and subscriptions to help meet the continually rising costs associated with providing the highest quality emergency medical care and transport.

To learn more about how you can support CTEMS, please click the button below.

How do you thank someone for saving your life?”

Nancy Kunkel suffered a dizzy spell and then went into cardiac arrest. Watch the video to learn more about her amazing story and the EMS personnel who helped save her life.

Latest News

2024 Save-a-Life Saturday Reunites Rescuers and Survivors

Each year, Cranberry Township EMS hosts our Save-a-Life Saturday event.  We use this event to share stories of patients who suffered an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest and the rescue efforts that led to their survival, stressing the importance of community CPR training.  This year, we celebrated eight amazing resuscitation stories, the highest we’ve ever seen. 

To read more of our latest news, click the link below.

Community Events


CPR and First Aid

Public CPR classes are from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm and First Aid classes are 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm. The cost is $45 per course or $85 for both. Classes are held at Cranberry Township EMS.