Emergency Services


EMS Director
Bill Cook

Located in the Sporting Hill Station at 295 S. Sporting Hill Road, Mechanicsburg, PA 17050 and in the Good Hope Station at 1200 Good Hope Road, Mechanicsburg, PA 17050.

Phone (717)761-5343 Fax (717)761-0774

  • Educational Tours of the facility
  • Loaner Equipment Canes, wheelchairs, crutches, walkers, etc. Call for information.
  • Ambulance Association Membership Program

Ambulance service or Emergency Medical Services (EMS) is a vital public service. Hampden Township EMS provides emergency medical coverage to the residents and visitors of the township and neighboring communities 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. In 2017, we answered over 3479 calls for help.

The staff includes a variety of specially trained EMS professionals, who engage in many hours of education in order to properly manage all types of emergency medical and trauma-related situations. The EMS Department is licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health and therefore has met the strict guidelines necessary for operation within the Commonwealth.

The operational expenses of the EMS Department are partially funded by Hampden Township. However, the EMS Department receives additional funding from donations, annual family/individual subscriptions and fees for services.

Hampden Township EMS depends on your annual subscriptions to provide a consistently high standard of around-the-clock emergency medical services with the latest equipment. With your support, we can continue to improve service to all of the residents and visitors of the township.

Public Education Programs - Call for information.

Routine Patient Transports

This service is provided by West Shore EMS at a reduced rate and is not covered under Hampden Township's EMS subscription program. West Shore EMS can be reached at (717)763-2108 to schedule a routine patient transport.

Standby Services

Service at sporting events, fairs, etc.

Call for information.

The Hampden Township Volunteer Fire Department also occupies space in the new Emergency Services Building, as well as a second station in the north-central section of the Township.