Our Monroe EMS Family

Monroe Volunteer Emergency Medical Service provides pre-hospital emergency medical care, advanced life support services, and transportation to definitive medical care facilities to all persons requiring such service within the Town of Monroe and surrounding communities.

“It takes a diverse, dedicated group of people to make up a volunteer EMS Service like this”

–Don Smith, Chief of Service (EOW 2023) 

The volunteer membership takes an active role in community services providing CPR/AED training, first aid stations for special town events and civic groups, school presentations, “Stuff an Ambulance” food drives and first aid awareness for Cub Scout and Girl Scout troops. The service was instrumental in attaining Heart-Safe Community status for the town.

Additionally, MVEMS instructors provide EMT training programs and ongoing continuing education programs for its members.

Yearly call volume:


Our Command Staff

Craig Rosenberg

Chief of Service

Rachel Murphy

Deputy Chief

Steve Shiskin


Keith Hensel


EMS Commission Info

The Town of Monroe has a five person EMS Commission that has the responsibility for establishing policy for the planning, coordination, and administration of an emergency medical services for the Town.

The EMS Commission meets on the last Wednesday of every month at 7pm at Town Hall. Members of the public are welcome to attend.

The current members of the commission are:

  • John Brenna, Chairman
  • Paul L. Resnick, Vice-Chairman
  • Nick Rotundo, Commissioner
  • Peter Oliva, Commissioner
  • Michelle Widdows, Commissioner

Billing Questions

Please direct all billing related questions to our billing company.

Call: 866-427-9988