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When you call 911, your call is routed to a Public Safety Answering Point where a trained dispatcher will ask you a series of questions to determine what assistance you need. Depending on your answers, the dispatcher may send police, fire, ambulance, rescue, paramedics, hazmat, a helicopter or some combination of them.
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If the incident for which you are requesting a Call Report occurred before May 1995, please send a subpoena requesting the report to:
Board of DirectorsParamus Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Inc.295 E Midland AvenueParamus, NJ 07652-5594
If the incident for which you are requesting a Call Report occurred after April 1995, please send a subpoena requesting the report to:
Borough ClerkBorough of Paramus1 Jockish Square WestParamus, NJ 07652-2771
Effective July 7, 2002, the New Jersey Open Public Records Act (OPRA) took effect. Please contact the Borough of Paramus to determine if the records you need are available under OPRA.
You should download and complete our Emergency Medical Information Form (PDF). This form lists the questions we will ask you on nearly every call. Please try to have the form available for us. You will also find this form useful for a doctor's visit or a hospital visit, because they will generally ask you the same questions.
In addition, please try to have your medical insurance information handy. We will generally ask you for the name of your insurance company, the address, and the policy number. We will also ask for your telephone number, your Social Security number, and your Medicare or Medicaid number. For motor vehicle accidents we also will ask for your motor vehicle insurance information.
Contact Milton N Kohlmann, Chief, Paramus Emergency Medical Service.
Please contact Sandi Gunderson, Deputy EMS Coordinator, with any billing questions.
Please contact the Paramus Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Inc., a separate organization, at 201-262-1109 for assistance.
Paramus EMS does not provide these services, but we can refer you to the Paramus Volunteer Ambulance Corps for further assistance, or you can call them directly at 201-262-1109 or 201-649-0761. Many of our employees are members of the Paramus Volunteer Ambulance Corps.