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Since 1972, the Harvard Ambulance Service has provided skilled emergency care and hospital transport to anyone within the town confines who becomes injured or suddenly ill. We respond 24 hours a day, every day, to any and every situation. Our squad is composed entirely of volunteers EMTs.

HAS offers qualified adult results 18 years and older the opportunity to take EMT-Basic training, paid for by Harvard Ambulance. No previous medical experience is necessary. The training consists of roughly 140 hours of classroom education and skills development and culminates in two state examinations. Knowledgeable and experienced instructors, coupled with the squad’s commitment to helping cadets learn by doing, have consistently produced a high pass rate on the state exams.

Class begin Sept. 9 in the Harvard Public Safety building,, 40 Ayer Road, Harvard. If you would like more information, please check the HAS website, www.harvardems.org, email director@harvardEMS.org or call 978-456-4110.

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