Three distinct bodies ensure the ongoing success of the agency: Chiefs’ Office, Agency Staff, and the Board of Directors.
Three elected chiefs are responsible for the daily operations and administration of Harpur’s Ferry. To assist in operational management, the chiefs may appoint up to 2 captains and 2 lieutenants.Read More
The Staff is a group of 6 elected student members who oversee specific duties contributing to the operation of the squad. Two staff is divided into operational and administrative officers.Read More
The Board of Directors is a group of advisors that is chaired and co-chaired by the Chief and Deputy Chief. Members of the Binghamton University Community of particular expertise are annually voted onto the BOD.Read More
Harpur’s Ferry is staffed by students certified as EMTs, AEMTs, AEMT-CCs, and Paramedics. We respond to calls for service of all acuity and variety, year-round. Here are some quick facts about our operations:
Harpur’s Ferry operates a variety of vehicles to respond to all of the needs of the Binghamton University Campus and the surrounding community. Here’s a look at our fleet!
Harpur’s Ferry utilizes Type 3 Box ambulances. We currently have 3 ambulances: 7621, 7622, and 7623. Our ambulances are the sole means of patient transport to local facilities.See More
We use two fly-cars, or first response vehicles, to supplement our responding crews and staff special events. The On-Call Officers utilize the fly-cars during their on-call days in order to respond to assist crews quickly and with adequate equipment!See more
Our specially outfitted UTV, Flat-bed Trailer, and Special Operations MCI Trailer are used for special events, the Binghamton University Nature Preserve, and other areas otherwise inaccessible by our ambulances. Responder POVs are utilized for off-duty responses.See More
Providers and Drivers work under the supervision of preceptors, or senior crew members, to develop their skills in real patient care scenarios before they are allowed to practice independently.
Harpur’s Ferry members are exposed to a wide variety of scenario training to develop critical thinking and to prepare them for real patients both before being allowed in the field and to maintain skills during their career at HF.
Providers spend their first semester in HF in the AFAEC class, and members continue their education through continuing education programs to maintain their knowledge and skills.
When 911 is activated, every second counts. Harpur’s Ferry trains with that in mind. The EMTs and Medics arriving to your aid are well equipped to handle your needs thanks to our diverse and rigorous training programs.Learn More