Randolph Region EMS Corporation To Receive Grant

WASHINGTON – Congressman Tom Reed announced a $59,000 grant to provide the Randolph Region EMS Corporation with a new Road Rescue Ultramedic Ambulance.
“We care about ensuring our first responders have fair access to the resources they need to deliver their vital lifesaving services,” Tom said. “This grant enables the Randolph Regional EMS Corporation to replace an aging ambulance with a newer and more reliable model, ensuring our first responders can keep our community safe.”
“We used this grant to obtain a new ambulance that will be used to provide emergency medical services to Randolph and the surrounding areas,” said David Senn, paramedic and president of the Randolph Regional EMS Corporation. “The ambulance will replace one that’s 10 years old. This ambulance will allow us to provide more reliable service to the community, and we appreciate the opportunity to obtain this vehicle through the USDA Community Facilities Grant Program.”
The Randolph Regional EMS Corporation serves the Town of Randolph and the surrounding communities, providing emergency medical services for over 2,600 residents.