Western Mass Emergency Medical Services

Equipment Rental

Call the office (413) 586-6065 or email us to reserve any equipment you will need to ensure its availability!

Through the generosity of the Western Regional Homeland Security Training Council, Region 1 has received an allotment of CPR-compliant manikins, AED trainers and related supplies. These items can be used to recertify staff at agencies and/or offer CPR training to your local residents.We also have 2 Z-Medica Wound/Bleeding Control kits for loan-out.

All equipment is available at no cost to Region 1 Agencies/individuals only. All equipment taken out is loaned for a three-day period except by prior arrangement. We may need a copy of your driver's license as part of the rental process. Please return the equipment in good shape, sanitized as necessary and replace any disposables used (if pre-arranged with WMEMS staff--otherwise please inform staff during drop-off if disposables need replacing ). WMEMS reserves the right to charge for replacement costs in the event of loss, destruction or damage to items that are loaned out.

Please note: in the event that a Region 1 agency and a Region 1 individual attempt to reserve an item for the same time period, the agency will take priority. We will notify the individual and assist with alternate arrangements.

Find the most updated list of equipment available to rent HERE!

UPDATE 1/20/2021: On the way and will arrive soon! 2020 AHA Instructor Bundles to borrow.

1 BLS Set (Instructor Manual, Student Manual and Course DVDs)

1 ACLS Set (Instructor Manual, Student Manual and Course DVDs)

1 PALS Set (Instructor Manual Student Manual and Course DVDs)

Western Massachusetts Emergency Medical Services Inc.

168 Industrial Drive, Northampton, MA 01060

M-F 0800-1600 Closed on State/Federal Holidays

Office: 413-586-6065

Fax: 413-586-0947

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