Emergency Medical RESCUE Of NYC

NYC's First Volunteer BLS-D First Response Unit

Segway Response Team

Emergency Medical RESCUE of New York City recently acquired several Segway HT's,
which are fully stocked with Basic Life Support equipment and defibrillators.
 The images below are from some of the events we have operated at since placing the Segways in service in July, 2008.
Feel free to contact us if you could use our services at your next special event.

This is the first utilization of medically equipped Segway HT units for emergency medical response in New York City.

EMR*NYC wishes to thank L.T. Lucent Tactical and Segway Of Utah for their help in equipping our new response Segways.

We would also like to thank Segway Of Annapolis and MTO Battery in helping us to keep the Segways in service.


New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg meets with our crew at Cunningham Park, and chats about Segways in New York City.

New York State Senator Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr., joins our crew at the Diabetes Walk in Howard Beach, Queens, in May 2009.


New York Daily News article about EMR*NYC's use of Segways.

Fresh Meadows Times article about EMR*NYC providing medical standby at Cunningham Park .


Chief Grillo, recently certified by Segway as a
Level 1 & 2 Service Technician, working on a Segway.

Field testing the Lucent Tactical Emergency Rescue Stretcher.


One of EMR*NYC's Segway i2's in front of the Unisphere in Flushing Meadow Park equipped with a Lucent Tactical shield.

EMR*NYC participating in NYC Summer Streets program in Manhattan.

EMR*NYC Segway unit in Flushing Meadow Park during the US Open.

Above is a closeup of the BLS equipment and defibrillator carried in each Segway.

Segway in use at the Duck Curry Competition, Aug. 31, 2008, at Floyd Bennett Field, Gateway NRA, Brooklyn, NY.

Segways in use at the "Back To The Beach" event, Aug. 16 & 17, 2008, Staten Island, NY.

Segways in use at our first event, Philharmonic Concert Series at St. John's University, Queens, NY, Wed. July 30, 2008.

Segways at the NYPD Command Post at the "Back To The Beach" event, Staten Island, NY.

After a long day at the Duck Curry Festival, the Segways get a "lift" back to EMR Headquarters.

Staten Island Volunteer Parks Department ATV EMS Team, EMR Segway Response Team,
and Staten Island CERT Team take a break at the "Back To The Beach" event, Staten Island, NY.


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