Cumberland Goodwill EMS is announcing full-time openings for EMTs, Paramedics, and one Paramedic Lieutenant! Use our online recruitment system to apply for one of these vacancies.
In October, when many companies will be going Pink for breast cancer awareness, Cumberland Goodwill EMS will turn a slightly different shade. This year, the Station and Events Committee at Cumberland Goodwill has opted to support the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention in the “Out of the Darkness” walk by going green in support of mental health awareness. Mental health services are often overlooked, mental illnesses often stigmatized, and more and more first responders are living with significant mental trauma that we wanted to do something different to show our support for everyone out there who may be struggling. Every year, suicide claims more lives than war, murder, and natural disasters combined. Mental health calls make up a large and growing proportion of the emergencies we respond to every day, and our own people are not immune from the stresses and traumas of the job.
Cumberland Goodwill is honored to have been selected to receive a $37,728 grant in support of equipment for our Community Health Program from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. We also had the pleasure of being joined by Congressman Lou Barletta, State Senator Pat Vance, and Carlisle Regional Medical Center’s Ann Spade and Tracey Rush to announce the award. You can learn more about our Community Health program by visiting it’s dedicated page on our website here.