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The Business of Saving Lives

Thursday, July 1, 2010

For more than 20 years, For more than 20 years, Kevin Fuchs has been in the business of saving lives. From the age of 16, as a volunteeer in local communities as an EMT and rescue Technician to working alongside NYC's finest as a Paramedic, Kevin has dedicated his life to helping people. So when he established Fuchs EMS & Medical Transportation Services, a private ambulance and invalid coach provider in Bergen County, servicing the community with an unprecedented level of care and compassion was no stretch of the imagination.

With a motto of "Our greatest asset is our willingness to serve," Fuchs hopes to introduce positive changes, a heightened awareness of newfound respect for the people who unselfishly commit and dedicate themselves to emergency services. Fuchs lives by his motto. He has spent the majority of his life in pursuit of providing prompt, professional and exemplary care that exceeds current standards and practices.

Fully licensed and insured by the NJ State Dept of Health and Senior Services, Fuchs EMS operates 24/7 and is also part of a select few of privately operated EMS providers authorized to respond to 911 calls through Hackensack University Medical Center's MICCOM emergency medical dispatch system. Each vehicle is part of an intricate network allowing the communications hub to monitor each vehicle's location and to dispatch those units and their EMS crews based on the closet proximity of an incoming call, significantly reducing response times to medical emergencies where every second counts.

When it comes to the business of saving lives and helping people, Fuchs EMS & Medical Transportation Services is an example to live by.

201 Magazine July 2010
201 Magazine

Article | by Dr. Radut