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Sea Isle City Emergency Medical Services

201 John F. Kennedy Boulevard, Sea Isle City, NJ 08243
Mailing Address: 233 JFK Blvd., Sea Isle City, NJ 08243

E.M.S. Chief
Bruce Knoll
Phone 609-263-8686



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Welcome to the City of Sea Isle City - Emergency Medical Services Division webpage. On behalf of the men and women of SICEMS, I’d like to thank you for your interest in our division and the continued support we receive. 

The City of Sea Isle City - Emergency Medical Services Division is a licensed emergency services provider by the New Jersey Department of Health, and the primary emergency medical response provider for the City of Sea Isle City 24-hours a day. 

SICEMS strives to provide the highest level of pre-hospital emergency care to the residents and visitors of Sea Isle City in time of illness or injury. Our agency utilizes state-of-the-art equipment and the highest level of training for our personnel in order to best serve the community.

The City of Sea Isle City staffs a minimum of two (2) certified Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) at all times, with additional staffing added for high-demand times and special events. Additional staffing is requested upon additional calls for service. Units provide response to Sea Isle City, as well as neighboring communities if requested. 

In addition to our emergency response, SICEMS personnel are active in preventive community medicine, providing blood pressure checks and CPR & first aid training to community members. 

The emergency medical field requires our personnel to interact with individuals at their most vulnerable state. Often times, those who request our services may be having the worst moment of their lives, and will trust our personnel with something they wouldn’t even tell their priest. We take this to heart, and strive to provide a calming, efficient service to our patients in their time of need, while maintaining the highest level of patient dignity and confidentiality.

Our personnel are proud to call Sea Isle City home, and we value the opinions of those we serve dearly. Should you have any additional questions or concerns regarding the EMS Division, please feel free to contact me at 609-263-8686 or by email at 


Bruce Knoll, Jr.

Chief of EMS




Wednesday, September 30, 2020 Register