The German Township Fire & EMS was established in 1966 serving communities across 48 square miles in both Clark and Champaign Counties. The department originated as a volunteer department and has grown to a totally paid department responding to nearly 2,000 emergency calls per year. The staff prides itself in delivering excellent services to the community. Serving today, protecting tomorrow.
German Township is an Approved Ohio State Continuing Education site for EMS Training. EMS Continuing Education is provided each month on the third Monday. The department is an American Heart Association Training Center providing both ACLS and CPR courses to the public. For Information regarding ACLS or CPR classes call 937-964-8994; please leave a message with your contact information.
German Township is continuously looking for new employees to join our department!
Fire training is conducted on the fourth Monday of each month. Training includes fire suppression, fire attack, fire ground operations, rope rescue techniques, water rescue procedures, and trench rescue operations.
We are Serving Today, Protecting tomorrow.
German Township Fire/EMS is once again selling Cancer Awareness shirts in honor of our very own Paramedic Becky Holman, who lost her battle with cancer in 2012, and to benefit Women’s Oncology at OSU’s Cancer Center. Cost, per shirt, is $15 and shirts are available in sizes small, medium, large, xlarge, 2x & 3x. The shirts are navy blue with pink lettering/images. Please call the fire station at 937-964-8994 for more information.
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