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Fordham University Emergency Medical Services (FUEMS)


Presently Fordham University EMS holds certification from the New York State Department of Health as a basic life support emergency response agency. Through the utilization of our two ambulances and membership, FUEMS provides fast and effective emergency medical care to the Fordham University community. As a growing agency in a University setting our goals extend beyond just merely providing emergency care but also providing continuing education for our current active members.

  • FUEMS has been recognized by Fordham University United Student Government as "USG CLUB of the Year for 2013-2014."
  • FUEMS most recently has been recognized by Fordham University United Student Government as "USG CLUB of the Month for September 2014" and is back in the running for USG Club of the Year for 2014-2015.

Thank You to all of our members for all of your hard work and dedication!

Serving the Fordham Community Since 1977

We have been proudly serving the Fordham community as an emergency response agency for over 35 years. Please take full advantage of the information and resources we have made available.

In case of emergency, please call 718-817-2222

Interested in Joining?

Do not hesitate to contact us at or call at 718-817-1413. Alternatively you can stop by the EMS office in the basement of Queens Court whenever our lights are on and the door is open.


Come Volunteer with Fordham University EMS

Reasons to Join:

  1. The people you work with are really cool.
  2. It's a great way to jump start your career goals.
  3. You get to help out your fellow student.
  4. You learn a lot about Fordham, the surrounding communities and the medical profession.
  5. It's a great way to meet people.
  6. You can become a New York State Certified EMT for free.
  7. It's fun to volunteer.
  8. Impress your friends by casually throwing around terms like OPA, PCR, and sphygmomanometer.

What are you waiting for? Contact us now!

We are located in the basement of Queen's Court.

You can either call us (x1414) or email us at for more information.

Medical Amnesty Policy and Patient Confidentiality

It is of the utmost importance for everyone in the Rose Hill community to understand Fordham’s medical amnesty policy. This recently adopted policy provides students with the safety of being able to call for help without any fear of being punished for any actions that may have led up to the reason FUEMS was called. Once again, you do not need to fear “getting in trouble” if you call for help, you are protected under the medical amnesty policy! So please do not hesitate to call if your or a friend need immediate medical attention, you are protected!

Secondly it is also very important to grasp our patient confidentiality policy. As per certain HIPPA laws and regulations FUEMS is not allowed to release any information about transportation or care provided unless given the proper consent from a patient. This means that FUEMS will not release information to parents, nor will they attempt or accept contact from parents as medical care is in progress. Also know that you’re safe from “gossip on campus”; HIPPA laws and regulations also mandate that our EMTs are not allowed to disclose any patient information to anyone that was not involved in the call.


Administrative Staff
Usemma Khan, Director
Alexa Letizia, Associate Director
Dylan Garvey, Head of Day Staff
Alexander Vallone, Executive of Keys, Files, and Personnel
Nicole Rojas, Secretary
Nicole First, General Member Liaison

Medical Staff
Li Ying Wei, Chief of Medical Operations
Emily McGovern, Captain | Vehicle Operations Officer
Saige Mitchell, QA/QI Coordinator
Richard Medina, Crew Chief in Training Coordinator
Rumaisa Khan, Training Officer
Jack Rosenfeld, Supplies Officer