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Three types of volunteer opportunities

We utilize Texas certified EMS personnel to staff our Mobile Intensive Care Units as they provide 911 emergency service to those in need. Anyone who possesses a current Texas Department of Health EMS Certification (any level) may apply for volunteer membership. Once you become a member we ask that you contribute by riding at least two 11-12 hour shifts per month.

How to Become a CCEMS Medical Volunteer  

Step 1:  Complete an application.

Download this form and fill it out.

Volunteer Membership Application

Then:

Drop off in person—7111 Five Forks, Spring, Texas 77379
Fax it —281-655-0414
or send it by Email—hpichette@ccems.com

Step 2:  Attend an orientation class.

All volunteers whether medical or non medical MUST attend the orientation class.  The class is a one day 4 hour class held at  the Charles R Hooks Education Center at 7111 Five Forks, Spring, Texas 77379.

Step 3:  Complete Introductory Shifts

Successfully complete at least (6) eleven hour Introductory shifts with a medical Mentor at CCEMS.  Introductory Candidates will have 30-90  days to complete their shifts.  After successful completion of appropriate paperwork and shifts, the Introductory candidate will have an opportunity to become a  Member Volunteer.

Step 4 : Maintain Membership

As a Medical Member,  active membership is equal to a minimal of 22hrs/month.

Not all of our staffing opportunities require prior medical training. Many of our volunteers contribute as non-medical drivers. This valuable position helps fulfill critical staffing needs and frees additional medically trained personnel to focus on patient care. To meet insurance requirements, non-medical drivers must be at least 25 years of age and possess an insurable driving record. Specialized training will be provided. Once you become a member we ask that you contribute by riding at least two 11-12 hour shifts per month.

All CCEMS drivers (whether Medical or Non-Medical) must complete the CCEMS OEV (Operations of an Emergency Vehicle) training class. This class is 7 hrs long.

How to Become a CCEMS Non-Medical Volunteer Driver

Step 1:  Complete an application.

You can fill out the online form or you can download the form and fill it out.

Drop off in person—7111 Five Forks, Spring, Texas 77379
Fax—281-655-0414
Email—hpichette@ccems.com

Step 2:  Attend an orientation class.

All volunteers whether medical or non medical MUST attend the orientation class.  The class is a one day 9 hour class held at  the Charles R Hooks Education Center at 7111 Five Forks, Spring, Texas 77379.

Step 3:  Pass Background Check and Driving Record

For insurance reasons, all driver candidates must pass a background check AND a driving record check.

Step 4:  Complete 1 Hour Hands On Ambulance Driving orientation

This is a one on one dedicated time with a CCEMS Driver Trainer. It includes ambulance overview externally and internally as well as on the road training and practice.

Step 5: Complete Introductory Shifts

Complete at least (6) eleven hour shifts with a Driver Mentor at CCEMS.  Candidates will have 30-90  days to complete their shifts.  After successful completion of appropriate paperwork and shifts, Introductory candidate will have an opportunity to become a  Member Volunteer.

Step 6 : Maintain Membership

As a Non-Medical Driver,  active membership is equal to a minimal of 22hrs/month.

Our CPR program has grown from training dozens to hundreds of people each year. CPR saves lives, and with your help we can get this valuable training to more people. Anyone with, or qualified to earn, a current AHA CPR Instructor certification can be part of our growing community education program. Course availability is frequent and there are even opportunities to lead your own regularly scheduled class.

Application For Volunteer Membership

Please download the application below, open it with Adobe Acrobat, print it and fill it out.  You can send the completed application by fax or scan it for sending by email. (Fax number and email are contained in the application document)

Volunteer Benefits

Cypress Creek EMS is dedicated to providing a rewarding atmosphere for the volunteers who make a difference in our organization. To help achieve this, the organization provides several benefits. The more subjective benefits such as state of the art equipment, aggressive treatment therapies, open protocols, and the opportunity to practice your skills in a supportive environment help provide a positive experience within the organization.

Uniform

Upon successful completion of the introductory program, CCEMS provides each new member with two red uniform shirts (with the CCEMS shoulder emblem) and a pair of black “medic” style uniform pants.

Insurance

Cypress Creek EMS provides all active members with worker’s compensation style insurance coverage in case of duty related illness or injury.

Education

Educational Scholarships are available for CCEMS’ EMT Basic and Paramedic classes. In addition, free continuing education is available through the Charles R. Hooks Education Center.

Cypress Creek EMS
7111 Five Forks
Spring, Texas 77379
281-378-0800

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