Norwalk Hospital Emergency Medical Services

Norwalk Hospital Emergency Medical Services (EMS) is the 911 paramedic ambulance provider for the City of Norwalk, Connecticut. In addition, we provide paramedic staffing service to the Towns of New Canaan, Weston, Westport, Wilton and EMT staffing for Wilton Volunteer Ambulance Corp.

Our primary mission is to provide consistent, excellent and compassionate pre-hospital emergency medical care. 

Education and Training

Norwalk Hospital EMS has a robust professional, continuing and community education mission. We are a National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT) Training Center and American Heart Association Training Center and offer EMS classes at Norwalk Hospital in partnership with surrounding agencies. 
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We are actively recruiting EMTs and paramedics. There is currently a $10,000 sign-on bonus for paramedics.
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Contact Us

If you are experiencing a medical emergency, dial 911.

For routine business, call 203-852-3487 or email If you require assistance after normal business hours, call 203-852-2259 for the EMS on-duty supervisor.

Ambulance Billing Inquiries

For patient care ambulance reports, complete and sign the Authorization for Release of Information form and fax (203) 899-5300 or email

Questions? Call (203) 852-2320 Monday through Friday 8 am - 4 pm.



Norwalk Hospital Emergency Medical Services Leadership Team

Aaron Katz, MHS, EMS-I, Paramedic
EMS Director

Jason Fischel, MD, MPH, FACEP, FAEMS
EMS Medical Director

Robert Storck, MPA, EMS-I, NREMT-P
EMS Educator/Clinical Coordinator

EMS Supervisors 

Anthony Kolaric
Paramedic – Special Event Coverage

Christopher Neary
Paramedic – Vehicles

Lynn Ryder

Paramedic – Scheduling, School Outreach

Wesley Yllanes
Paramedic – Equipment and Supplies

History of Norwalk Hospital Emergency Medical Services

Norwalk Hospital has provided ambulance service to the city of Norwalk since 1893. We are proud of our many “firsts”. Among them are:

  • 1893
    First hospital-based ambulance service in Connecticut.
  • 1988
    First paramedics in Fairfield County to carry intraosseous devices.
  • 1991
    First paramedic service in Connecticut to carry paralytics for airway management.
  • 1993
    First paramedic service in Fairfield County to routinely perform 12-lead ECGs.
  • 2018
    First emergency medical service agency in Connecticut to use antibiotics for open fractures.