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Emergency Contact Information

In case of an emergency, call 911


Ambulance:
Smithfield Township is served by Bushkill Emergency Corps and Suburban Emergency Medical Services
The Bushkill Emergency Corps contact is Debbie Kulick, who can be reached at 570 223-1906, the Corps’s business office number. The Suburban EMS contact is Barry Albertson,  at 610-923-7500.  Bushkill Emergency Corps services most of Smithfield Township, except the area near Route 611 and the Borough of Delaware Water Gap, which is served by Suburban EMS. 

Fire:
Smithfield is served by three volunteer- staffed Fire Companies, Marshall's Creek Fire Company, Delaware Water Gap Fire Company, and Shawnee Fire Company. They each have designated coverage areas.Marshalls Creek Fire Chief is Joe Luisi Jr., phone 570-982-4152. Marshalls Creek meets and drills on Tues nights at 7:00 pm. Shawnee Fire Chief is Donald Fuller, phone 570-476-0736. Shawnee meets and drills on Tues nights at 7:00pm. Delaware Water Gap Fire Chief is Brad Miller, phone 570-476-0092. DWG meets and drills on Monday nights at 7:00 pm. 

Hospital: 
Pocono Medical Center is located on East Brown Street in East Stroudsburg, PA. General Information 570-476-3367, Main Switchboard 570-421-4000. Established in 1915 as "General Hospital", Pocono Medical Center is an acute, not-for-profit community hospital, fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.

Mental Health:
Carbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Mental Retardation promotes an environment where all community members receive the supports that they need to be self-sufficient and to maintain a high quality of life in a community that fosters resiliency and embraces recovery. Monroe County Offices are at 730A Phillips Street, Stroudsburg, PA 18360, 570-420-1900, 8:30 am- 4:30 pm. 

Police:
Police protection is provided by Pennsylvania State Police at Swiftwater, phone 570- 839-7701. Swiftwater Barracks are located on Route 611 in Swiftwater, PA. 

Animals left in cars

If someone sees an animal suffering in such a situation, the next number to call, after 911, is the animal cruelty hotline at 866-601-7722.