Spotsylvania Volunteer Rescue Squad

Spotsylvania Volunteer Rescue Squad

Call Stats
Mon 2016 2017 2018
Jan 306 264 309
Feb 274 231 242
Mar 269 281 277
Apr 292 284 273
May 349 269 298
Jun 312 258 291
Jul 348 326 296
Aug 333 287 294
Sep 264 287
Oct 250 257
Nov 246 257
Dec 292 285
Total 3535 3286 2280



Visitors Today:
481

Visitors Since
January 30, 2007:
1,162,206

 


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SVRS Does Not Do Phone Solicitations

EMT-I Jim Lehnert, August 22

Unfortunately, it's a sign of the times.

SVRS was recently made aware of someone doing phone solicitations, supposedly on our behalf. It's a scam.

SVRS does not, and never has, solicited funds by phone.

We accept donations by mail throughout the year (see the Donate tab to the left). We also do a fund drive by mail once a year. ... (Full Story)


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MCIM I/II Training!

Rescue Chief 1 Kimberly Madison, May 21

Responding to a call with a single patient is an every day occurrence. Even having two patients on scene is not completely uncommon. But what happens when we move into a situation with multiple high acuity patients that exceed the immediate resources that are available? Do you know the proper steps to take control of the scene and who to call for additional resources? Even the most seasoned provider ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Vice-President Bob Morrison, May 26

National EMS Week, is May 21 through May 27, 2017. This year, EMS Week was preceded by several events. The first was the National EMS Memorial Bike Ride originating in Boston, Ma. on May 13 and finishing in Crystal City on May 19. http://www.muddyangels.com/

On Saturday, May 20, The National EMS Memorial Service was held at the Hyatt Regency, Crystal City, Arlington Virginia. Approximately 100 EMS ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Buzz Bob's Beard!

EMT-I Jim Lehnert, March 19

On March 31, IAFF Local 3866 will be holding a fundraiser for Caleb Lambert, a 3 year-old diagnosed with cancer. In addition to a bake sale, SVRS Life Member Bob Morrison has agreed to have his beard shaved with the person making the biggest donation getting first cut. Activities start at 7:00 PM. See that attached flyer for more information.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Students at Kindercare Preschool with Ambulance 4-3!
Students at Kindercare Preschool with Ambulance 4-3!

Visit to Kindercare Preschool

Rescue Chief 1 Kimberly Madison, February 13

Ambulance 4-3 with Meghan Harcourt (AIC) and Amanda Nelson (Driver) paid a visit to Kindercare Preschool. The students were able to take a tour of the ambulance and ask questions. Thanks Meghan and Amanda! ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Quilt Raffle!

EMT-I Jim Lehnert, January 06

SVRS will be holding a raffle for this beautiful quilt on February 14. A local quilting group donated quilts to each of the cancer survivors on the squad, along with one extra for the raffle. The extra will be raffled off with the proceeds going toward the purchase of EMS equipment. There are 200 tickets, $5 each, or 3 for $10. Contact Pat Rumsey at parinky@aol.com to purchase tickets.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Vice President Robert Morrison, August 21

On July 2, 2016, The National EMS Memorial “Tree Of Life” was honorably transported by members of the Chancellor Volunteer Fire and Rescue Honor Guard from its current home in Stafford County to Spotsylvania County. It was displayed during a special "Stars and Stripes" ceremony at the Spotsylvania Merchants Square Pavilion. Chief Monty Willaford, Spotsylvania Fire, Rescue and Emergency Management; ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Thank You Dr. Sambat for your service to Spotsylvania Volunteer Rescue Squad!

Rescue Chief 1 Kimberly Madison, December 15

In 1974 there was a movement in progress to establish a volunteer rescue squad in Spotsylvania County. Much of the preliminary work was being completed, fundraising, purchasing of equipment, making the necessary supplies, and training.

During that same time period there was a young doctor establishing a practice in Spotsylvania. When he became aware of the efforts to establish a rescue squad ... (Full Story & Photos)

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