Become A Member Today!
The Kent & Queen-Anne’s Rescue Squad offers many benefits to our volunteers including free training in Emergency Medical Services, Firefighting & Hazardous Materials. Learn More.
Every role is critical — whether you want to be on the front lines responding when someone calls 911, or behind the scenes keeping the ambulances on the road and the bills paid. Volunteering at the Rescue Squad is worth every minute. So if you’ve ever been curious about what it’s like to serve, now is a great time to find out more.
Our membership shows a diversity that in many ways is representative of our rural community. As might be expected we have members who work in the medical field as paramedics, EMT’s, nurses, and even a physician. The passion these members have for providing care extends from their regular jobs to the volunteer service they provide the community. In addition, we are made up of businessmen and women, teachers and students, skilled trades workers, law enforcement officers, and retirees all serving together for the company and the community.
The Kent & Queen Anne’s Rescue Squad offers free training in Emergency Medical Services, Firefighting & Hazardous Materials.
If you are at least 16 years old and willing to work for your community, then you may want to look into joining the Kent & Queen Anne’s Rescue Squad.
1. Stop by the station on the 1st or 3rd Thursday of the month, anytime after 7 p.m. You can speak with some of the members and pick up an application.
2. Stop by the station anytime before 8 p.m. to speak with one of the career personnel and pick up an application.
If you have any questions, call 410-778-4495, or e-mail us at: [email protected]
If you are interested and would like to stop by and check things out before you make a decision, simply send an email to [email protected] to schedule a meeting for a building walk around, answer questions, and try and help you out to the best of their ability.
The Kent & Queen-Anne’s Rescue Squad thanks you for your interest in becoming a member, and we hope that you become an interested, active, and productive asset to our department.