The Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad

  • Our Mission: The Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad (LCVRS) is proud to serve Loudoun County with professional, award-winning delivery of emergency medical services. We are committed to provide timely, high quality, cost efficient service to all our citizens with our talented, professional staff. With the community's support, LCVRS will continue to offer innovative, technologically advanced solutions to meet and exceed the needs of our neighbors well into the new millennium.
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    LCVRS Strategic Plan 2015-2020

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    LCVRS News and Updates
    Helping Neighbors
    Helping Neighbors

    The Bank of Charles Town (BCT) opened their newest branch at 446 Madison Trade Plaza SE Leesburg, just around the corner from the Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad and demonstrated how their success depends largely on staying connected to the local community. BCT’s donation helps first responders manage the operational needs of the squad and […]

    Kids of all ages
    Kids of all ages

    National EMS Week would not be complete without Loudoun Rescue’s Open House. Volunteers, Auxiliary members, and Career Staff pitched in to make the annual tradition a fun event for all. Activities included CPR demonstrations, ambulance tours, a 911 Simulator, the Leesburg Police Dept. motorcycle and Sally the explosive-sniffing dog. Loudoun Rescue was proud to connect […]

    Spring Fever
    Spring Fever

    The 29th Annual Flower and Garden Festival provided a great opportunity to enjoy beautiful weather, tasty food, local entertainment and unique artwork; not to mention the plants and flowers available for anyone with a green thumb. The dedicated volunteers of the Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad, Station 613, were once again on hand making sure […]

    Banking Partners
    Banking Partners

    Cyber Monday turned out to be a profitable day when John Marshall Bank presented the squad with a generous donation. William T. McGowan, Branch Manager and Carol F. Del Pilar, Assistant Branch Manager presented the check to Jody Rosas and Dave Galen. As a volunteer, non-profit organization; the Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad depends on […]

    “Be Afraid…Be Very Afraid”
    “Be Afraid…Be Very Afraid”

    The 62nd Annual Kiwanis Halloween Parade would not be complete without kids of all ages. In addition to ambulance units and Canteen 613, the Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad was proud to display a float decorated by the Squad Auxiliary. Children of squad members distributed candy to onlookers as they paraded down King Street. Participating […]