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.


  • LCVRS News and Updates
    Public Safety Day
    Public Safety Day

    The Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad, Company 13, celebrated their first Public Safety Day on Saturday June 7 at the Village of Leesburg. The kid-friendly outing featured demonstrations by the Heavy Rescue Squad Truck, Ambulance, and Splinting & Moulage stations. The Loudoun County Sheriffs Office Auxiliary and K-9 Unit “Buddy” showed off his bomb-sniffing and [...]

    April Showers
    April Showers

    The 24th Annual Flower and Garden Festival got underway on Saturday April 26 featuring over 150 vendors. With plenty of food, crafts, and entertainment on hand; the Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad managed to capture the interest of many children and perhaps inspire a few to pursue careers in emergency medicine. Squad members demonstrated equipment [...]

    Firehouse Subs Donation
    Firehouse Subs Donation

    Firehouse Subs Foundation made a sizeable donation to the Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad enabling the squad to purchase a LUCAS Chest Compression System. The device enables first responders to produce quality chest compressions during Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). Applying manual chest compressions during a cardiac arrest is physically exhausting and usually requires several first responders [...]

    Not for the faint of heart
    Not for the faint of heart

    The Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad assisted the Leesburg Volunteer Fire Department during a training exercise at the Loudoun County Fire & Rescue Training Center on Saturday April 12.  The training is vital for firefighters to maintain their skills and important for EMTs to periodically assess the firefighters vital signs throughout the exercise.  Fighting fires [...]

    Changing of the Guard
    Changing of the Guard

    Friday January 3rd marks the end of Jill LaMotte’s tenure as the executive secretary of Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad.  After nine years of tireless service, Jill steps down from one the most important positions at Station 13.  Jill was the front line person to the general public.  She served above and beyond the responsibilities [...]