Prince Frederick Volunteer Rescue Squad - Calvert County Company 4
Prince Frederick Volunteer Rescue Squad

2021 Ambulance Calls
Jan 254
Feb 199
Mar 224
Apr 185
May 210
Jun 261
Total 1333

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Beckie Bradford, July 22

A mammogram is an X-ray picture of the breast. Doctors use a mammogram to look for early signs of breast cancer. Regular mammograms are the best tests doctors have to find breast cancer early, sometimes up to three years before it can be felt.

Luckily, a mammogram saved my life. Make the call. Make the appointment. Take the time.

Regular mammograms are the best tests doctors have to find breast ... (Full Story & Photos)

Tips for Preventing Heat-Related Illness

CDC Centers for Diease Control and Prevention, July 18

Stay Cool, Stay Hydrated, Stay Informed
Wear Appropriate Clothing: Choose lightweight, light-colored, loose-fitting clothing.

Stay Cool Indoors: Stay in an air-conditioned place as much as possible. If your home does not have air conditioning, go to the shopping mall or public library—even a few hours spent in air conditioning can help your body stay cooler when you go back into the heat. Call your ... (Full Story)

Open Air Burning

State Fire Marshals Office:, July 18

Marylanders are reminded of safety and jurisdictional requirements when burning outdoors. Open air burning is defined as a fire where any material is burned in the open or in a receptacle other than a furnace, incinerator, or other equipment connected to a stack or chimney. It also includes other fires such as campfires.

Alternatives to open air burning include: composting, disposal at a local landfill ... (Full Story)


Engineer Art Gillings, July 18

As you read this, our Calvert County Fire-Rescue-EMS providers are well into the summer season. This past year has been very stressful for many of us, but with relaxed pandemic restrictions, we are finally able to get back to some degree of normalcy or what the new normal may begin to look like.

Many citizens have already taken the opportunity to head to the beach or enjoyed social activities with ... (Full Story)

PFVRS thanks our partners!

July 18

The Members of the Prince Frederick Volunteer Rescue Squad would like to thank our partners including but not limited to:
Company 1 North Beach Volunteer Fire Department;
Company 2 Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire Department;
Company 3 Solomons Volunteer Rescue Squad and Fire Department;
Company 5 Dunkirk Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad;
Company 6 Huntingtown Volunteer Fire Department and ... (Full Story)

Patches requested!

Member Tammy Taylor, January 25

The Prince Frederick Volunteer Rescue Squad needs YOUR help!

With our “Patches for Peds” program, we need patches from all over the world to make tapestry quilts to brighten the lives of children battling cancer or chronic terminal illness.

We wish them well and want them to know that they are surrounded by the strength of the heroes of public safety.

Any kind of patches are welcome and much appreciated!

We ... (Full Story & Photos)

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BOD Chairperson Joey Rawlings, August 01

The PFVRS has been given funding by Calvert County to completely renovate our building from the 1960s on Route 4. The building has been demolished and a multi-million dollar building is in the process of being built, with an estimated completion time of 18-24 months.

We are currently located at the following address:

1678 Solomons Island Road South
Prince Frederick, MD 20678

Our temporary telephone ... (Full Story & Photos)

Search and Rescue Drill w/ CC SAR K9 Unit

BOD Chairperson Joey Rawlings, April 25

Yesterday morning, the Prince Frederick Volunteer Rescue Squad teamed up with the Calvert County Search and Rescue K9 Unit and conducted a Search and Rescue Drill at Briscoe Grey Heritage Park in Port Republic, Maryland. The drill revolved around interacting with the K9 search teams in different scenarios, splinting, using the Stokes basket, and backboarding patients. Lunch was provided by the PFVRS ... (Full Story & Photos)

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755 Solomons Island Road S.
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Prince Frederick, MD 20678
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