Campbell County Rescue Squad

Campbell County Rescue Squad Campbell County Rescue Squad is a volunteer EMS agency located in Campbell County, Virginia. Serving Bedford & Campbell Counties Since 1962
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If you would like to make a donation, please mail your donations to: P.O. Box 4123 Lynchburg Va 24502. Thank you for your support

Have we mentioned how much we love being so close to Mister Goodies? 🍦❤️
07/15/2020

Have we mentioned how much we love being so close to Mister Goodies? 🍦❤️

Happy Monday from CCRS!! Debbie & Hunter are busy checking off the first due truck this afternoon. Before every shift, t...
07/06/2020

Happy Monday from CCRS!! Debbie & Hunter are busy checking off the first due truck this afternoon. Before every shift, the crew is expected to make sure the ambulance has anything & everything that could possibly be needed on board & not expired. 👍🏽

06/25/2020
Hero CPR

Have we mentioned how easy CPR can be?? 😜 LEARN IT.

The word is getting out and everyone is learning CPR. Its so easy even a bear can do it.

06/22/2020
Dads With Lightning Fast Reflexes Compilation

Happy Father’s Day from CCRS!! We are grateful for all the dads who are there to always fearlessly walk through stores in capes alongside their little ones, wipe away the countless tears, pick us up after we meet the floor in all phases of life, & sometimes catch us before we actually find the floor. Hope everyone had a good day celebrating!

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=IpBExGIiO2M

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The crew on tonight was doing a little practice with some life-saving equipment tonight. For those who know what this do...
06/16/2020

The crew on tonight was doing a little practice with some life-saving equipment tonight. For those who know what this does, don’t worry we didn’t start it. 😉

On this last day of May, we wanted to honorour final graduate, Debbie! Debbie began volunteering with CCRS in October of...
06/01/2020

On this last day of May, we wanted to honor
our final graduate, Debbie! Debbie began volunteering with CCRS in October of 2019. She has brought a wealth of knowledge to our squad with her previous Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Liberty University. We call her our “mental health whisperer.” While volunteeting, she has been pursuing her Associate’s degree in Nursing from Centra College of Nursing. This past May, she graduated from CCON & plans to take the NCLEX some time over the next few months. Debbie accepted a job in a Neuro ICU & we are so proud of her!! Congratulations Debbie!

We know it’s late, but we have a graduate that we want to recognize today! Noah began volunteering with CCRS in January....
05/31/2020

We know it’s late, but we have a graduate that we want to recognize today! Noah began volunteering with CCRS in January. While volunteering, Noah was also finishing his senior year of high school at Liberty Christian Academy (LCA). He is our youngest volunteer (soon-to-be member) at the young age of 18 years old. Noah’s future plans include attending Liberty University in the fall to pursue a Bachelor’s in Biomedical Science. Like many seniors, Noah’s senior year was unfortunately cut short. We wanted to take a minute though to say how proud we are of him & his accomplishments!

Our next graduate that we want to honor is Sarahi! Sarahi has been a part of CCRS since August of 2019. She became an EM...
05/29/2020

Our next graduate that we want to honor is Sarahi! Sarahi has been a part of CCRS since August of 2019. She became an EMT to serve her local community. Originally from the beautiful country of Honduras, she came to Lynchburg to attend Liberty University for her undergrad. After achieving her Bachelor’s in Public Health, she decided to go back to school for her Master’s in Epidemiology which she completed this May. Her future plans are to join the Air Force in the fall & work in the public health field dealing with infectious disease. Congratulations Sarahi! We are so proud of you!!

Can you believe that May is almost over?! Over these next few days, we wanted to recognize four more graduates who are p...
05/28/2020

Can you believe that May is almost over?! Over these next few days, we wanted to recognize four more graduates who are part of CCRS. Today, we are celebrating Irina!

Irina is an EMT-B & a probate who has been volunteering with CCRS since January. Since she could walk, she said that she always knew she wanted to work in a field that helps people. Irina graduated with a Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice from the University of Lynchburg. For Irina, she’s not quite ready to quit school just yet. She hopes to go back to school to pursue becoming an ER nurse or becoming a paramedic in her community. Irina, know that your CCRS family is so very proud of you & your hard work!

Happy Wednesday from four of our wonderful probates!! GUESS WHAT! The CCRS Auxiliary will be hosting a blood drive on Ju...
05/27/2020

Happy Wednesday from four of our wonderful probates!! GUESS WHAT! The CCRS Auxiliary will be hosting a blood drive on June 5th @ CCRS! Be on the look out for more event information to be posted later today! We hope to see you all there!

In honor of Memorial Day, CCRS is encouraging our community to join us in taking a moment of silence to remember the men...
05/25/2020

In honor of Memorial Day, CCRS is encouraging our community to join us in taking a moment of silence to remember the men and women who have paid the ultimate sacrifice. Let us remember today & every day after to never take our freedom for granted.

05/24/2020
ABC 13 - WSET

Today, we were honored with the opportunity to celebrate WWII Navy Veteran Chief McConn on his 95th birthday! Chief, we will never be able to say thank you enough for your service. CCRS can NOT stress it enough how beyond thankful we are for the men and women who have served, are currently serving, and have paid the ultimate price for our freedom. See if you can find our crew in EMS 2, comment a happy birthday message to Chief McConn, & let us know if you have served or are currently serving. 🇺🇸

Debbie, Tristan, Missy, & Isaac are helping make signs for a couple of planned appearances that CCRS will be making this...
05/20/2020

Debbie, Tristan, Missy, & Isaac are helping make signs for a couple of planned appearances that CCRS will be making this weekend. You tell us - are they hardly working or working hard?

05/18/2020
National EMS Week: Thank you to the first responders, EMTs and paramedics for shining the light.

Happy National EMS week!! We are thankful for companies like Stryker that allow us to be our very best & be light in the midst of our patient’s worst day. We love our crew & their willingness to serve their community selflessly. We also wanted to say thank you to the multiple agencies we have the privilege of serving alongside throughout our community & the surrounding areas: Campbell County Department of Public Safety, Bedford County Department of Fire & Rescue, Centra One, Goode Volunteer Rescue Squad, Forest Fire Department, Concord Rescue Squad, Lynchburg Fire Department, Appomattox County Rescue Squad, & so many others!!

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=_PWKziVYJnY&feature=youtu.be

Emergency care workers shine a light on even the darkest of days. Thank you for fighting, for caring and for giving us a reason to hope. #NationalEMSWeek

Happy Mother’s Day!! CCRS is incredibly thankful for the women that we call mom, our squad moms, & the moms who serve in...
05/10/2020

Happy Mother’s Day!! CCRS is incredibly thankful for the women that we call mom, our squad moms, & the moms who serve in our auxiliary. 🌷

On behalf of CCRS, we wanted to say a big CONGRATS to our former member, Andrew. Andrew had been with CCRS for two years...
05/09/2020

On behalf of CCRS, we wanted to say a big CONGRATS to our former member, Andrew. Andrew had been with CCRS for two years. As an LU student from Texas, he invested his time into volunteering with CCRS, Altavista Rescue, and with Company 15. His desire to help others & use the gifts he has been given is something he displayed every shift. Today, he is graduating from LU with a Master’s degree in Business Administration. His post-graduation plans include continuing to serve his community by getting
into the police academy and working as a police officer and working in a project management role. Due to Covid-19, he moved back to TX early, but we wanted to honor him on his special day. Andrew, we are thankful for you & your years of service! Know how missed you are & that you are always welcome at Squad 2.

Happy National Nurses Day!! Today, we wanted to take a minute to celebrate the 2 RN’s, 1 LPN, 1 who just graduated nursi...
05/06/2020

Happy National Nurses Day!! Today, we wanted to take a minute to celebrate the 2 RN’s, 1 LPN, 1 who just graduated nursing school, & 1 in nursing school serving on our squad! We are thankful for the men & women who chose this profession!! You all make us so proud!!

The crew on tonight just wanted to extend a great big THANK YOU to Carol & the staff at Arby's on Candlers Mountain Rd f...
05/05/2020

The crew on tonight just wanted to extend a great big THANK YOU to Carol & the staff at Arby's on Candlers Mountain Rd for their kindness & dinner for tonight & the rest of the week!! We are incredible thankful for the love & support! ❤️

04/30/2020

The crew on yesterday took some time to dance it out while at the crew hall. We love our providers...& their attempts to tik tok. Did they do it right? Let us know in the comments. 😂

All smiles here! Sorry - we’ve been MIA lately, but our crew on today just wanted to take a minute to say hello & thank ...
04/20/2020

All smiles here! Sorry - we’ve been MIA lately, but our crew on today just wanted to take a minute to say hello & thank you for all the support. We are grateful to have the opportunity to serve our communities during these tough times.

A big THANK YOU to June Leffke for being willing to visit with us & other members of the EMS community. She spoke on the...
02/22/2020

A big THANK YOU to June Leffke for being willing to visit with us & other members of the EMS community. She spoke on the topic of documentation and the importance of it. Thanks to all that came out and participated!

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In honor of Valentine's Day, we wanted to recognize two of our own, the Tinsleys. Amanda and Taylor are Lynchburg locals...
02/14/2020

In honor of Valentine's Day, we wanted to recognize two of our own, the Tinsleys. Amanda and Taylor are Lynchburg locals. In 2016, Amanda began volunteering with CCRS. For Amanda, volunteering allowed her the opportunity to interact and serve her community in a unique way. In 2018, Taylor decided to begin volunteering alongside his girlfriend (at the time 😉). For Taylor and Amanda, volunteering with CCRS was and continues to be a way to serve the community they grew up in. For them as a couple, it also continues to be a special thing they get to be a part of together. This past October, Amanda and Taylor officially tied the knot. Check out the beautiful photo below of the two lovebirds exiting their wedding in the back of an ambulance! On behalf of all of CCRS, we wanted to wish you all a happy Valentine's Day! ❤️

Did you know that CCRS also responds to calls in Bedford county? Early this morning, one of our crews assisted with an M...
02/09/2020

Did you know that CCRS also responds to calls in Bedford county? Early this morning, one of our crews assisted with an MVA in our first due. Special shout-out to the fire, EMS, and police personnel of Bedford county who were on the scene — each member did an incredible job. We are thankful to work alongside y’all every day.

Engine 51, Rescue 5, Command 5, Utility 5, Brush 5 cut one out in the first due this morning at 811/221. Campbell County Public Safety, Medic 145 and County 10 handled patient care, Medic 145 transported one with non-life-threatening injuries. #forestvolunteers

02/02/2020
Need CE hours in Operations? We got you! 😉Join us February 20th from 7-9 PM! Open to all agencies & EMS personnel for fr...
01/28/2020

Need CE hours in Operations? We got you! 😉Join us February 20th from 7-9 PM! Open to all agencies & EMS personnel for free.

Take a peak at the special night we had celebrating CCRS with friends and family! Thank you to all who made the night so...
01/26/2020

Take a peak at the special night we had celebrating CCRS with friends and family! Thank you to all who made the night so special!

Special shout-out to these members who went above and beyond this past year:
Top Call Runners for CCRS: 1.) C. Mccray, 2.) J. Soward, 3.) E. Martin, 4.) A. Hoster, & 5.) S. Coleman ----

Rookie of the Year: M. Bryant ----

Crew Member of the Year: E. Martin ----

Officer of the Year: C. McCray ----

Congratulations to all! Thank you for being a part of CCRS & serving the communities of Campbell & Bedford!

Take a peak at the special night we had celebrating CCRS with friends and family! Thank you to all who made the night so special!

Special shout-out to these members who went above and beyond this past year:
Top Call Runners for CCRS: 1.) C. Mccray, 2.) J. Soward, 3.) E. Martin, 4.) A. Hoster, & 5.) S. Coleman ----

Rookie of the Year: M. Bryant ----

Crew Member of the Year: E. Martin ----

Officer of the Year: C. McCray ----

Congratulations to all! Thank you for being a part of CCRS & serving the communities of Campbell & Bedford!

At CCRS, we are thankful to have the opportunity to work alongside incredible agencies within the Campbell and Bedford c...
01/22/2020

At CCRS, we are thankful to have the opportunity to work alongside incredible agencies within the Campbell and Bedford communities.

Company 5 responded to the reported first due house fire late this morning. Engine 51 arrived to find fire throughout a second story bedroom with attic extension in progress. The crew made an aggressive interior attack, fire was contained to the bedroom with moderate extension into the attic. #forestvolunteers

Also on the assignment was Bedford Fire Department, Brookville-Timberlake Volunteer Fire Department, Boonsboro Volunteer Fire & Rescue Company, Medic 145, Medic 146, Campbell County Rescue Squad, County 3 and County 10. Great work by all who responded, we are grateful to have such incredible departments working beside us.

On Sunday, January 19th, the crew, families, and friends of CCRS met together at the Crown Sterling to enjoy a delicious...
01/21/2020

On Sunday, January 19th, the crew, families, and friends of CCRS met together at the Crown Sterling to enjoy a delicious meal, celebrate outstanding members, and install our new officers. Here's to a new year & making 2020 the best yet for CCRS!! Stay tuned for pictures from the night!

Meet six of our incredible probates! At CCRS, all new volunteers go through a six month probationary period that involve...
01/17/2020

Meet six of our incredible probates! At CCRS, all new volunteers go through a six month probationary period that involves a skills check-off sheet. At the end of those six months, members will have the opportunity to vote to welcome them into the squad. If you’re interested in joining in on all the fun, visit Campbellcountyrescue.com!

Happy Saturday!! Today, we wanted to take a minute to celebrate one of our own on her birthday! Elizabeth has been volun...
01/12/2020

Happy Saturday!! Today, we wanted to take a minute to celebrate one of our own on her birthday! Elizabeth has been volunteering with CCRS since October of 2017. She is a Lynchburg local who graduated from LU with a Bachelor's degree in Biomedical Sciences and a minor in piano performance. Recently, we had to say a sad "see ya later" to her as she pursues her dream of becoming a PA in another city. Join us in wishing her a happy birthday & a big good luck as she starts classes on Monday! We will miss you, but know your CCRS family is proud of you & your accomplishments!

Happy New Year from all of us at the Campbell County Rescue Squad!!
01/01/2020

Happy New Year from all of us at the Campbell County Rescue Squad!!

Campbell County Rescue Squad
12/30/2019

Campbell County Rescue Squad

Stay safe & Merry Christmas!
12/23/2019

Stay safe & Merry Christmas!

Thanks Santa & Mrs. Claus for stopping by Squad 2’s Christmas Party! Merry Christmas Everyone & Happy Holidays✨
12/20/2019

Thanks Santa & Mrs. Claus for stopping by Squad 2’s Christmas Party!

Merry Christmas Everyone & Happy Holidays✨

Address

155 Rainbow Forest Dr
Lynchburg, VA
24502

General information

On December 28, 1962, the Campbell County Rescue Squad, Inc. was issued a charter by the State Corporation Commission. The Registered Agent Directors that comprised the initial Board of Directors as incorporates were Frank H. Godsey, Thomas Taylor and Richard Smith. Once the Campbell County Rescue Squad, Inc. formed a crew, they started answering calls in mid-February, 1963. The first crew of the Campbell County Rescue Squad, Inc. consisted of fourteen members, thirteen of whom were: Frank Godsey, Fred Lamonds, Richard Smith, Thomas Taylor, Otis Godsey, Reggie Williams, Bill Taylor, Reggie Brown, Otis Maxey, Dave Carnes, Wayne Pulliam, Joe Carderelli, and H.E. Collins. Our Main Station #1 is located on Rainbow Forest Drive. CCRS also has two (2) satellite stations. Station #1 equipment consists of 4 ambulances, 2 crash trucks, a response car, and a fully stocked Mass Casualty Incident trailer. Station #3 houses 1 Ambulance. Station #4 houses 1 Ambulance and several rescue boats.

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I want to thank the Auxiliary volunteers that handed me a Christmas Card during my visit to the Salem VA Hospital. It put a smile on my face.
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