Prince George County Fire and EMS

Prince George County Fire and EMS Providing quality service through the dedication of our people.
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Operating as usual

02/05/2021
02/03/2021
Thank you to Lowe's Home Improvement for their kind donation of 1000 n95 masks to help keep all of our first responders ...
02/03/2021

Thank you to Lowe's Home Improvement for their kind donation of 1000 n95 masks to help keep all of our first responders safe!

02/02/2021
01/31/2021

We are seeing multiple cars in ditches throughout the county as snow totals continue to rise this morning. If you must go out, please be safe and drive slow.

Colonial Heights Fire, EMS & Emergency Management
01/30/2021

Colonial Heights Fire, EMS & Emergency Management

Well if you hadn’t heard by now, our area is forecasted to get some snowfall! ☃️❄️

Take today to make sure you are prepared! When the roads start to get slick or snow covered don’t go out unless it’s necessary to give crews time to plow, salt, and scrape the roads. Make sure you have the essentials at home like batteries, flashlights, phone chargers, of course food, and your medications.

Check on your neighbors especially if they are elderly or need other assistance.

Keep ANYTHING flammable at least 3 feet from heaters and never leave candles burning unattended!

Try and have some safe fun and maybe show off the mittens you got over the holidays!

📸: Mountain Creek New Jersey

Prince George Fire and EMS is proud to present our newest member to the Fleet, Medic 109 which will be located at statio...
01/15/2021

Prince George Fire and EMS is proud to present our newest member to the Fleet, Medic 109 which will be located at station 5.

Today, we were able to place our new Medic 5 in service. Medic 5 and Engine 5, out of Jefferson Park, are staffed by 2 Professional Firefighter-Medics 24/7/365. We want to thank the Board members of Prince George County, Va. for their support in purchasing the new medic. We look forward to using our new equipment to better serve the citizens and visitors of Prince George!

One team.
01/10/2021

One team.

Members from DVFD presented gift cards to the shift commander and our emergency operation dispatchers to thank them for their dedication and service to our community.

#LawEnforcementAppreciationDay

Disputanta Vol. Fire Dept.
12/31/2020

Disputanta Vol. Fire Dept.

Tonight, members of Disputanta Volunteer Fire and Rescue spent countless hours cleaning, detailing, and reorganizing our Heavy Rescue.

Rescue 2 is the only Rescue in Prince George County that responds across the county for any vehicle accidents with possible patients trapped, structural collapses or any Technical Rescue Incidents. Keeping our Rescue clean and ready for service is one of our top priorities at DVFD. Thank you to the citizens of of Prince George County and the local Disputanta community for the constant love and support. We are a department by the people, for the people. #combatreadyfirefighters

Merry Christmas from our family to yours!
12/25/2020

Merry Christmas from our family to yours!

Disputanta Vol. Fire Dept.
12/19/2020

Disputanta Vol. Fire Dept.

Today Disputanta Volunteer Fire and Rescue landed @aireagle for Prince George counties EMT-B class at crater criminal justice academy.

11/25/2020
SOUTHEASTERN SPECIALTY VEHICLES
11/24/2020

SOUTHEASTERN SPECIALTY VEHICLES

Prince George County EMS in Virginia just took receipt of this Life Line Type I Superliner ambulance; adding another Life Line Emergency Vehicle unit to their fleet

Southeastern Specialty Vehicles is proud to have them as one of our customers.

Some special layout features to the unit is the forward design of the side entry door and the modified ALS cabinet that also doubles as a workstation counter in close access to the attendant seat. A custom fabricated cooling cabinet by Southeastern Specialty Vehicles houses a Hoseline cooling system at the forward bulkhead wall. LED emergency/load lights are located in the Life Line crash rail for added illumination.

Southeastern Specialty Vehicles Virginia sales rep Matthew Tyler worked with Prince George County on this sale.

Prince George County, again thank you for your business. We look forward to working with you again very soon.

Prince George Fire and EMS has received some much needed new equipment this week and are preparing to place the items in...
11/13/2020

Prince George Fire and EMS has received some much needed new equipment this week and are preparing to place the items in service. These 7 new Zoll X series Cardiac Monitors are critical life saving tools that will be used on our front line response vehicles. In addition we will be placing powerload stretchers on our ambulances which assist in lifting the patients saving many manhours lost due to back injuries in our industry. Last but certainly not least, we will be placing our new MSA G1 airpacks in service soon replacing out outdated current models.

Thank you to the Board of Supervisors, the John Randolph Foundation, and the Cameron Foundation for your support financially through grants, allocations of CARES money, and dedicated budgeted items.

Congratulations to our longest serving Career Fire and EMS member, Bruce Adams, on his recent retirement. The county is ...
11/11/2020

Congratulations to our longest serving Career Fire and EMS member, Bruce Adams, on his recent retirement. The county is forever grateful for the 18 years of your service.

Thank you Bruce.

The Board of Supervisors issued a Commendation to Fire-Medic Bruce Adams upon his retirement.

A very big thank you to the John Randolph Foundation for their grant assistance in purchasing updated cardiac monitors f...
10/27/2020

A very big thank you to the John Randolph Foundation for their grant assistance in purchasing updated cardiac monitors for our ambulances!

Prince George Fire and EMS - $30,565

Thank you Lowe’s!
10/09/2020

Thank you Lowe’s!

Thank you to Lowe's Home Improvement of Prince George for donating a case of KN95’s to Prince George County Fire and EMS! Neighbors helping neighbors!!

09/10/2020
Virginia Professional Fire Fighters
09/09/2020

Virginia Professional Fire Fighters

Your story doesn’t have to end with suicide. If you’re struggling, ask for help. #SuicidePreventionWeek

Prince-George Va - Firefighters Association L4994
09/05/2020

Prince-George Va - Firefighters Association L4994

BEAUTIFUL day for some training!
Disputanta Vol. Fire Dept.
Prince George County Fire and EMS

Prince George Volunteer Fire Department Co. 1
08/25/2020

Prince George Volunteer Fire Department Co. 1

Last night, our volunteers and career staff participated in Vehicle Extrication Training with our new battery operated Holmatro tools. Vehicle Extrication has grown into one of the most important, life-saving operations in the fire service. Our focus was the 5 Big Basics of Extrication which included Stabilization, Glass Removal, Taking Doors, Roof Removal & Dash Displacement. Huge shoutout to Chris Thomas with ACI Fire & Safety who took the time to come out and assist us!

Thank you to our brothers on the Fort!
08/23/2020

Thank you to our brothers on the Fort!

Fort Lee Fire and Jefferson Park Volunteer Fire Department trained together today. Forceable entry and breaching training on an acquired building.

Great opportunity to train with our friends outside the gate.

Prince George County, Va.
08/20/2020

Prince George County, Va.

Take it easy out there Prince George County residents! Prince George County Fire & EMS data released today shows emergency crews have responded to 51 calls for service since January 1 involving cardiac arrests. Department leaders indicate that is a high number compared to previous years.

Prince George Volunteer Fire Department Co. 1
08/03/2020

Prince George Volunteer Fire Department Co. 1

Per National Weather Service in Wakefield:

⚠️The Tropical Storm WATCH has been upgraded to a WARNING for our area.⚠️

Prince-George Va - Firefighters Association L4994
08/03/2020

Prince-George Va - Firefighters Association L4994

As you prepare for the tropical storm/hurricane weather this week, please keep these generator safety tips in mind!

US National Weather Service Wakefield VA
07/22/2020

US National Weather Service Wakefield VA

Good morning! Dangerous heat indices are again expected today. Take frequent breaks & drink plenty of fluids if you go outside. There is also a Slight Risk of severe weather north of the Richmond metro, with a Marginal Risk elsewhere in VA. Main threat is isolated damaging winds.

07/19/2020

Dangerous heat expected today with heat index values climbing to 104 to 109 degrees by this afternoon. A Heat Advisory remains in effect for the entire area through this evening. Stay hydrated and make sure to take frequent breaks if you must work outside today!

US National Weather Service Wakefield VA
07/17/2020

US National Weather Service Wakefield VA

Increasing heat and humidity levels are expected this weekend into early next week. Heat indices of 100° to 105° will be common Saturday and Sunday, and will peak between 105° and 109° degrees Monday and Tuesday. Please make sure you are taking the proper precautions if you must be outside for extended periods of time. For heat related safety information, please visit www.weather.gov/heat.

07/11/2020
This July 4 please be safe and remember to follow all local and state laws regarding fireworks.
07/02/2020

This July 4 please be safe and remember to follow all local and state laws regarding fireworks.

Congratulations to our Emergency Communications Center! After over a year of hard work and preparation, our Communicatio...
06/29/2020

Congratulations to our Emergency Communications Center! After over a year of hard work and preparation, our Communications Officers have been certified as Emergency Medical Dispatchers by APCO (the NFPA of Emergency Communications). The program was designed with national standards and customized for Prince George County with guidance from our OMD Dr. Bacharach.

This is a great accomplishment and will strengthen our EMS system with pre-arrival information gathering and life saving instructions to our citizens.

Congratulations to everyone for all the hard work and improvements we have seen in our ECC over the last several months.

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6602 Courts Drive (2nd Floor)
Prince George, VA
23875

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