The Hamilton Volunteer Rescue Squad (HVRS) was founded by a group of citizens committed to providing rescue services to the local community. In 1979, the company started with two Chevrolet Carryall ambulances, a boat, and 300 feet of rescue rope.
Since its inception, Hamilton and the surrounding communities have grown substantially. Loudoun County has been one of the fastest growing counties in the United States for the past several years, and the HVRS has kept pace. The Hamilton Volunteer Rescue Squad consists of many volunteers. These members provide both Basic and Advanced Life Support services to the communities of Hamilton, Paeonian Springs, Waterford, and beyond.
Our members graciously volunteer their time to make a difference in the lives of those who need us. Ranging from computer experts to retirees, school bus drivers to homemakers, men and women, young and old, the members of the HVRS take great pride in the protection of the citizens they serve.
If you are interested in the scope of work our volunteers provide, visit the Volunteer Information page. If you would like to find out more about what it takes specifically to become a part of the HVRS as a volunteer, read on here.