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Thank you for clicking below to donate and help us purchase emergency equipment. 

New 302 Ambulance:
Community Rescue Squad's old 302 that had 185K miles had to be replaced. Below is a picture of the new 302 that we took delivery of in October 2023. 
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Your Donation Counts!

Community Rescue Squad is committed to providing the highest level of emergency medical care throughout the 260 square mile operating area. This superior standard of care is achieved through the dedication of our highly trained and committed career staff applying state-of-the art emergency emergency equipment and polished medical skills.

Continued support from the communities we serve is the foundation for our success. Emergency care education and training, with cooperation of other healthcare partners, like Albany Medical Health Systems help enhance our ability to serve you to the highest degree possible.

The cost of procurement and maintaining ambulance units and medical equipment is costly, in addition to educating our providers, maintaining a state of readiness, and the overall cost of operating 24/7, 365 days a year can be attained through the generosity of the residents and visitors in the communities we serve.

Please visit our donate page and consider lending us your support in our continued mission to provide you the highest quality pre-hospital emergency care that you deserve. Your donation is tax deductible. Thank you for your support!

Continued Special Thanks!


Camphill Village in Copake made donations to help us purchase the replacement ambulance for 303 back in 2021 and they made a commitment to help with the payments for the new Ambulance 301. Thank you Camphill for helping our Agency and the community we serve!

Below are EMT Peter Decker, EMT Jessica Metz, Paramedic and Operations Supervisor Peter Doty, Director of Camphill Village Kerst de Jong , Direct of Operations Camphill Village Andrew Simmons Brian.

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Lifenet Dispatch:

Below was an airlift near Carlson Rd off of Rt.22 near the county line for head trauma. 

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