HOLMDEL FIRST AID SQUAD MEMBERS POSE FOR A PHOTO IN FRONT OF OUR CRAWFORD"S CORNERS ROAD HEDQUARTERS WITH FOUR OF OUR AMBULANCES AND RESCUE EXTRICATION TRUCK




THE SQUADS CENTERVILLE STATION ON THE LEFT WITH HOLMDEL FIRE AND RESCUE COMPANY #2 ON THE RIGHT

SQUAD MEMBERS TRAIN FOR THE EXTRICATION OF ENTRAPED PATIENTS

THE SQUADS ORIGINAL HEADQUARTERS BUILDING FROM 1977 - 1990

MAYOR DAVID COHEN PRESENTS THE KEYS OF THE SQUADS FIRST AMBULANCE TO THE FOUNDING MEMBERS 1969

THE INSIDE OF A SQUAD AMBULANCE

THE SQUADS EXTRICATION RESCUE TRUCK

ONE OF THE SQUADS NEW FOUR WHEEL DRIVE AMBULANCES STANDS READY TO TACKLE THE SLIPPERY HILLS OF HOLMDEL

HOLMDEL FIRST AID SQUAD, Inc.

Holmdel First Aid is a dedicated, diverse group of your neighbors, including local college students, business professionals, homemakers, and retirees. Interested individuals are encouraged to contact HFAS at 732-946-3239, or www.holmdelfirstaidsquad.org for additional information on how to help. Training and equipment will be provide upon successful completion of a trial period and committee approval.

*Volunteers Welcomed*

Do you want to make a meaningful impact in your community, while learning new skills and welcoming new challenges? *HFAS invites you to make 2014 the year to volunteer!*

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Thursday, March 15th, 2018 at 1:35pm
A new pedestrian bridge collapsed onto a highway at a Miami-area college Thursday, crushing at least five vehicles under massive slabs and killing several people, authorities said. /t.co/oWVlP7Abio /t.co/FPxUJj7uwG 9092602647
Thursday, March 15th, 2018 at 7:07am
Phastar, a non-profit organization, designed the program to improve the quality of health in Cuyahoga County, Ohio. Their goal is to decrease the amount of 9-1-1 calls made, as well as ease the burden off existing healthcare programs. /t.co/YwZF6a1dcL /t.co/LTfCxMnEcI jemsconnect photo
Wednesday, March 14th, 2018 at 7:56pm
Jennifer S. Love, MD, and Edward T. Dickinson, MD, NRP, FACEP, provide a history of chemical warfare agents (CWAs), review types of CWAs, discuss clinical symptoms of exposure and updates in treatment, and the importance of PPE and decontamination. /t.co/zvI6Az7r6z 9182354223 jemsconnect photo
Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 at 8:21pm
Although behavioral health emergencies serve as a small percentage of overall EMS patient interactions, emergency care providers influence patient outcomes; therefore, behavioral health simulation is important within EMS education /t.co/4LRB4F5KIH 4013742954 jemsconnect photo







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