Virginia Tech Rescue Squad Publishes 2003 Annual Report

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Press Release

This past year has been an exciting one for the Virginia Tech Rescue Squad. CPR and EMT classes have returned to campus and are being organized by the VTRS. Funding has been supplied to purchase new vehicles and expand the level of service provided by the squad. This news, along with annual statistics and membership reports, are summarized and published yearly in the Annual Report. The squad hopes that this document will increase community awareness of the extensive services provided by the Virginia Tech Rescue Squad.

The annual report is being published in both color and black-and-white versions. They will be distributed around the campus to the administration and the college departments.

View the Report in Adobe PDF: High Quality (40 MB) or Lower Quality (4 MB)

Information about the Virginia Tech Rescue Squad

The Virginia Tech Rescue Squad (VTRS) is a volunteer student organization that was founded in 1969 by four Virginia Tech students. VTRS provides advanced life support care utilizing two ALS equipped ambulances and one BLS equipped first-response vehicle. The primary service area of VTRS is the campus of Virginia Tech and other University buildings. VTRS active members are full-time students of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; all members are trained and certified as Emergency Medical Technicians by the Virginia Office of EMS.

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