The Scotch Plains Rescue Squad is entering it's 83rd year of all volunteer emergency medical services to the Township of Scotch Plains and surrounding communities. This is a distinction that very few rescue squads in the state have attained.
The Rescue Squad's, ninety-plus, dedicated volunteers have over 800 combined years of service to the community. These volunteers respond to emergency calls on a twenty-four hour basis. Records indicate that the squad answered over 80,300 emergency calls in more than eighty-three years of service.
The Scotch Plains Rescue Squad often serves other communities for mutual aid response. These volunteers have provided service
without charge to residents. The rescue squad is supported only by
"Neighbors Helping Neighbors"
Receiving Safe Emergency Care at the Local Hospital's
PUTTING SAFETY FIRST,
WITHOUT PUTTING PATIENTS SECOND
Is it safe to come to the
Emergency Department for medical care?
Atlantic Health (Overlook) &
Hackensack Meridian(JFK University)
provide their information for Patients.
caused many patients to delay care. But when it comes to
health emergencies, it’s important not to delay any longer. We have taken every precaution to lessen the spread of COVID-19 and ensure the care you receive is safe.
We have taken every precaution to lessen the spread of COVID-19 and ensure the care you receive is safe.