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Prince Georges County Fire/EMS strives to improve the quality of life in Prince George’s County by promoting safety, providing the highest quality of fire prevention, fire protection, emergency medical services, and community outreach programs. The Prince George’s County Fire/EMS Department responded to over 130,000 calls for service in 2014. www.PrinceGeorgesCountyMD.org
The District of Columbia Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department (FEMS) is an all-hazards agency providing emergency medical care and transportation, fire prevention, fire suppression, hazardous material response, and technical rescue in the District of Columbia and responds to over 150,000 per year. www.dcfd.com
The Branchville Volunteer Fire Company came into existence in 1923. Branchville has 2 Pierce Arrow fire engines, 2 Ford/Horton ambulances, and 2 chief buggies. In addition, depending on existing EMS staffing, an ambulance is converted into a paramedic ambulance for a specified service period. www.bvfco11.com
Westampton Township Emergency Services (WTES) is a single station department providing an expanded mission to their community. WTES is a combination Fire/Rescue/EMS Department made up of career Officers, full time personnel, per diem personnel and volunteers. The WTES is an equal opportunity, progressive organization whose goal is to provide the highest level of community services. www.Westampton.org
The Kentland 100% Volunteer Fire Department is a part of the Prince George’s County Fire Department (PGFD). Company 33 located in Landover Maryland, is arguably the busiest volunteer department in the Nation, staffed solely by a dedicated group of volunteers, a surprising accomplishment in today’s society, www.Kentland33.com
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bathesda Maryland, is a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is the nation’s medical research agency. They are making important discoveries that improve health and save lives. Thanks in large part to NIH-funded medical research, Americans today are living longer and healthier.www.NIH.gov
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