Proudly Serving Butler Twp &
The Members of Valley Regional Fire and Rescue are going to start a collection of supplies for the Pennsylvania State Police. Items will be delivered when we have a good amount of supplies.
Items needed :
Insect repellent with deet
Energy drinks (monster)
Beef Jerry - Slim Jims
Single sheets of tin foil
Anyone interested in donating please contact Colby Bognar, Rich Bognar or Deana Chupela. Items can be dropped off at 14 West Butler Drive in Drums PA 18222 on the firehouse side in the back of the building inside the red double doors. Thanks everyone for your support!!! Thanks for your support!!! #PSPSTRONG2014/2015 AMBULANCE DRIVE IS NOW UNDER WAY
To Residents of Butler Township and Conyngham Borough:
Since 2008 Valley Regional Ambulance has responded to people in need of care at all hours of the day and night. To continue to provide modern and appropriate care we are holding our annual membership drive.
Once the patient is placed in our ambulance it literally becomes an extension of the emergency room. The medic in charge is in contact with the hospital and has the knowledge and the equipment to help you. Remember, we live in a rural setting. A patient has to be treated and prepared on their trip to the Emergency Room, due to the amount of time it can take to get them there.
The membership drive will assist us with two projects we are undertaking, both of which will help you in the event you need service.
- The first project includes the purchase of a new ambulance. Repairing our existing older ambulance is no longer cost effective, and it often costs more to repair than it is worth. The cost of a new ambulance varies in price from $100,000 to $140,000.
- The second project includes the purchase of a new heart monitor to replace our current one. A heart monitor is vital to a heart attack patient as it relays information about the patient's condition from the ambulance to the Emergency Room. It helps the ER staff prepare for treatment and saves time when only seconds matter in trying to save someone's life. The cost of a new heart monitor is approximately $15,000.
Your membership donation ensures two things; that we have the proper equipment to help you, and that you will not be responsible for the cost of an ambulance trip over and beyond what your insurance pays. This means there will be no additional charge for your trip other than your Medicare or insurance payment.
Please note, we do not offer return trips from the hospital or inter-facility transportation.
The EMS personnel of the VRFR greatly appreciate your support during our membership drive. We pledge to use your donation wisely and efficiently and our policy is to be open, transparent, and accountable with all funds entrusted to the company.
We are always here for you 24/7
Board of Directors
Valley Regional Fire and Rescue Ambulance Division
PS – We look forward for you to become a Valley Regional Ambulance member and welcome back our existing members. Thank you for your support year after year. Our existence depends on your generosity and when you have an emergency, you know Valley Regional Ambulance will be there for you.
Take a Look at the NEW 2013 Review Video below.
2013 Review Video