The Randolph Rescue Squad (RRS) is an all-volunteer organization funded largely by donations received from the residents of Randolph. With a dedicated team of thirty active volunteers, the squad provides the township and its surrounding communities with basic life support services Monday through Friday, from 6 pm through 6 am, and round the clock on weekends and holidays. Additionally, the volunteer squad often provides backup services during the weekday hours covered by the township's contract with Atlantic Health System.
The squad provides transport services to local hospitals and standby services at fire calls and various community events. Its fleet includes four ambulances, a rescue truck, and a first response vehicle, all of which are maintained and housed at the squad's three locations throughout the township.
Members are highly-trained and the squad includes both national- and state-registered Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) as well as those certified in CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) for the professional rescuer. All necessary training is provided to volunteers free of charge, with most training occurring during off-duty hours.
When not on duty, attending meetings and drills, or taking courses to keep certifications current, members conduct first-aid training seminars for organizations such as the Boy Scouts of America and offer similar educational services to other interested groups.
Please visit the squad's website for membership and additional information.
780 State Highway 10 West
(West of C.R. 513, Dover-Chester Road)
County Route 513, Dover-Chester Road
(Next to Ironia School)
- Town Hall
502 Millbrook Avenue
(Randolph Township Municipal Building)