The Rappahannock Emergency Medical Services Council, Inc.

exists to facilitate the development and continued operation of a high quality, dedicated and coordinated emergency response and preparedness system for the Planning Districts 9 & 16.


 

The Community Give is a 24-hour day of giving on Tuesday May 3, 2016 from 12:00 a.m. until midnight. It is a day when everyone is asked to make a donation and show support for the local nonprofit organizations that positively impact our lives every day. Donations that are made during the Give to support the council will help to provide important administrative, training, and support functions to create a seamless and integrated EMS system. For more information about programs and the use of Community Give funds, please visit our Community Give Page. Your gift of $25.00 or more could help us win even more!

Visit our Community Give page

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HEARTSafe Community

Stafford County is the first in the Commonwealth to become a HEARTSafe Community! Click for more information about what this means and how YOUR locality can become involved!

Regional Awards Nominations

REMS is now accepting nominations for the 2016 Regional Awards! Click the link for details and nomination forms!

Welcome to REMS Council!

The Rappahannock EMS Council proudly serves the counties of Caroline, Culpeper, Fauquier, King George, Orange, Rappahannock, Spotsylvania, and Stafford, the Town of Colonial Beach, and the City of Fredericksburg.

CISM - Critical Incident Stress Management

The Council's CISM Team services may be requested by calling our 24-hour hotline number

540-752-5883

EMS Spotlight!

Know an outstanding agency, provider, or other part of our EMS system? Tell us about the excellence you see by submitting nominations for the EMS Spotlight online.

Upcoming Events

Recent News from REMS Council:

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The Rappahannock EMS Region proudly serves the counties of Caroline, Culpeper, Fauquier, King George, Orange,
Rappahannock, Spotsylvania, and Stafford; the town of Colonial Beach and the city of Fredericksburg.

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