Equipment & FacilitiesWhere are we when we're not on an ambulance?
We own and maintain two advanced facilities that have ambulance bays, bunks for duty crewmembers, offices for squad leaders and city EMS supervisors, and meeting rooms available for training sessions and non-profit community groups with reservations.
If you’re interested in reserving space for your non-profit community group, please see our conference room page.
VBVRS Station 14
VBVRS Station 8
Our state-of-the-art equipment includes:
- 10 ALS-certified ambulances
- 1 heavy rescue/squad truck (ALS-certified, non-transport)
- 1 support/utility vehicle (BLS-certified, non-transport)
- 1 support vehicle (administrative)
- 2 medically-equipped response carts
Spaces to Reserve
Our stations have space available for your next meeting. VBVRS welcomes non-profit organizations to share our space. Check out the details, and, if interested, book a conference room.
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