Over 80 Years of serving our community
The Lambertville-New Hope Ambulance & Rescue Squad responds to approximately 2,000 emergency medical and rescue calls annually in the greater part of Southern Hunterdon County and covering over the River into Bucks County (New Hope / Solebury). Our organization counts on men and women of all ages and all backgrounds to join together and respond to these emergencies.
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Sat. Nov 19th 2016
It was brought to our attention today that a fund drive support letter not from LNHARS was sent to the majority of our New Jersey territory. We are addressing this issue with Amwell Valley Ambulance Corps. to hopefully prevent it from happening again. We are in the process of sending out our annual ...
Sun. Oct 23rd 2016
Robert Bird (left), a volunteer with the New Hope Eagle Fire Company and Shirley Skillman (right), a life member of the Lambertville-New Hope Ambulance & Rescue Squad were the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce Emergency Service Awards recipients for 2016. The awards were presented at ...
Mon. Oct 17th 2016
The 24th annual Jason Fuhr Memorial Charity Golf Tournament was held on July 25, 2016 at the Bucks Club, Edison, PA. This tournament honors the memory of its founder, Mr. D. Jason Fuhr, who was known for his outstanding support of local charities and high school sports teams.Pictured...
Mon. Nov 7th 2016
This evening an ICS 100 Course was held at the Squad. A great turn out by the members to gain some new training was had. The Course was taught by Paramedic Joe Kitchell. Photos taken by Chief Strauss
Mon. Nov 7th 2016
Quint 26 assisted the Career Staff to hang our "Volunteer Recruitment Banner" today. Thank you to all the personnel that helped to make this possible.
Sun. Nov 6th 2016
17 Rescue was dispatched for EMS Support on a Structure Fire After it was upgraded from a Level 1 Alarm Activation. Rehab 175 responded along with crews to support from 17 Rescue and 49 Rescue.Pictures from the Scene Courtesy of Greg Bunting (49 Rescue)
Fri. Nov 4th 2016
Chief Strauss and EMT H. Cooper took an Ambulance to Sandy Ridge Church for their Fellowship Bon-Fire this evening. Here are a few pictures courtesy of C. Strauss.
Wed. Nov 2nd 2016
The Squad was dispatched for an MVA on the 3300 Block of Windy Bush (Route 232) in Bucks County this morning. Here is a photo from the scene courtesy of EMT Travis Hoffman.