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Campbell, Stephenson-White Released as Volunteer Paramedics

Two VB Rescue volunteers were released as paramedics on Monday, as both Blake Campbell (right) and Michelle Stephenson-White (left) passed their oral boards. Campbell is a volunteer with the Plaza Volunteer Rescue Squad and has served for more than two years. He also serves in the U.S. Navy. Stephenson-White...

VB Rescue Accepting Applications for First Advanced EMT Academy

VB Rescue – EMS is preparing to launch the department’s first-ever Advanced EMT Academy and is currently accepting applications for the new venture. In accordance with Chief Ed Brazle’s plan to enhance VB Rescue’s capabilities, the department is holding a six-month long academy course that will give VB Rescue...

Feeling The Pulse, Ep. 14 — Chief Ed Brazle

The latest episode of Feeling The Pulse is live! Our latest guest is Chief Ed Brazle! Be sure to listen to Feeling The Pulse on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Stitcher! You can also listen directly below. Leave us a five-star review and be sure to subscribe to Feeling...

Feeling The Pulse, Ep. 13 — Mike Riehm

The latest episode of Feeling The Pulse features Mike Riehm, a volunteer EMT with VB Rescue. Mike volunteers with the Princess Anne Courthouse Volunteer Rescue Squad (Rescue 5) and also serves as the squad’s Social Media Coordinator. Every episode of Feeling The Pulse is available on Spotify, Google Podcasts,...

Feeling The Pulse, Ep. 12 — Cliff Cutchins

The latest episode of Feeling The Pulse features Dr. Cliff Cutchins, a volunteer physician with VB Rescue . Cliff started with the Virginia Beach Volunteer Rescue Squad in 2005 and is an anesthesiologist with Sentara.  Every episode of Feeling The Pulse is available on Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts...

VB Rescue BLS Academy Graduations Return for New Volunteer EMTs

VB Rescue revived one of the system’s greatest traditions on March 17, holding the system’s first BLS Academy Graduation Ceremony since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Sixty-one graduates from Basic Life Support (BLS) Academies 45, 46, 47, 48, 49 and 50 were recognized for their achievement and service...