Kearsarge Fire Department responds with Millcreek Paramedic Service for a variety of medical emergencies. The firefighters of Kearsarge Fire Department are trained as Emergency Medical Responders, Emergency Medical Technicians, Paramedics, and Pre-Hospital Physician Extenders.
Firefighters respond to motor vehicle accidents, industrial accidents involving machinery, medical emergencies, service calls (including people trapped in elevators) and yes, the occasional “cat stuck in a tree” call.
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The Kearsarge Fire Department regularly trains with the following agencies: Belle Valley Fire Department, West Ridge Fire Department, West Lake Fire Department, Perry Hi-Way Hose Company, McKean Hose Company, Millcreek Paramedic Service, and the Millcreek Township Fire Response Team.
Fill out the application online and/or stop by the fire station on Monday evenings after 7:00 p.m. and ask for a fire chief.
Donate online now and/or mail a donation check to the department.
Chief Matthew J. Parker
Please contact the fire station and/or leave a voicemail for the Fire Chief. The Fire Chief will contact you for details and provide you information about your request.
No, this is not a scam. PA Fire Recovery Service has been contracting with Kearsarge Fire Department since 2005 to assist our agency with incident billing. The Millcreek Township Ordinance 2004-12 permits the Millcreek Fire Departments to bill for services rendered. These billing services have been contracted to PA Fire Recovery Service.
Please contact the Fire Station and leave a voicemail for the Fire Chie
Yes, anyone over the age of 17 with a desire to help others.
The Kearsarge Fire Department provides 100% of the equipment and training costs for individuals to be classified as a “firefighter.”
Weekly, the members of Kearsarge Fire Department train for 3 hours in multiple areas of emergency response. Initial training for firefighters includes over 300 hours in firefighting, hazardous materials response, and basic emergency medicine. The classes are taught locally, scheduled typically in evenings and weekends, and offered throughout the year.