Welcome to the Town of Morristown



Morristown Rescue Squad began in 1974. Dr. Lewis Blowers and Copley Hospital’s President, John Whitcomb, advised the Selectmen that there was a need for an ambulance service in Morristown.


They contacted the Board of Alexander Hamilton Copley Trust Fund, who agreed to purchase the land, build the building, and buy the ambulance, if the town voted to maintain and support this by tax dollars and donations.


A squad was formed, trained, and the ambulance went into service at 6:00am on June 2nd, 1975.  Morristown Rescue Squad has been able to provide continued service since that time.


A Board of Directors, voted on by the membership, governs Morristown Rescue. The town of Morristown governs Morristown EMS, (all full-time, part time staff and volunteer staff.) All members are expected to attend a monthly meeting/training, which meets on the 4th Wednesday of the month at 1800 hrs. To remain on active status, It is mandated that each volunteer member obligate themselves to take a (1) 12-hour shift a week, and a 12 hour shift every 5th weekend rotation. Scheduled hours are between 6:00 am to 6:00 pm, or 6:00 pm to 6:00 am, however there may be exceptions to this time schedule if it is difficult for an individual to work a 12-hour shift.  Members who are on duty are expected to be within 6 minutes of the MRS facility.


Presently, we have approximately 30 volunteer members and 2 full time paid member, and 2 Part time members, serving our communities. The areas covered are Morristown, Elmore, and part of Wolcott.  Membership is made up of CPR, EMR, EMT, AEMT, and NRP certified persons. MEMS has approximately 600 calls a year, about 1 and ½ calls a day. 

Monday- Friday
8:00AM- 4:00PM

A message from the Chief.....

The EMS Department strives to provide the highest level of professional service to its residents, while creating an atmosphere of community service, and promoting interaction between citizens groups and public safety professionals. 

The Department is a combination department consisting of 2 full-time administrative/ALS providers, 1 fulltime ALS and 4 part time paid ALS providers and 30 Volunteers.  We currently operate out of one station:  EMS Station is located on 539 Washington Highway in Morrisville.   

We consider your family our family.  Whether you are a resident, business owner, or a visitor, our goal is to take care of you as if you were a member of our family.  We would like to offer an invitation for you to visit our EMS Station.

If I can be of any additional service to you, on behalf of the EMS Department, please contact me.  



Nathan Pickard

EMS Chief

802-888-5628 ext 3