LifeCare is committed to being an integral part of the communities we serve. LifeCare and its employees proudly participate in public safety awareness events, cancer awareness events, and many other charitable activities. Below are a few examples:
A HEARTSafe Community
LifeCare Medical Transports is proud to be the first HEARTSafe Business in Virginia. HEARTSafe communities is a program designed to promote survival from sudden out-of-hospital cardiac arrest.
Fear 2 Freedom (F2F) is a global non-profit dedicated to redeem and restore the lives of those wounded by sexual assault, bringing them hope and healing. F2F partners universities, hospitals, and communities to provide after-care kits to those affected by rape, child abuse, domestic violence, and sex-trafficking.
National EMS Memorial Service:
The National EMS Memorial Service honors those EMS providers who have died in the line of duty. Each year, fallen EMS providers are honored in Colorado Springs at its annual National EMS Memorial Service. Kevin Dillard and Danny Wildman have served on its Board of Directors for many years and are proud to offer support to this important cause. For more information about the National EMS Memorial, click here. Watch the National EMS Memorial Service Videos below!
Spotsylvania County Crime Solvers:
LifeCare Medical Transports has been a long-time supporter of the Spotsylvania County Crime Solvers by being the corporate sponsor for its annual golf tournament. Funds raised for the Crime Solvers are used to pay for anonymous tips called in to help solve crimes within the county. For more information about Crime Solvers, click here.
Breast Cancer Awareness
LifeCare is very proud to support many events that raise awareness for breast cancer treatment, care, and research. LifeCare participates in many community events with its distinctively designed “pink ambulance” by providing medical standby coverage for cancer walks, community awareness events, and public service venues.
LifeCare participates in many educational programs for children, such as the “911 for Kids” program sponsored by the Rappahannock EMS Council, which raises awareness of emergency services and the importance of calling 9-1-1. LifeCare also attends area schools to allow children to have a “hands-on” experience in the ambulance and with the paramedics.