Since it was founded in 1956, the Hampton Emergency Squad had provided the citizens of Hampton, Glen Gardner and Bethlehem Township
This proud tradition of service is continued today by our members. They come from all walks of life but share a common sense of duty, dedication and teamwork. They put themselves on the line every day to aid and protect their neighbors.
In addition to medical emergencies, our members are dispatched to motor vehicle collisions and fires to which the Hampton Fire Company or the Glen Gardner Fire Department are dispatched.
The Hampton Emergency Squad is proud to serve Hampton Borough and the surrounding communities and to provide necessary medical attention to those in need.
Our squad is currently composed of approximately 30 active members. Our regularly scheduled training session, better known as 'drill-night', occurs on the third Wednesday of each month and our meeting night is held on the 1st Wednesday of every month.
Our station participates in the county-wide mutual aid program in which squads can call on each other to provide logistical support during times of overwhelming demand. We are grateful to our mutual aid partners, High Bridge Emergency Squad, Lebanon Twp Fire/EMS, Washington EMS, Clinton Rescue, Pattenburg Rescue Squad and Hunterdon's North County EMS Partnership for their help over the years.