For more than 50 years, the Emergency Squad has served the residents and community of Sun City Center, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We are "Neighbors Helping Neighbors," here when you need us.
New EMTs John Gentry, Karen McInnis, Elaine Elliot and Barry McKee, celebrating their passing of the NREMT exam.
SCC service organizations provide an added layer of safety and security for our communit
LifeFlight helicopter attending one of our all Squad meetings.
The Squad receiving a commendation from the County Commissioners.
Health symposium sponsored by Tampa General, the Emergency Squad, Sun Towers and the SCC Men’s Club.
In the summer of 1964, a wise group of Sun City Center citizens had the foresight to begin a group of first aiders to assist ill and injured community residents. Since then the community has embraced the Squad as much as the Squad has embraced the residents. Without community support, the Squad would not have become the organization it is today. Perhaps it would not be here at all.
Today we have almost 400 volunteers during our “peak season” who serve their community and help their friends and neighbors when they are in need. Our ambulance crew volunteers number approximately 120, but many are seasonal, some are still fully employed and there are always a few who are on medical leave. We are always looking for new volunteers to help fill those absences.
Our slogan is “Neighbors Helping Neighbors.” And for over 50 years we have been doing that. In 2014, we celebrated our Golden Anniversary and we want to acknowledge the community – the individuals, churches, clubs, businesses and organizations who have supported us over these many years. There are too many to name. But thank you all.