Serving Our Neighbors Since 1930

The AHFAS operates a marine rescue unit and regularly trains with the Atlantic Highlands Fire Department.
With three ambulances and a host of support vehicles, the AHFAS is prepared with the equipment for major medical and rescue emergencies.
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Welcome to the online home of the award-winning, all-volunteer Atlantic Highlands First Aid & Safety Squad, where you’ll be able to find the latest news involving the squad and around the EMS world, 24/7.


We’ve been around since 1929 and staffed by dedicated volunteers, who give their time to deliver free, around-the-clock emergency medical and rescue services to the borough. Indeed, 2015 marks our 85th year in service.


We respond to everything from minor falls, cuts, skinned knees, broken arms and car crashes.


Think it’s all blood and guts? Think again.


While squad members occasionally do handle those sorts of calls, a majority of our emergencies do not involve blood, guts or even ugly stuff. However, what every call does involve is our passionate members providing an essential, high-quality service to the community.


Take a moment to look around, click through to some of the links, and meet some of the men and women who make the AHFAS what it is today. More important, see how you can become a part of this dynamic organization and give back to your community.


FREE ICS-300 Course @ AHFAS


ICS 300: Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents
Description ICS-300 provides training and resources for personnel who require advanced application of the ICS. The course expands upon information covered in the ICS-100 and ICS-200 courses.
This course is intended for individuals who may assume a supervisory role in expanding or Type 3 incidents.
Instructor Tom Hayden
Audience All emergency services personnel, especially those in or seeking a line officer position within the organization.
Prerequisites ICS-100, ICS-200, IS-700, IS-800
Location Atlantic Highlands First Aid Squad
CEUs 24 NJ EMT elective CEUs available upon completion of all sessions
Times Friday, April 22, 7-10pm

Saturday, April 23, 8-4pm

Sunday, April 24, 8-4pm



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Maximum enrollment: 50




An electronic copy of the textbook will be distributed via email in advance of the class; please bring a laptop or tablet and wifi will be available.
A printed version is available for $25 and two week’s advance notice.

  Coffee and light refreshments available; 1-hour lunch break; lunch not provided


The New Year ushered in a new line of leadership at the Atlantic Highlands First Aid & Safety Squad.

For 2016, Life Member, experienced EMT, Bill Mount becomes chief. Mount has served as captain for the previous two years.

EMT Lance Hubeny, who has served in the line in the past, becomes the Squad’s new captain. And Jerry Pandolfo, who had been chief for the past two years, is the 1st lieutenant.

On the executive side, Paul Sully, a Life Member, remains president of the all-volunteer organization.

Life Member Walter Curry, the Squad treasurer for years, becomes the vice president. Ray Stoever, who was 1st lieutenant in 2015, is the new treasurer. And Janet Nolan, who served as secretarty in 2015 will continue in that position in 2016.

More squad news

Are you ready to lend a hand to your community? The AHFAS is an all-volunteer organization that depends on people just like you to become members and then help their friends and neighbors in a time of need.

Becoming a member is easy. The personal benefits are endless.

Click here for more on how to become part of our award-winning team.

The AHFAS operates on donations from the community and the Borough. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

Your tax-deductible donations go directly to purchase additional medical supplies, equip our emergency vehicles and increased training. Your donations immediately help your friends and neighbors.

For more information on how you can become a supporter of the AHFAS click here