Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps
The Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps will start billing insurance companies for all ambulance rides next year in an effort to boost revenue to offset the rising cost of first aid supplies and hire more staff members to respond to calls.
Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps will see $2,000 annual grant thanks to late auto dealer’s contribution to trade group’s endowment
Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps saw a $2,000 boost on its balance sheet last month, when Apple Honda presented the corps with a grant from the National Automobile Dealers endowment.
Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps celebrated National EMS Week with an open house at its headquarters Sunday.
RVAC is celebrating EMS Week with an open house at its Osborn Avenue headquarters Sunday, May 22, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The entire community is invited to tour ambulances, learn about equipment used and receive training in hands-only CPR.
A 47-year-old male pedestrian was airlifted to Stony Brook University Hospital with serious injuries after being struck by a vehicle on West Main Street Wednesday evening.
The Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps is looking to switch its emergency dispatch provider from the Riverhead Police Department to Suffolk County Fire Rescue and Emergency Services. Riverhead Town officials don't consent to the move.
‘We can’t sustain this’ — Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps says it lacks funds needed to serve residents
“The town's just allowing all this growth but they're not growing our budget. We can't sustain this any longer,” Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps President Garrett Lake said.
‘ I can’t begin to tell you how thankful I am’ — Woman reunited with Riverhead ambulance crew that saved...
A Florida woman visiting a friend in Jamesport went into cardiac arrest and almost died in March. Last month, she got to meet the Riverhead Ambulance crew that saved her life and thank them for what they did.
Nancy Reyer thanked Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps last week with a $5,000 donation to acknowledge their caring and concern for her late son, Michael Hubbard, who was critically burned by a highly flammable gel candle in May 2011.
Riverhead Ambulance District calls have more than doubled in the past 20 years. Today, the Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance has 154 members, its highest number ever. Its headquarters is the same facility that was “already too small" to meet the 2,000 calls answered in 1999, according to the town's 2003 adopted comprehensive plan. Now, RVAC responds to more than 4,000 calls annually.