Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Inc.

Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Inc.

Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Inc.

2021 Alarm Totals
January 363
February 329
March 354
April 367
May 354
Jun 364
July 424
August 420
September 411
October 366
Total 3752

2020 Alarm Totals
January 377
February 316
March 347
April 237
May 364
June 353
July 353
August 408
September 339
October 390
November 367
December 317
Total 4168

2019 Alarm Totals
January 344
February 239
March 350
April 342
May 397
June 413
July 447
August 478
September 405
October 386
November 353
December 360
Total 4514

Previous Alarm Totals
2019 4,514
2016 4,173
2015 3,718

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Nov 29, 2021
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Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Inc.

Communications Coordinator Michael Caron, August 20


Long Island is now the expected landfall point for Cat 1 Hurricane Sunday.

Power outages, Flooding, and Storm Surges are all likely if this forecast pans out

Use the lessons from Sandy to keep your family safe and prepare NOW... (Full Story & Photos)

RVAC Accepts Heartfelt Donation

Assistant Chief James Alfano, June 25

Yesterday afternoon, The Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps humbly accepted a donation and heartfelt note of gratitude from Nancy Reyer, Mother of Michael Hubbard.

Michael was critically injured May 28th, 2011 when a gel candle exploded during a backyard mishap. Riverhead Ambulance treated and transported Michael to Stony Brook University Medical Center.

Over the years since the tragic event, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Communications Coordinator Michael Caron, June 01

Summertime Safety

-Fill up on water regularly to remain hydrated. If you’re thirsty, you’re not hydrated.

-Never leave a child or pet enclosed in a vehicle on a hot day; the temperature inside can surpass 100 degrees in mere minutes.

-Avoid strenuous exercise on particularly hot days.

-Early morning and late evenings are the coolest times to work out.

Signs of heat exhaustion:
-Very ... (Full Story & Photos)

Memorial Day 2021

Communications Coordinator Michael Caron, May 31

Today we pause to remember all the brave men and women of the United States Armed Forces that have made the supreme sacrifice in the service to our country.

As you go about your day, please keep in mind what this day signifies. It’s about the sacrifices and commitment that others have made to protect our way of life. It’s about the brave men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice for this ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Assistant Chief James Alfano, May 23

On Saturday May 22nd at 2337 hours the Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps was dispatched to Concern for Independent Living, 260 West Main St for a female on the 4th floor who reported feeling ill.

Upon arrival it was found that the buildings temperature on all 4 floors was in excess of 90 degrees, with no functioning A/C.

The Riverhead Town Fire Marshall was requested by RVAC to respond and assess ... (Full Story & Photos)


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Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Inc.
1111 Osborn Avenue
PO Box 924
Riverhead, NY 11901
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