Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Inc.

Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Inc.

Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Inc.

2022 Alarm Totals
Jan 429
Feb 375
March 415
April 364
May 484
Jun 497
July 562
Aug 568
Sept 503
Oct 472
Nov 25
Total 4694

2021 Alarm Totals
January 363
February 329
March 354
April 367
May 354
Jun 362
July 424
August 420
September 411
October 366
November 347
December 416
Total 4513

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
2020 4,168
2019 4,514
2016 4,173
2015 3,718

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Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Inc.
No Caption RVAC 6th Annual Toy Drive for Cohens Children's Medical Center

Assistant Chief James Alfano, November 25

The Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps will be having their 6th Annual Holiday Toy Drive for Cohens Children's Medical Center on Saturday December 3rd & Sunday December 4th from 10:30am-2:30pm.

Toys are being collected at our Headquarters 1111 Osborn Ave.

Due to Covid, there are a few restrictions Cohens has asked us to comply with again this year. We CANNOT accept books, stuffed animals, blankets, ... (Full Story & Photos)

Fall Prevention

Lieutenant Amanda Zilnicki-Ceckowski, September 28

Is Falling a Consequence of Getting Older? No!

Getting older can increase your risk factors for falling such as worsening eye sight and decrease in muscle strength. A majority of falls are preventable. Falls can cause short or long term disability for patients. Last week was Falls Prevention Awareness Week and the members at RVAC would like to help prevent falls in our community. Please see the ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption RVAC participates in Splish Splash’s Touch a Truck Event

Lieutenant Amanda Zilnicki-Ceckowski, August 16

RVAC participated in Splish Splash’s Touch a Truck Event on 8/16/22 with Riverhead Fire Department and Riverhead Police Department. Visitors to Splish Splash were able to tour the vehicles, take pictures with the local heroes, and see equipment and gear used by each department. ... (Full Story & Photos)


Director Joseph Oliver, August 06

Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance would like to announce William Wilkinson has been appointed as Chief of Operations effective immediately. Chief Wilkinson was sitting director since 2021 and served as Chief of the Department in 2015, 2016, 2019 and 2020. Chief Wilkinson has happily served the town of Riverhead for 26 years. The Board of Directors appointed EX-Chief Joseph Oliver to fulfill vacant Board ... (Full Story)

No Caption Poisonous Substance and Children

Lieutenant Amanda Zilnicki-Ceckowski, July 25

Each year, approximately 3 million people— many under age 5— swallow or have contact with a poisonous substance. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) offers tips to prevent and to treat exposures to poison. Poison can be found anywhere in the home, bathroom, kitchen, laundry room, garage. Medication being the leading cause of poisoning. Did you know that the most likely place your children could ... (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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