Established in 1966, the Commack Volunteer Ambulance Corps is a vital part of our community. Your support helps Commack Volunteer Ambulance Corps maintain the resources necessary to provide you with the highest quality of pre-hospital care possible. Our 24-7 in-house crews provide superior response time to ambulance calls with highly trained and motivated emergency personal.
Click the link below to view the full story and video. http://www.honeywellnow.com/2015/01/16/honeywell-innovation-saves-lives-honeywell-carbon-monoxide-detectors-alert-long-island-diners-to-dangerous-leak/ Honeywell Innovation Saves Lives – Honeywell Carbon Monoxide Detectors Alert Long Island Diners to Dangerous Leak Posted 01/16/2015 Share on email Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin When two volunteer EMTs stopped to grab dinner at a Long Island restaurant before work, they ...read more
2014 was a record setting year for CVAC. We finished off the year with 3,362 alarms, 302 more alarms than we had in 2013. Great job to all of the volunteers for your hard work and dedication, and keep up the phenomenal work!
As a result of your generous donations, we were able to donate approximately 1,000 toys to Toys of Hope and almost 1,000 pounds of food to the Christ the King Food Pantry! Thank you to all who donated, we look forward to seeing you next year!
At 1613 hrs on Friday November 28, CVAC was activated for an MVA – Car vs. Truck at the intersection of Harned Rd and Veterans Memorial Highway with one victim pinned. CVAC responded with 2 ambulances, along with 2-16-31, 2-16-33, 2-16-34, 2-16-57, and 2-16-89. Under the command of Chief DeTurris, CVAC extricated and treated one ...read more
Commack Volunteer Ambulance Corps proudly presents…our annual Operation Frosty Toy & Food Drive on Saturday, December 13, 2014, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Santa, Frosty, Rudolph and the elves are getting ready to visit all the good children of the Commack Volunteer Ambulance Corps District. Our annual Operation Frosty Parade is Saturday, December, 13, 2014, ...read more
Have you been down Burr Road, Townline Road, or Scholar Lane lately? CVAC volunteers have placed 70 American flags from CVAC Headquarters on Burr Road to Commack High School on Scholar lane in honor of September 11th. The Commack community will gather for the 13th Candlelight Ceremony of Remembrance on Thursday, September 11th at 6:30 ...read more
Taken From: Commack Patch - By Ryan Bonner (Patch National Staff) “Commack Volunteer Ambulance Corps members Justin Gau and Kyle Page stopped by the Commack Applebee’s Tuesday night for a bite to eat. But soon after entering the restaurant on Veterans Highway, the portable carbon monoxide detectors the two on-duty EMTs were carrying went into ...read more
Congratulations to our winning CVAC members at the CVAC 5K Run/Walk held on Saturday, August 16, 2014. Carolyn Loscialpo (3rd Place), Kristen Haller (2nd Place), and Brittany Kelly (1st Place) were all winners in the Female Fire/EMS/Military Category. Thank you to all the runners who attended. It was a great day for a race. Click here for ...read more
CVAC was activated for a heavy rescue MVA on Aug 14 at 0717 at Veterans Memorial Hwy and New Highway, Hauppauge. Units on scene were 216-19, 216-20, 216-72, 216-30 and MD-138 and Hauppauge FD as well as SCPD Emergency Services. One critical patient was extricated and transported to Stony Brook and three others to St ...read more