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Pittsford Volunteer Ambulance

Skilled hands. Cool heads. Caring hearts.

Mission of the Corps

Pittsford Volunteer Ambulance exists to provide Pittsford and neighboring communities with patient-centered care and consultation, education, prevention programs, and partnerships to maintain quality of health and life.

Our Values

  • We value and prioritize Excellent and Consistent Patient Centered Care
  • We value our Satisfied and happy workforce, well trained and equipped to fulfill our mission
  • We value Service to our community and our neighbors
  • We value Education / Prevention / Community Partnering / Innovation to improve quality of health and life
  • We will be a Fiscally Responsible and Sustainable organization

“We are men and women of action…”

Our Vision

Pittsford Volunteer Ambulance, a professional community based organization, aspires to be recognized by the communities we serve as:
  • An excellent provider of emergency medicine and community care
  • A Proactive agency Responsive to the changing field of EMS and the evolving needs of our community
  • An organization, Integrated within the communities it serves, providing education, prevention, and community partnerships
  • A Self-sustaining organization with the resources to maintain this vision in a growing and dynamic environment
  • An organization where members are supported to work in Collaboration to accomplish our mission

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About Us

Founded in 1971, Pittsford Volunteer Ambulance, Inc. organization (PVA) is a non-profit ambulance services provider that operates in the Town of Pittsford, a suburban community of Rochester, located in southeast Monroe County, New York.

PVA is part of the Monroe County emergency medical service system dispatched by the county Office of Emergency Communications 911 call center. We provide emergency response medical services primarily within the Town’s 23 square mile area to approximately 29,400 (2010 Census) residents, as well as workers, shoppers and other visitors within the Town. We also have mutual aid agreements with adjacent towns to assure services when immediate demand exceeds capacity of a single ambulance corps.

The State Department of Health has issued a Certificate of Need to the Town to enable it to engage ambulance services providers. The Town contracts annually with PVA, incorporated under the laws of New York State, to be its community based service provider.

A Federal Internal Revenue Service letter ruling established PVA as a charitable, 501(c)(3) organization. Donations in excess of any services received are deductible from State and Federal income taxes. The PVA organization includes volunteer and compensated emergency medical technicians, and accepts all volunteers who commit the necessary time and who qualify through training with us. PVA is governed by an all volunteer Board of internal and external Directors.

Our Team

The Governance Team

PVA is governed by a Board of Directors that are elected by the corporation’s members. The Board, led by the Chairperson, reviews and approves the current business plan, and actively monitors the performance of operations management.

The Operations Team

The Operations Team, led by the Chief, is responsible for the readiness, delivery and quality of first response emergency medical services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The Chief is the Chief Executive Officer of PVA and reports to the Chairperson.

Our Fleet

Response vehicles in the Pittsford Volunteer Ambulance fleet include New York State certified ambulances for the treatment and transport of patients to area hospitals, and fly cars utilized to deploy specialized personnel and equipment to emergency scenes.

How are we doing?

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How are we doing?