Flatlands Volunteer Ambulance
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Flatlands Volunteer Ambulance Corps (FVAC) was founded in 1975 by a group of dedicated community members More ...

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Flatlands Volunteer Ambulance Corps

Flatlands Volunteer Ambulance Corps (FVAC) was founded in 1975 by a group of dedicated community members to provide pre-hospital care and transportation and training in serving the residents, visitors and businesses in our South Brooklyn communities of Bergen Beach, Flatlands, Fraser, Futurama, Georgetown, Marine Park, Mill Basin and Mill Island. Our organization service area encompasses the entire 63rd Precinct and part of the 61st Precinct of the NYPD.

Currently, we respond to over 1,500 emergency calls annually, providing both BLS - Basic Life Support (EMT- Emergency Medical Technician)  and ALS - Advanced Life Support (Paramedic) response as a New York City 911-participating ambulance. Our district is home to approximately 140,000 people. Within our district we have major shopping centers, two hospitals, a sports and recreation complex, a wildlife refuge, a marina, a heliport, a bus depot, a railroad, a highway, major thoroughfares, a national park, a US Navy reserve station, a chemical plant and two hazardous waste processing facilities, and several other locations that occasionally test our response capabilities.

In addition to our 11 square mile response area, we provide mutual aid to the Fire Department of the City of New York’s EMS Command (FDNY). We are a participating member of the FDNY Mutual Aid Radio System and have provided coverage outside of our area during times of disaster including the August 2003 Northeast Blackout, the terrorist attacks on 9/11/01, COVID-19 Surges, Superstrom Sandy, and the bombing of the World Trade Center in 1993.

Taking FVAC crews out of service would prove detrimental to our community.

We are asking for donations from you to help us continue our service to the community!

We need your help now more than ever.