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South Manor

Manor Park

& Calverton

Since 1974

About Us

Manorville Community Ambulance serves one of the largest ambulance districts in the state of New York. We utilize three state of the art Advanced Life Support ambulance and numerous support vehicles. The company responds to approximately 1,200 medical calls for help per year along with numerous assist calls for the Manorville Fire Department.

While staffed mostly by volunteers, Manorville Ambulance keeps a paid Advanced Life Support provider on call twenty-four hours a day and a paid Basic Life Support Provider on call Monday through Friday during daytime hours


Volunteering can benefit you in many ways. Some rewards are personal. You will earn respect from everyone who learns you are a volunteer. You will gain immense pride from your accomplishments and the knowledge and skills you acquire from your training. Some of the strongest social ties you will ever make will be with your brother and sister volunteers. And, of course, there is little that can compare to the satisfaction that comes from doing an important job well while contributing to the security and welfare of your community.

There are material rewards as well. The volunteer services are valued at every level of society, and there are a variety of incentives available from the federal, state, and county governments, as well as your local fire and EMS companies.

  • Property tax reductions
  • State income tax benefits
  • Free health checkups
  • College tuition reimbursement
  • Service pensions
  • Free equipment and training

For details on the benefits available in your community, speak with a recruitment coordinator today!


By volunteering to provide emergency medical services, you will be making a commitment of time – roughly 4 hours a week to be precise. In addition to going out on calls, you will spend time training, attending meetings, maintaining the equipment, and a variety of other duties. Of course, there is no limit to how much time you are willing to give.

Volunteering at Manorville Community Ambulance does not mean you have to be an EMT. We welcome drivers who aide the EMT’s while on call.

Volunteering requires you to devote time to learning and maintaining skills. All your training will be provided and, once your training is complete, you will be expertly prepared to respond professionally as part of your community’s first line of defense in time of crisis.


Ⓒ 2022 Manorville Community Ambulance
Created by Ray Larsen