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The Valhalla Ambulance Corps was chartered in 1961 to provide ambulance service to Valhalla and North White Plains. Currently, we serve the Valhalla and North White Plains Fire Districts boundaries and provide support on major roadways including the Taconic State, Bronx River, and Sprain Brook Parkways. In addition, we have a mutual agreement to assist our neighboring communities if their own ambulances become unavailable.

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Phone: (914) 946-8138
(For emergencies dial 911)

Mailing Address: PO Box 14 Valhalla, NY 10595

Email us at Membership@ValhallaVAC.com

History

Our First Ambulance, the “Green Bomb.” A 1952 Cadillac weighing 6800 pounds.


On July 23rd, 1961 at 6:00 am, the Valhalla VAC began operating and received three calls on their first day of service. With 23 members, the Corps provided service to approximately 1500 families and was available at no charge 24 hours a day.

1965 Valhalla Ambulance Corps Headquarters.
By the end of 1965, things settled down and VAC was able to order its first new ambulance, a maroon and white 1966 Cotner Bevington built on an Oldsmobile 98 chassis at a cost of $14,900.

The VAC bank account at this time had approximately $15,000 and the new building was estimated to cost close to $100,000. Again, committed, dedicated VAC volunteers and residents pitched in.

The construction of our current headquarters on 1 Westlake Drive in Valhalla, New York.

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Yearly Calls

882
2022
848
2021
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Daisy Troop 1179 paid us a visit at Headquarters tonight. We taught them all about First Aid, how to call 911, how our stretchers work and of course a tour of those really cool ambulances. Recruitment for new members starts young 😂… We’re hoping a few fill out new member applications. ... See MoreSee Less
Wishing everyone a Happy Thanksgiving, especially our brothers and sisters in EMS, Fire and Police working today to keep everyone safe! ... See MoreSee Less
Wishing everyone a Happy Thanksgiving, especially our brothers and sisters in EMS, Fire and Police working today to keep everyone safe!

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Happy thanksgiving and be safe

Happy Thanksgiving! Grateful for all you do!

You as well and thank you

It’s always bittersweet when apparatus leaves your bay for the last time….
So long 82-B3, you served our town well.
We now eagerly await its replacement (that’s the sweet part) 🚑
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It’s always bittersweet when apparatus leaves your bay for the last time…. 
So long 82-B3, you served our town well. 
We now eagerly await its replacement (that’s the sweet part)  🚑Image attachmentImage attachment

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Did you get rid of the unit without a replacement physically being there?

Trunk or Treat at Westlake High School was a success! Costumes were great and our oldest patient 💀made an appearance once again. ... See MoreSee Less
Trunk or Treat at Westlake High School was a success! Costumes were great and our oldest patient 💀made an appearance once again.Image attachmentImage attachment
Great time promoting all we do at today’s Mount Pleasant Street Fair. ... See MoreSee Less
A break in the rain today allowed Westchester Medical Center’s Family Fun Day to go on as planned. And we were lucky enough to standby and provide EMS. Great day!! ... See MoreSee Less
A break in the rain today allowed Westchester Medical Center’s Family Fun Day to go on as planned. And we were lucky enough to standby and provide EMS. Great day!!Image attachmentImage attachment
Drill Night…. Practice like you play.
Vehicle extrication and on scene EMS care during motor vehicle accidents is all too common. Our area is host to many parkways, highways and busy single lane roadways making it prone to a high number of auto accidents. Training on these scenarios is critically important. Thank you Valhalla FD for the collab drill tonight!
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Drill Night…. Practice like you play.
Vehicle extrication and on scene EMS care during motor vehicle accidents is all too common. Our area is host to many parkways, highways and busy single lane roadways making it prone to a high number of auto accidents. Training on these scenarios is critically important. Thank you  Valhalla FD for the collab drill tonight!Image attachmentImage attachment
WE NEED YOU 🫵🏼 !!! Read this…. It could change someone’s life.
Please consider donating blood at our community blood drive. In return, earn some well deserved goodies and treats from some of the fine establishments in town.
Blood drive is 9/16 from 9 am to 3 pm at our HQ on Westlake Dr.
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WE NEED YOU 🫵🏼 !!! Read this…. It could change someone’s life.
Please consider donating blood at our community blood drive. In return, earn some well deserved goodies and treats from some of the fine establishments in town.
Blood drive is 9/16 from 9 am to 3 pm at our HQ on Westlake Dr.
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