IF YOU HAVE AN EMERGENCY CALL 911
Celebrating 50 Years of Service to:
Plymouth - Terryville - Pequabuck
We understand that there is a great deal of uncertainty with this virus. Be assured that we will continue to service this great community and respond to emergencies and calls for service.
The answers to many questions the general public may have about COVID-19 can be found by calling 2-1-1 or by texting "CTCOVID" to 898211.
You may also visit the state's coronavirus information website at www.ct.gov/coronavirus. These resources are available 24/7.
The "File of Life" is a method of ensuring First Responders are aware of critical medical information in the event of an emergency. Usually, this is placed on your refrigerator with the built-in magnet!
Should you be unable to coherently communicate with medical personnel, this allows us have quick access to medical information you feel is most important to your care.
Examples include: Recent medical history such as surgery, medications, allergies and emergency contacts!
We are currently looking for new members to join our dedicated team!
As a first responder you will be able to serve your community, learn more about emergency services and become part of a caring and dedicated team!
The Plymouth Volunteer Ambulance Corps is currently celebrating 50 years of service to the Plymouth Community!
Thanks to the aspiring efforts of Dr. Bonnie-Marie Doughty-Jenkins, Vice President of the board of directors of PVAC, we can proudly say that our town is a Heart Safe Community. In partnership with Eli Terry Jr. Middle School, Dr. Bonnie as well as PVAC members have been certifying these middle schoolers, teachers and faculty in hands only CPR for the past 23 years! In addition to that there have been numerous AEDs placed throughout the town, as well as a high statistic of people who are certified in CPR and AED. Great job to all!
PVAC Leadership welcomes all peoples enthusiasm, imagination, drive and ingenuity to further improve our organization.
PVAC feels this will be accomplished through :
Membership – Providing opportunity, dignity, and respect for our members in a safe and mutually rewarding environment.
Integrity – Maintaining the highest ethical standards, honoring our commitments and being open and honest in all that we do.
Empowerment – Recognizing that our members is the source of PVAC success; enabling everyone to make a positive personal impact while being accountable for their behaviors and the results they deliver to our communities.
Collaboration – Building inclusive team work between Emergency Services that leverage our collective experience to further our community in its times of need.
Continuous Improvement – Creating a culture that embraces change and innovation, improves processes to produce an unwavering commitment to patient care quality.