Celebrating over 50 Years of Service to:
Plymouth - Terryville - Pequabuck
A few hours of your time can mean life or death to others.
Plymouth Volunteer Ambulance Corps was established in 1968 to provide emergency medical services to the Town of Plymouth, CT. Including Terryville, Pequabuck, Plymouth Village. We also provide mutual aid service to the Town of Thomaston and the City of Bristol. Our professional crew is made up of members of the community as well as surrounding towns.
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!
Special Thanks to Dr. Bonnie-Marie Doughty-Jenkins PVAC Board of Directors-President in Partnership with Eli Terry Jr. Middle School and PVAC volunteers who have actively participated in teaching hands only CPR to students, teachers, and faculty for the past 27 years.