VOLUNTEER AMBULANCE CORPS
Damascus Township Volunteer Ambulance Corps is looking for volunteers to
help this completely FREE service to continue to provide excellent emergency
services to our community. We treat all our patients and familes with respect,
and the needs and comfort of the patients and their families are our most
important functions. We will strive to continue this vital community service.
For 5 decades, Damascus Ambulance has not charged for any services (with a
membership contribution), and is proud and pleased to be able continue this
valuable service through generous contributions of time and money by the
BUT ... WE NEED YOUR
FREE TRAINING FOR ACTIVE
active EMT's, First Responders and Certified Drivers receive training at
absolutely no cost to the volunteer.
--- Supporting Members are also needed
to help with fund-raising activities to continue to pay for ambulances, vehicle
fuel and maintenance, state of the art equipment, and training.
THROUGH CONTINUED SUPPORT OF THE COMMUNITY WE HAVE RECENTLY PURCHASED A
NEW AMBULANCE AND UPDATED OUR EQUIPMENT!
Vehicles and equipment are very expensive to purchase and
maintain, but are necessary to provide the best care available.
--- Help us help our neighbors!
--- Become a member of one of the last
ambulance corps in the area to PROUDLY provide FREE AMBULANCE
SERVICES to the community.
--- Choose your shift to volunteer! Just a few
hours of your time a month helps tremendously!
AREAS WE COVER:
of Damascus Township (northern part)
--- 1/2 of Lebanon Township (eastern
--- ALL of Manchester Township
--- 1/4 of Buckingham Township
Through Mutual Aid with other ambulance corps we
recently have helped provide care with Tusten Ambulance, Cochecton Ambulance,
Upper Delaware Ambulance, Northern Wayne Ambulance, Pleasant Mount Emergency
Services and Honesdale Emergency services. In return, those organizations
provide mutual aid for emergencies when more than two ambulances are needed to
help sick or injured people. We also work hand-in-hand with the volunteer fire
companies at fires, automobile accidents and farm accidents.
for information on how to help - contact our Membership Chairman (570-224-4552),
or write to PO Box 63, Damascus, PA 18415, or attend our meetings held on the
Second Monday of each moth at the Ambulance Building at 1290 Cochecton Turnpike
in Tyler Hill.
REMEMBER - WHEN YOU NEED EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES, WE'LL BE