Commack Volunteer Ambulance Corps


2019 Call Statistics
Jan 290
Feb 275
Mar 293
Apr 296
May 287
Jun 310
Total 1751

Past Incidents
2018 3,785
2017 3,878
2016 3,396
2015 3,548
2014 3,362
2013 3,060
2012 2,984
2011 2,938

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January 1, 2016
Visitors Today
Jul 20, 2019

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No Caption Commack Ambulance assist SCPD delivery a baby

Web Coordinator Devin Malloy, July 19

In the early morning hours of Friday July 19th Commack Ambulance was activated for a female in labor. Suffolk County Police 4th Pct officers were the first on the scene and coached the mother through the delivery of her second child, a baby girl. Commack EMS arrived seconds later with an ambulance and the paramedic responder. The crew was able to cut the cord, assess both the mother and baby and transport ... (Full Story & Photos)

Its gonna be a Hot One! Safety First!

Web Coordinator Devin Malloy, July 19

According to the news stations Heat Index Values are 95 to 104 today and up to around 110
Saturday and Sunday.

As hot temperatures challenge many parts of the country this week, follow these 3 tips to stay safe:

Stay hydrated with plenty of water

Avoid strenuous activity

Look out for signs of heat exhaustion & heat stroke... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption 5 Car Crash sends 2 patients to Huntington

Web Coordinator Devin Malloy, July 18

On Thursday July 18th around 9:30 Commack Ambulance was activated for a motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Larkfield Road and Jericho Turnpike.

Under the command of Chief of Department Bob Cavalieri it was determined that there was 5 cars involved in the accident. 2-16-31, 33, the medic and ambulances 2-16- 15, 17, 18, 19 responded.

Multiple patients were assessed. It was determined ... (Full Story & Photos)

Wilderness Rescue

Web Coordinator Devin Malloy, July 09

Tuesday July 9th, remained a busy day for Commack Ambulance at 1841 we were activated for a report of a male with a traumatic injury on Schuyler Drive in Commack. Upon arrival units found their male patient approximately 100 feet into the woods, with non life threatening injuries. Due to the difficult location of the patient Commack EMS requested Commack Fire for a stokes basket. With assistance from ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Chocolate Factory Mishap

Web Coordinator Devin Malloy, July 09

On Tuesday July 9th, the Commack Volunteer Ambulance Corps, along with Commack Fire Department and the Suffolk County Police Department was requested to respond to 74 Mall Drive for a report of a male that was trapped in a 20,000 gallon mixing tank. Upon arrival ,the units found one male patient had fell into a mixing tank of chocolate. The patient was no longer in the mixing tank with non life threatening ... (Full Story & Photos)


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Commack Volunteer Ambulance Corps
PO Box 819
Commack, NY 11725
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Non-Emergency: 631-499-9342
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