Our Family Helping Your Family
Since our founding in 1970 thousands of valued citizens have answered the call to become a member of Central Oneida County Volunteer Ambulance Corps and have provided prompt and professional medical care in both emergency and non-emergency settings to the communities in and around the towns, villages, and hamlets of Westmoreland, Kirkland, Whitestown, New Hartford, Rome, and Vernon. Today, with two stations, five ambulances, 24 hour coverage, and the newest equipment and technology available, we are able to safely respond, provide care, and transport the over 3,000 patients that we assist each year quicker than ever before. Read More.
Patient Satisfaction Survey
Your Voice Matters. You will need to refer to the access code you received from the ambulance personnel. This code is provided only to COCVAC patient's to help protect the integrity of our survey results. If you are unable to locate your code, please contact our office for assistance at (315) 853-2118 ext. 235.
We are Almost There!
We would like to thank those who have already donated to Central Oneida County Volunteer Ambulance Corps for your continued support. Your tax deductible donations have helped us raise nearly $30,000 so far this year. Your contribution can help ensure the sustainability of our community programs but we still need your help to reach our goal of $50,000. As a private not-for-profit corporation, COCVAC does not receive tax dollars or town/county funding to support operational expenses. Thus Your contributions directly affect our ability to improve our emergency service capability throughout the community. Read More.