For almost 50 years, COCVAC has provided
emergency, non-emergency, and training to the communities in Central Oneida County.We take pride in fast, modern, ans professional treatment and transport to all those in need in our community.
Think about the number of times a day you may hear sirens. The news story about a natural disaster or a large accident. When is the last time you felt helpless watching as someone was suffering?
Volunteering in EMS has two solutions. One, You get trained to help those in need. Two, you are the one who responds to those in need.
It has never been more critical to volunteer. Many who have given their time can’t afford to give as much with today’s economy and having to work so much to support their families. Every volunteer fills a gap, a need in the community where someone can’t be to help.
You can be the hero in your own story. You can be the hero in someone else's story.
From Our President
On behalf of the Board of Directors, I am proud to announce Adam Shaver as the new Chief, and Thomas Meyers as the new Assistant Chief of Central Oneida County Volunteer Ambulance Corps. Adam and Tommy are both committed to this agency, it’s members and the community that it serves. Together with Deputy Chief Leslie Myers, I have faith that they can lead COCVAC to its place as the premier agency in the area. Please join me in congratulating them on their promotions and lets work together to provide the best possible care to our patients and to continue to serve our communities.