The mission of Central Oneida County Volunteer Ambulance Corps is to provide immediate availability of quality and professional emergency medical services and patient transportation services to the ill and injured residing in, visiting, or traveling through our service area.
Our family is made up of over 100 valued citizens and neighbors who since 1970 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 Augusta, Kirkland, Marshal, Sangerfield, Vernon, Westmoreland, and Whitestown. With three 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 5,000 patients that we assist each year quicker than ever before.
As political, fiscal, and cultural challenges continue to affect Emergency Medical Services, COCVAC continues to grow and expand. By overcoming these many challenges and taking on new and exciting opportunities, we have ensured that "our family" will continue to "help your family" for decades to come.