Want to give back to your community? Learn skills that can save a life? If so why not join East Hampton Village Ambulance Association today? To learn more about East Hampton Ambulance you can call (631) 907-8155. Please leave your name phone number and that date you called, as well as the best time to return your call.
You can be a part of the solution by:
1. Getting vaccinated
2. Wearing a mask
3. Getting tested
A Note About COVID-19
If you suspect that you have COVID-19, please DO NOT call 911 or go to the hospital unless your symptoms are SEVERE. Call your healthcare provider first! Or the NYS COVID-19 Hotline 24/7 at 1-888-364-3065 for testing information and locations.
Calling 911 to attempt to get a test for COVID-19 not only ties up emergency lines, EMS Volunteers and Staff from other emergencies, but also ties up valuable hospital beds and staff. You can also go to the Town of East Hampton Website for more COVID-19 and vaccination information.
Please call the information hotline first for testing and information, unless it is a SEVERE emergency, then dial 911.
Donate To East Hampton Village Ambulance
We are now a 501(c)(3) organization. These donations are used for replacing aging equipment, adding new equipment for use in the ever changing environment of ems, education, and volunteer retention. For more information on donations you can call (631) 907-8155 E-mail email@example.com or mailings to 1 Cedar Street East Hampton, NY 11937.
How To Join?
You can request a membership application which will outline the requirements and what is expected to volunteer by stopping by our headquarters, calling, or by sending a email.
How do I request and ambulance?
East Hampton Village Ambulance is a Volunteer 911 Emergency Ambulance Service, in the event of an emergency please dial 911. We do not do non-emergency hospital transports.
Do I Get Charged For Ambulance Services?
East Hampton Village Ambulance is a Volunteer based 911 Ambulance Service that is funded by local taxes. We do not bill for transportation.
What To Expect When Dialing 911?
When you dial 911 by landline or cell phone you will be connected with the local 911 center. For most calls in East Hampton they are answered by East Hampton Village Emergency Communications. The following questions will be asked when you call:
- What is the address of the emergency?
- What is the nearest cross street or street on the corner?
- What is the phone number you are calling from?
- What is the problem?
The Emergency Dispatcher will then ask you additional questions to better supply the responding ambulance with updated information.
Have a Quesiton?
If you have a question, would like to say thank you, or if your looking to become a volunteer please contact us.