Southampton Volunteer Ambulance, not to be confused with Southampton Village Volunteer Ambulance, is a volunteer…More corps in the hamlet of North Sea. The corps's service area covers approximately 48 square miles and borders to the north with Sag Harbor Volunteer Ambulance, the the east with Bridgehampton Fire Department, to the south with Southampton Village Volunteer Ambulance and to the west with Hampton Bays Volunteer Ambulance.</p>
<p>Southampton Volunteer Ambulance answers nearly 800 calls each year. The corps has three advanced life support ambulances, two advanced life support first responder vehicles and two basic life support first responder vehicles. There are approximately 50 volunteer members.</p>
Southampton Village Volunteer Ambulance 44 Meeting House Ln, Southampton, NY11968 Southampton Village Volunteer Ambulance has vehicles equipped for both basic and advanced life support. The ambulance…More corps primarily transports patients to Southampton Hospital, but according to emergency protocol, the corps may travel to hospitals further west or transfer a patient to a Suffolk County Police Medevac helicopter. Department meetings are held the third Monday of each month at 7pm. Southampton Village trustee Paul Robinson is the village board liason to the ambulance corps.
Sag Harbor Volunteer Ambulance Corps 16 Columbia St, Sag Harbor, NY11963 The Sag Harbor Ambulance Building is located on Columbia Street behind the Sag Harbor Fire Department Headquarters on…More Brick Kiln Road. The corps was founded in 1932 and the current ambulance barn was dedicated in 1992 to John A. Schoen.
Last Chance Animal Rescue 61 Shore Rd, Southampton, NY11968 Last Chance Animal Rescue is a non-profit organization which is dedicated to saving the lives of animals by sheltering…More dogs and cats in its "no kill" facilities. It works with local veterinarians to make sure animals receive necessary medical attention and hosts adoption days and events. Volunteers and donations are welcome.