The Park Slope Volunteer Ambulance Corps, or PSVAC, is a community organization that provides emergency medical response, rescue operations, patient assessment, treatment, and transport, regardless of ability to pay in Brooklyn, New York. Since 1992, members have responded to over ten thousand calls for help.
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... The Corps is composed of unpaid volunteers who donate their time and a wide range of skills and experience ... Members who work on PSVAC's ambulances are all highly trained medical personnel, capable of handling a wide range of emergency situations ... Most members are New York State certified EMT-Bs and work on the ambulances ...
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