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Healthcare Directory—Honeoye Falls - Mendon Volunteer Ambulance (HFMVA)

Honeoye Falls - Mendon Volunteer Ambulance (HFMVA)


HFMVA is the primary emergency medical services provider for the Town of Mendon and Village of Honeoye Falls in Upstate NY. Officially a department of the Village of Honeoye Falls, HFMVA serves a total population of approximately 8,000 residents in a 40 square-mile district, covering 800-1000 requests for service each year.

In addition to providing in-district EMS coverage, HFMVA responds to mutual-aid calls with fire and EMS agencies in Pittsford, Rush, Victor, Henrietta, Lima, and other surrounding municipalities. HFMVA’s advanced life support (ALS) units are also available to respond throughout Monroe, Livingston and Ontario counties.

HFMVA is a member agency of Monroe County Battalion 5, which also includes fire and EMS agencies from Rush, Henrietta and West Brighton. We are dispatched through the Monroe County 911 center.


EMERGENCY? Call 9-1-1 or your local ambulance service

PO Box 235
Honeoye Falls New York 14472
Monroe County
Phone: 585-624-2200

Location Comments: Honeoye Falls - Mendon Volunteer Ambulance, Inc., is a public safety and health care organization whose mission is: * To provide timely, professional, pre-hospital emergency medical care and transport that is of the highest quality, administered with skill, compassion and dignity to all who require such service within the municipal and mutual aid areas served; * To coordinate and direct pre-hospital care resources and operations in the event of a medical emergency or disaster, and maintain a constant state of readiness for such occurrences at all times; * To provide all such services without regard to a patients' sex, race, color, creed, national origin, gender preference, political views, ability to pay, or any other characteristic provided by law.

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