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Victor Farmington Volunteer Ambulance Corps


Victor - Farmington Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Inc. operates from one centrally located station covering nearly 70 sq. miles and one satellite station. The headquarters facility has a communication room / dispatch room with capabilities of communication on several Ontario and Monroe County EMS and inner-county frequencies. Our geographic borders frequently require inner county teamwork at multiple patient scenes or mutual aid request with Monroe and Wayne county departments.


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

1321 East Victor Road
Victor New York 14564
Ontario County
Phone: 585-924-3959

Location Comments: Each ambulance is equipped with Immediate and Advanced Life Support (ALS) equipment with the identifiers of Medic 67, Medic 68, and Medic 69. The ALS program has implemented Class III controlled substance medications commonly used for Pain Management, Cardiac, and Seizures. Most Recently, the ALS program has achieved additional accreditation to perform Rapid Sequence Induction (RSI) procedures in the field. The program has added additional advanced Airway Skills and Equipment, including surgical airway. Our department is the only volunteer ambulance in our four-county region (Wayne, Ontario, Yates, Seneca) to implement this advanced airway procedure.

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