Sleepy Hollow's Emergency Medical Services is a volunteer organization, assisted by Paid Staffing.The Sleepy Hollow Ambulance Corps responds to over 800 emergency calls per year and operates two basic life support (BLS) ambulances and an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) fly-car. It is a New York State Certified Emergency Medical Service (EMS) and is equipped with state of the art defibrillators. Advanced life support (ALS) is provided by Mount Pleasant Paramedics. The Corps has been awarded numerous citations over the years including unit citations in 2002 and 2005 by the Westchester County Regional EMS Council for its recent improvements.
Richard D'Alessandro is the current Chief of EMS for the SHVAC.
He also works as a Police Sergeant for the Sleepy Hollow Police Department and is a longtime resident of Sleepy Hollow & Tarrytown.
Currently looking for volunteers.
|Richard D'Alessandro||Chief - EMS||(914) 631-1962|