Demarest Volunteer Ambulance Corps

Founded 1961

The Fleet

Ambulance 426

2004 International/Horton Ambulance. This rig runs as First Due Ambulance on the "Even Number" Months. This rig is dedicated to Ex-Chief James "Uncle Jim" McFadden, who served 40 plus years with our organization, and was the Chief when this rig was designed and Delivered (Hence the Mets Colors)

Ambulance 427

2017 Freightliner/Braun Ambulance. This rig is state of the art with all modern technology and safety features. This rig is First Due Ambulance on all "Odd Number" Months as well as is first due for all Fire Stand-by and Rehab by requests the squad is requested for. 

First Responder /Command Vehicle 429

2010 Ford Expedition that allows EMT's to respond directly to the scene of an incident and immediately start care. This vehicle is also set up with a Command Area in the Trunk of the car to allow the EMS officer to Command a scene if necessary.  This vehicle is part of our "Special Operations" when requested. 

Medical Gator 425

This vehicle will allow us to access medical and trauma calls in the nature center along with standbys for special events such as, NVD football games, Demarest Day, Oktoberfest, and will assist with the deployment of our bike squad and any special operations calls we may be called to.
“Volunteers are the only human beings on the face of the earth who reflect this nation’s compassion, unselfish caring, patience, and just plain loving one another.” – Erma Bombeck