LVAC raises $876 for Children’s Hospital

Thanks to the generosity of motorists passing through the intersection of Broadway & Transit on the morning of April 29, Team LVAC raised $876.78 to help treat sick kids at Children’s Hospital as part of Buffalo News Kids Day. In the three years LVAC has...

Councilman lauds LVAC at annual awards dinner

LVAC held its annual awards dinner and installation of officers on Feb. 8, 2014 at the Lancaster Elks Lodge. Lancaster Councilman John M. Abraham Jr. served as Master of Ceremonies. He was made an honorary member of LVAC for his support of the Corps, including...

Year-end report: LVAC responded to 3,663 calls in 2013

LVAC responded to 3,663 emergencies in 2013. Crews were dispatched most often for a fall victim (429), a sick person (416) and breathing problems (311). For a full list of calls by medical category, visit our call statistics page. We are thankful for assistance at...

LVAC names new medical director

LVAC is pleased to introduce Dr. Joe Bart as its new medical director. A medical director provides oversight to the medical care, delivery, protocols, training and assurance of quality. “My role at LVAC is to maintain a high level of emergency medical care...

1st Annual Chicken and Rib BBQ fundraiser planned

LVAC will host its 1st Annual Chicken and Rib BBQ Saturday, August 31 beginning at noon. All proceeds will benefit the LVAC Special Operations Unit, which includes the Emergency Bicycle Unit, SWAT Medics and our new Rescue Medic program. $10 for Chicken dinner $12 for...

LVAC teaches CPR at high school

LVAC was dispatched on the morning of May 22, 2013 for an individual at Lancaster High School experiencing a life-threatening situation. Our crews performed advanced life support procedures to stabilize the patient who was transported to a local specialty cardiac care...

New ambulance added to LVAC fleet

The newest addition to our fleet of vehicles is a 2012 Ford Type II van ambulance. Designated by Erie County as “826,” it is LVAC’s first van-style ambulance in 25 years. It carries the same life-saving equipment as our modular, or “big...
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