The New London Day

A shout-out to all of our members and to all local civil service members. This job could not be done without the devotion of everyone involved. Keep it up! Please check out SVAC on the front page of the local news.

HeartSafe Community

1st Selectman Robert Simmons presented Stonington Ambulance the certificate for a HeartSafe Community for the 2nd time. EMT Jill Bauer gathered the info from various agencies in town to be able to apply again for a three year designation which was granted. A HeartSafe Community means that a percentage of community members are trained in …

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CT Ghostbusters! Making new friends with Stonington Ambulance crew and community! We had the pleasure of meeting them at the Saint Patrick’s day parade.  

Teddy Bears!

First Baptist Church of North Stonington who collected Teddy Bears for us to hand out to children to help calm them during stressful situations when we respond. We are very grateful for their donation and commitment to work with First Responders. Pictured is: LT. Alberti, Doreen Gerrish, Roger Gerrish, Chief Hersh and EMT Rachael Jones

HEARTSafe Community

Stonington Volunteer Ambulance Corps (SVAC) has made powerful strides in the last few months to improve the life-saving resources available to local residents. After months of preparation and training, SVAC is proud to announce it has obtained the designation of HEARTSafe Community for the Town of Stonington. After the establishment of  SVAC’s CPR training site, …

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CPR Training now available!

Stonington Volunteer Ambulance is now offering: CPR Training. Healthcare Provider BLS CPR with AED = $60 per person Heart Saver CPR with AED (Adult, Child, and Infant) = $50 per person Heart Saver CPR with AED and First Aid (Adult, Chile and Infant) = 60 per person First Aid only = $35 per person We …

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Breast Cancer Awareness 2015

The members of SVAC support Breast Cancer Awareness. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. While most people are aware of breast cancer, many forget to take the steps to have a plan to detect the disease in its early stages and encourage others to do …

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