Montvale ~ Park Ridge ~ Woodcliff Lake NJ
Serving Proudly Since 1938
Our EMT'S are state certified and offer professional, compassionate care to those in need.
Celebrating 82 Years of Service
1938 - 2020
82 years of highly trained volunteers, providing kind and compassionate care to those in need. We do it because we care about the people who live and work in the communities we serve. Illness or accidents happen in a moment. Your call for help is our biggest priority. We are here for you 24/7, 365 days a year. No holidays for us! And in case you didn't know we do not charge a penny for this service. Our VOLUNTEERS never charge.
URGENT - MEMBERS NEEDED
Our all VOLUNTEER crews are here to answer YOUR call for help 24 hours a
day, 365 days a year. Typically we respond to as many as 1600 calls for help
including serious medical emergencies, motor vehicle accidents, injuries
suffered at home, at work, in school, or on the many sport and recreation
fields in our communities.
Our 2019 Fund Drive Has Come to a Close!!
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT DURING OUR 2019 FUND DRIVE!!!
PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO HELP US TO HELP YOU.
A motor vehicle crash, a child choking, an
elderly parent who falls in the middle of the night. These are just a few of the many 911
emergencies that your volunteer ambulance corps responds to. The Tri-Boro Volunteer
Ambulance Corps (TBVAC) provides service to the residents and visitors of Park Ridge,
Montvale, and Woodcliff Lake at no charge - we have never billed for our service! Our
Corps is comprised of all volunteer members who are highly trained emergency
medical professionals. They are your friends, neighbors, and local business owners.
They are available to you 24 hours/day, 7 days/week, 365 days/year.
With that said, we still must raise the
necessary funds needed to run the corps on a day-to-day basis, for this we need your
help. Remember, with all the uncertainties of life you have the certainty that
Tri-Boro Volunteer Ambulance Corps will be there for you day and night. Please help us
continue to provide you with that peace of mind.
Interested in becoming a volunteer? Why not consider joining us? Please visit the membership tab on this site for more information or speak to any of our members.
With your support we can continue to provide life saving services to the community!
Revised: March 12, 2020