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The responsibility of the Medic is to evaluate the condition of their patient, provide the appropriate medical care while at the emergency scene and during transport to the medical facility in accordance to NYS and regional BLS and ALS protocols, transfer the patient to the care of medical facility staff, and to accurately document the care they provided at completion of call. Medics must be a NYS certified Emergency Medical Technician – Basic or Paramedic and complete appropriate training.


Emergency Medical Technicians-Basic (EMT-B) respond to emergency calls to provide efficient and immediate care to the critically ill and injured, and to transport the patient to a medical facility in accordance to BLS protocol.


Emergency Medical Technicians-Paramedic (EMT-P) provide more advanced medical care, beyond that of an EMT-Basic, in accordance to ALS protocols. These tasks include: cardiac monitoring, intubation, and administering IV medications.

Please remember to dial 911 in any emergency.

Manual Application Submission Option

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The manual PDF application form is meant to be printed out and completed by hand. Before you click to go to the application, please read the following instructions.

Submit Applications by regular mail or email to:


Attn. Application Committee
Penfield Volunteer Emergency
Ambulance Service P.O.Box 220
Penfield, NY 14526


Email the completed form as an attachment to Rich Sperduto at:

You will be required to sign the completed application at your interview or you may bring a signed copy with you.

Please remember to dial 911 in any emergency.

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Who Can Volunteer? You Can!

Penfield Ambulance volunteers are men and women of many ages and backgrounds who take pride in their skills serving our community. Volunteers come from many backgrounds including:

  • StudentsBusiness men and women
  • Skilled Trades
  • Engineers
  • Retail sales
  • Service industry
  • Medical professionals
  • Teachers
  • Parents
  • Retirees

View a PDF of “Welcome to Penfield Ambulance”

Some reasons people joined:

  • I became interested when the ambulance came to help my neighbor.
  • I wanted to ‘give back’ to the community in a meaningful way.
  • I retired and was looking for a way to continue to use my skills.
  • I wanted to meet a new circle of friends.
  • It’s something I always wanted to do but never before had time.

Please remember to dial 911 in any emergency.