Borough of Haworth, Volunteer Ambulance Corps

Phone (201) 384-9575
Fax (201) 384-9575
The Haworth Volunteer Ambulance Corps is pleased to provide this important Medical and Medication form to all residents. We strongly recommend everyone complete this form and have the information readily available in the event of a medical emergency.  click here
The Haworth Volunteer Ambulance Corps provides emergency care in addition to providing transportation and loaner equipment to the residents and businesses of Haworth and the surrounding towns. Programs: First aid training for the local Scouting programs CPR training for the grammar school students and teachers, Haworth Police and Fire Department members. Have you always wanted to help your friends and family at times of crisis? Come and join your neighbors who make up the HAWORTH VOLUNTEER AMBULANCE CORPS. Training is provided FREE OF CHARGE, no experience necessary. We need members in all positions, and we can work with your schedule. Drivers - must be at least 21 years old, have a clean driving record, be able to help lift patients and medical equipment. Drivers' training and CPR training provided. First Responders - must be at least 18 years old. First Responder Emergency training provided. Emergency Medical Technicians - must be at least 18 years old. Train at local EMS facility (Paramus, Teterboro, or Mahwah). Junior Membership - 16-18 years. First Responder or EMT training. Junior membership enrollment is limited and shall be on a first come basis. Come meet with us any Sunday at the Park Street Building between 10:00 am and noon.  MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION.
Our services are always 100% free! We do not charge for treatment or transport.
Junior Memberships: The Haworth Volunteer Ambulance Corps currently has two (2) junior memberships available. If you are between the ages of 16 and 18 and are interested in joining, please call 201-384-9575. Over 18 and interested? Call us or stop by the Park Street Facility any Sunday 10 - 12.
ICE (In Case of Emergency): If you have a cell phone, you should have an ICE listing in your cell phonebook. If a medical event prevents you from speaking or remembering medical information, medical personnel can check your cell phone and call a representative of your choice to obtain vital medical information. Please add this listing to your cell phone. Make a copy of your medical history, medications, allergies, doctors name and choice of hospital to give to your representative.