NYS OASAS Opioid Training Here at Gates Ambulance on December 12th 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm. This training is open to everyone in the community to attend. You do not have to be a Gates resident to attend. All registered participants will leave with a rescue kit and training on how to use it. Only registered attendees receive a rescue kit. 

Appropriate training for teens to adults. 
pre-register at: https://tinyurl.com/y3kqmc5d

 

 

 

Congratulations to Ed Mauro with 20,000 hours  of volunteer service, Nancy Mauro with 25,000 hours of volunteer service and Peter DiSalvo with 22,000 hours of service. These three individuals along with the rest of our volunteers are an invaluable asset to Gates Volunteer Ambulance. Without you we would not be who we are today. Your dedication and consistent donation of your time over many many years deserves recognition and respect. Thank you for your selfless contribution!

Congratulations to Ed Pink, Gina Schultz, David Noltee, Greg Lundahl, Aidan Hooper, John Centola, Alyssa Tavino, Christopher Fall, John Roman, Jeanette McCorry, Melodie Kolmetz, Michael Waterhouse, Kalliopi Herouvis , Jacob Nulsen and James Perreault. These individuals all provided care to a patient this past year that resulted in ROSC or return of spontaneous circulation. This means that a patient was found to be not breathing and due to the care provided by these individuals, the patient began to breath again and was given the best possible chance of survival. Great job!!! Gates Ambulance is extremely proud of you!

Pete DiSalvo and Ann Colasurdo providing EMS for the Spencerport football game!

 

 

 

 

 Gates Ambulance Participates in Opioid Awareness at Gates Chili HS with Gates Fire, Gates PD and Monroe County Narcotic Taskforce. Bringing an important message to our young adults on the real life dangers of opioid abuse. 

 

 

In light of recent events, Gates Volunteer Ambulance has sent several members to be trained to teach “Stop the Bleed.”  This is a class brought to us by the American College of Surgeons, The Committee on Trauma and brought locally by URMC Kessler Burn and Trauma.  This course is designed to teach you, the public and bystanders, how to make an immense difference in saving people’s lives at a mass casualty event.  You are the ones who are going to make the biggest difference in saving lives! 

Gates Volunteer Ambulance is offering this training, free of charge, to the public.  Please follow this link in order to enroll in a training session, more training opportunities will be posted in the near future.  For any questions please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 247-5519 X109 for our training department.

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Welcome to the online home of Gates Volunteer Ambulance Service, Inc. Our agency provides emergency medical service and transportation to the residents of Gates, Ogden, Spencerport and Parma New York. With a membership of approximately 216 trained, professional responders, we're ready to answer your call for help.

But we're more than just emergency transportation. We understand that the key to being healthy is keeping each other safe in the first place. That’s why we offer many prevention services for our residents, including a weekly blood pressure clinic and one of the first child safety seat checks in the area.

After answering nearly 7,500 calls for help each year, chances are you or someone you know have met the professionals of GVAS.

Our Headquarters is located at 1001 Elmgrove Rd. Rochester, NY 14624. Station 2 is located at 1600 Buffalo Rd. Rochester, NY 14624 and Station 3 is located in the Village of Spencerport at 116 Lyell Ave. Spencerport, NY 14559.

Please visit us at either station to learn about ways to keep you and your family healthy. Do you think you have what it takes to be an emergency medical services volunteer? We offer free training and the experience of a lifetime.