Always call 911 in an emergency

Skilled hands. Cool heads. Caring hearts.

Community Services

Pittsford residents can take advantage of the following PVA services:
  • Blood Pressure checks between 8:00am and 9:00pm
  • Walk-in emergency first aid
  • Community instruction for CPR, First Aid, and Automatic External Defibrillators (AED)
  • Safety and emergency care information
  • EMS Alert cards in magnetic plastic holders
  • Use of canes, crutches, walkers, and wheelchairs from our loan closet
  • Tours of our base available to any organization
  • Standby medical support for community and school sporting events
  • Educational and speaking engagements upon request
  • High school student medical career Explorer Post

If you have any questions about the community services we provide, please call us at 585-385-2401.

Monthly American Heart Association Community CPR Class

Do you want to learn how to perform CPR? Nearly 90% of all cardiac arrest victims collapse in their home, or in a public setting. Bystander CPR is proven to improve the chance of survival for victims of sudden cardiac arrest. Knowing how to perform CPR empowers you to help your family and your community - you will help us save lives!

Come to Pittsford Volunteer Ambulance to be certified in American Heart Association CPR. Learn and practice a life-saving skill, and take home the ability to help those around you in their greatest time of need.

We will be holding classes at the PVA base on the first Tuesday of each month, from 6-10pm. We welcome individuals, groups, and organizations to join our classes! To learn more or to sign up for a class, please use our CPR Class Contact Form. Our Community Outreach Coordinator will return your inquiries within 2 business days.

CPR Class Contact Form

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