WHAT WE DO
Response time and quality of care are crucial during emergencies. Spring Hill EMS has 200 EMTs who are highly trained in how to treat all pre-hospital emergencies, and our fleet of eight vehicles are fully outfitted with cutting edge equipment.
We service towns of Ramapo and Clarkstown, which includes villages of Kaser, New Hempstead, New Square, Pomona, Spring Valley, and Wesley Hills. Spring Hill EMS also provides coverage to the hamlets of Hillcrest, Monsey, and other unincorporated areas.
Sensitivity, dedication, skill, and team effort are what make the difference between standard and quality care. Our team of 200 EMTs are passionate about emergency care, schooled in sensitivity, receive hands-on training, and have interned with experienced emergency care providers before joining our team.
Along with proper training, cutting-edge equipment makes all the difference when it comes to saving lives. Spring Hill EMS is equipped with modern medical provisions for training purposes and each one of our vehicles is completely outfitted with top-rated emergency care equipment.
The realities of EMTs and trained volunteers face on an everyday basis while providing emergency care can be tough. Our state-of-the-art facility is equipped with a study lounge and game room for group and individual activities to provide members with necessary downtime.
Free CPR classes
When minutes make a difference, immediate medical care saves lives. Workplaces, educational institutions, childcare centers, and the like should all have providers who are fully trained in first-aid emergency care. Spring Hill EMS provides free CPR certification to the community.
Line Officers ensure that all aspects of Spring Hill EMS’s operations run smoothly and efficiently.
House Officers ensure that all administrative operations, including quality assurance and other legal regulations are perfectly compliant with legal ordinances.
Our Founding: 1966
In 1966, a group of members of the Rockland Hook & Ladder fire company of Spring Valley would respond to emergency medical calls in a truck, loaded with equipment
The hook & ladder company covered from Route 202 to the New Jersey line.
Member William Martin states, “we got to do something about this.”
William Martin and Bob Bring put up $6,000 each for the purchase of an ambulance.
First Ambulance: 1966
The first ambulance purchased was a 1964 Cadillac Miller Metro, which was lost in transit on a train car and had to be replaced.
Spring Hill’s first “station” was the driveway of 27 Hempstead Road, the home of William Martin.
Our First Station: 1967
On March 1, 1967 Spring Hill went into service. Gino Coatti, a local mason, offered his property for the first station at 53 Union Road, Spring Valley. This is what is now known as Joe’s Tires.
Ambulance Month: 1968
On April 23, 1968 Town of Ramapo Supervisor John McAlevey declared May Spring Hill Ambulance Month.
Broke Ground: 1969
Our current property was donated by George Faist. On September 27, 1969 we broke ground at our current location for a new station.
New Station Construction: 2004
Between March and October of 2004, Spring Hill Ambulance constructed it’s current station.
Spring Hill EMS is one of the leading ambulance services in the area, with 200 EMTs responding to over 6,000 calls a year from our state-of-the-art facility.