Our Mission

Our mission is to render optimal emergency care and support to the residents of the Town of Ramapo, Clarkstown, and beyond.

Our vision is to uphold our position in the continuum of prehospital care, by nurturing and cultivating the finest emergency medical technicians in Rockland County.

About Us

In March of 1967, Spring Hill Community Ambulance Corps began providing basic life support services and transport to the residents of the Towns of Ramapo and Clarkstown. From our initial annual 600 calls, we have evolved into the busiest town-based volunteer ambulance corps in Rockland County. We pride ourselves in cultivating exceptionally professional EMTs, trained in using the most advanced Basic Life Support equipment available, resulting in the best possible outcomes for the residents we are honored to serve.  Spring Hill Community Ambulance Corps also provides stand-by coverage at a wide variety of sporting events and public affairs.

Our History

  • Our Founding

    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..Read More

  • First Ambulance

    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.

  • First Ambulance Station

    On March 1st, 1967, Spring Hill went into service. Gino Coatti, a local mason, offered his property for the first ambulance station. This address is now known at Joe’s Tires, located at 53 Union Road, Spring Valley.

  • Ambulance Month

    April 23rd, 1968-  Month of May proclaimed Spring Hill Ambulance Month by then-Town of Ramapo supervisor John McAlevey.

  • Broke Ground

    Our current property was donated by George Faist. On Sept. 27th, 1969, ground was broken at our current location.

  • New Building Construction

    New station construction, March – October, 2004.

Our Facilities

Built in 2005, our new facility offers our members various amenities to accommodate their time as volunteers. These amenities include sleeping quarters, an outdoor patio with two grills, one of which accommodates our members who observe kosher dietary laws, a kosher kitchen, a gaming room and a study room.

We are proud of our dedicated officers

Brandon Smith

Brandon Smith

President

Francisco Minaya

Francisco Minaya

Vice President

Neil Dahan

Neil Dahan

Chief

Ephraim Tauber

Ephraim Tauber

Captain

Ralph Abegg

Ralph Abegg

Captain

Graig Straus

Graig Straus

Lieutenant of Training

Wesley Fischman

Wesley Fischman

Lieutenant of Supply

Avraham Schulgasser

Avraham Schulgasser

Lieutenant of Engineering

Baila Spielman

Baila Spielman

Financial Secretary

Susan Wiener

Susan Wiener

Recording Secretary

Angelica Anzueto

Angelica Anzueto

Corresponding Secretary

Robert King

Robert King

Treasurer

Our Board of Directors

  • C. D. Adler, Chairman
  • Brandon Smith, President
  • Neil Dahan, Chief
  • Robert M. King, Treasurer
  • Mandy Squillini, Past President
  • Stephen Kaye, Past Chief
  • Ralph Abegg
  • Yechiel Turner
  • Marc Sandler
  • Motty Gelbman
  • Uriel D. Fein