Spring Hill Community Ambulance Corps, Rockland County‘s largest 911 system, is hosting an open house tonight, 11/30. The event will highlight the growing services provided by the agency, and is open to all community members interested in learning more about the corps, and the services they provide. The event will also provide an informal opportunity for prospective volunteers to meet-and-greet emergency service members over some food, and learn what it’s like to volunteer at the agency.
“ In addition to giving back to the community, volunteering within EMS gives so much back to the volunteer.” Eli Ungar, Chief of Spring Hill EMS, said of the event. “We look forward to interacting with community members and encourage them to come see what it’s like to join our family.
A key recruitment focus will emphasize the corp’s new Special Operations Division, and the upcoming launch of its ALS paramedic program.
The Spring Hill Special Operation unit has already responded to multiple emergencies over the past few weeks, and provides critical advanced capabilities to the counties emergency services.
Food will be provided by Leil Shishi, and the event will run from 8-11 PM. The agency and its emergency services partners look forward to greeting you tonight at their headquarters, 48 Brick Church Rd, New Hempstead NY 10977.