Captain
Robert Stern

1st Lieutenant
Anastasia Adamopoulos

2nd Lieutenant
Andrew Grossman

President
Lee Genser

Sergeant-at-Arms
Joshua Prisamt
Secretary
Taylor Ferreira
Treasurer
Sandra Cobden
 

Responding to over 1,200 ambulance and/or rescue calls in 2015, the Manhasset-Lakeville Fire Department's Ambulance Unit was founded in August 1988.

The Ambulance Unit currently responds with Ambulance 8768 and Ambulance 8767, which are both well-powered Advanced Life support (BLS/ALS) ambulances. The Ambulance Unit also responds with EMS First Response Vehicle 8799. All three pieces of apparatus are equipped with today's latest life-saving equipment.

The Ambulance Unit, as well as its three pieces of apparatus, are centrally stationed at Company 3's firehouse, which is located on Prospect Street in the Thomaston section of Great Neck. The Ambulance Unit also maintains a third ambulance, Ambulance 8769 as a spare vehicle which is placed into service when one of the front line apparatus are out of service, or there is significant call volume. Members of the Ambulance Unit are certified as New York State Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT), whom are trained in semi-automatic defibrillation and Advanced Emergency Medical Technicians-Critical Care (AEMT-CC) and Paramedics, whom in addition to basic EMT skills, are capable of manual defibrillation; starting intravenous lines (IV); administering medications; and endotracheal intubation.

Click here to view the Ambulance Unit's history.

 

Ambulance Unit
Run Totals:
2007
768
2008
778
2009
816
2010
887
2011
856
2012
853
2013
1,072
2014 1,113 2015 1,263

2016 1,073

2017  948
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