Brighton Volunteer Ambulance

The primary goal of the organization is to provide pre-hospital emergency medical service, in accordance with the State of New York and local medical authority, within Brighton.

Brighton Volunteer Ambulance is the primary emergency medical services provider for the Town of Brighton, operating a certified Basic and Advanced Life Support Ambulance service with three New York State certified ambulances, and an Advanced Life Support Flycar.
Brighton Ambulance
Services provided
  • First aid to walk-in patients at their base on the corner of Westfall Road and Winton Road South
  • Free temporary use of crutches, wheelchairs and walkers
  • Free blood pressure checks
First aid and CPR (cardio-pulmonary resuscitation) classes are also available to community residents. Requests are accepted for ambulance stand-bys at community events, and the corps is an active participant in the Emergency Medical Disaster plan for Brighton and Monroe County.The Brighton Volunteer Ambulance Board of Directors has officially endorsed the Public Access Defibrillation program. In 2003, BVA Volunteers trained over 70 Town of Brighton employees in the potentially life saving techniques of CPR and Public Access Defibrillation.B.V.A. currently needs additional members to fill the positions of Dispatchers, Drivers, Medics, and Advanced Life Support Technicians. Previous experience is not necessary.

B.V.A. also welcomes "Associate" members who wish to work in support roles not involved with actually responding to calls on the ambulance. "Associates" often do much of the "background" work that helps keep the ambulances "on the street" providing Emergency Medical Services for the citizens of the town of Brighton. If you are interested in joining, please contact B.V.A for more information at (585) 271-2718.