GVEMS receives no tax dollars from any municipality.
We rely on earned fees and donations.
GVEMS serves a community with a population of 7,250 covering an area of
approximately 75 square miles. The total service area including mutual-aids agreements
with Towns of Avon, Leroy, York and the Village of Scottsville expands the coverage to
153 square miles. Additionally, the population of the service area increases by
200-300% during the summer month with camp grounds, race tracks, and regional
destinations such as the Genesee Country Village museum. During summer month, the
population will increase to by 15,000 to 18,000 due to living museums and camping
sites within the primary service area. Within our primary service area 38% of
population is under 20 years and 22% is over 60 years. According to New York State it
is expected that approximately 30% of the population will be over 60 years of age by
|Genesee Valley Emergency Medical Services
Genesee Valley Emergency Medical Services (also referred to as GVEMS)
provides emergency medical services to the Towns of Caledonia andYork,
Mumford Fire District (Town of Wheatland), and surrounding communities.
GVEMS has served their friends and neighbors for the
past 71 years.
GVEMS is located in Upstate, New York just 20 minutes south of Rochester,
NY in Livingston County.
|"Neighbors Helping Neighbors"
|GVEMS provides ALS and BLS emergency medical
services to our service area, and mutual aid partners
GVEMS support the community in many other ways. Today many events such as fairs,
parades and sporting events require EMS personnel to be present in order for the event
to take place. All of these activities are voluntary. GVEMS is pleased to support the
community, as it creates an opportunity meet residents and thank them for their
continued support. GVEMS provides EMS service for all public event including: High
School Sports, County and Town parades and events, Lime Rock Speed way, local fire
department events, Genesee Country Village Museum and more. GVEMS has long
advocated to all resident to be prepared and offers annual training for the public in
accident prevention and CPR training. GVEMS believes providing education to our
community will reduce injuries and help residents to be better prepared when they do
GVEMS offer CPR training to the community.
If your organization needs First Aid or CPR training, call us,
GVEMS has American Heart Association Certified Instructors
|For more information:
call us at 585-538-2210
|Originally started as a part of the Caledonia
Fire Department, GVEMS separated in
2002 to become a 501(c)(3) nonprofit
organization to face the challenges of
delivering emergency medical services to
the community, in a time of increasing
expenses and declining volunteer
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