Ambulance 868 is a 2013 AEV DR92 Ford E350. As a "sister" ambulance to 429 it has a host of similar features. This vehicle was a replacement for one our ambulances that was destroyed during Hurricane Sandy. It was purchased from by VCI Emergency Vehicle Specialists in Berlin, NJ.
Ambulance 172 is a 2006 Horton Type III box remounted on a 2011 Ford E-350 chassis. This vehicle was also a replacement for a second ambulance that was destroyed during Hurricane Sandy. Ambulance 172 was made possible by a generous donation from The Community Foundation of New Jersey. The stretcher for this ambulance was donated by The Share and Care Foundation.
Ambulance 429 is a 2009 AEV Traumahawk Ford E350. It features all LED lighting, On-Spot snow chains, twin Buell air horns and GPS navigation. It was the first ambulance in our fleet to feature our current paint scheme. It has the distinction of being one of the only Hoboken Volunteer Ambulance Corps vehicles that survived Hurricane Sandy. Like our other two ambulances, it was purchased from VCI Emergency Vehicle Specialists in Berlin, NJ.
134-Charlie is a 2014 Ford Police Interceptor Utility that serves as our First Responder/Command vehicle. Radios, cabinetry and lighting were installed by Odyssey Automotive Specialty.
134-Delta is our special operations truck that carries extra equipment that our ambulances do not carry. Inside 134 - Delta you will find extra oxygen supplies that can be set up for fire rehab, tents and cots that can be set up as first aid stations at festivals or for triage during a mass casualty incident, tools, lighting, as well as extra medical supplies, backboards and personal protective equipment.
134-Echo is a special operations truck. It's primary purpose is Mass Casualty Incidents (such as the Path Train crash 5/8/2011).
134-F is our mobile Field Communications unit. It is a repurposed ambulance that is used for communications during large events such as July 4th fireworks, St. Patricks Day Parade, etc.
134 – Gator is a Kawasaki Mule 4010 modified to carry a patient on a backboard. This smaller vehicle can go places our regular ambulance cannot go such as Pier A & Pier C. It is mainly used for special events on the waterfront.
134-Sierra is a Dodge Caravan that was donated to us by Hoboken University Medical Center. The van is used primarily as a first responder vehicle and for various Corps business. The van is also available for our members to use when attending training classes out of town.
Phone: (201) 420-2135
Fax: (201) 420-2134
Hoboken Volunteer Ambulance Corps has never billed a patient for our services, not once, since 1971. As a 100% volunteer organization we are able to provide our services thanks to the donations we receive from the community. Please consider helping us keep the 35-year tradition going strong.
Hoboken Volunteer Ambulance Corps
707 Clinton Street
Hoboken, NJ 07030