Welcome to SOMAC
SOMAC, Southern Madison County Volunteer Ambulance Corps, is a volunteer, not-for-profit organization formed in June 1986 after the Community, Village, and Town of Hamilton were left without ambulance service.
SOMAC NEEDS YOUR HELP
We are starting a major fund raising campaign to purchase one new ambulance and rebuild one of our existing ambulances. SOMAC is committed to providing the highest level of service that the community needs and deserves. The existing ambulances have needed such frequent repair and time out of service, that SOMAC decided to purchase a new van-type ambulace to meet the community needs. cont ->
Testimonials (Why donate to SOMAC)
Adam Maitin (Colgate student volunteer)
Each class is a mixture of lectures and Critical Thinking scenarios. Topics covered include: assessment medical, trauma and pediatric, new shock management, Respiratory & cardiac emergencies, special needs children, altered mental status and endocrine emergencies.
SOMAC needs to enlarge its group of trained ambulance drivers. A person needs to be over the age of 21 with a valid NYS drivers license to drive an ambulance. Training is done by SOMAC. Feel free to call or drop in to talk about becoming a driver.
The van ambulance was purchased with a $60,000 loan that needs to be repaid and rebuilding one of the existing ambulances will cost $90,000. In total, SOMAC needs to raise $150,000 to maintain the high level of emergency service the community expects and deserves. Details =>
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86 Lebanon Street
Hamilton, NY 13346
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