About Us

History

Southern  Madison County Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Inc. is a Volunteer / Paid Hybrid,  not-for-profit organization formed in June 1986 after the Community,  Village, and Town of Hamilton were left without ambulance service.


The  Southern Madison County Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Inc. (SOMAC)  stationed in Hamilton, NY serves the towns of Hamilton and Lebanon  including the villages of Hamilton, Earlville and the Hamlet of  Hubbardsville in the Southern Madison County area.

Our Staff


SOMAC currently has 45 Volunteer Members and 16 Paid staff members providing 24-7 Paramedic Level Service.

Our Equipment


SOMAC has 3 Paramedic Certified Ambulances and a Paramedic Certified Fly Car.


SOMAC has 3 state of the Art Zoll X-Series heart monitors, 2 LifePack 1000 AED / Heart Monitors and a Zoll AutoPulse Resuscitation System.

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SOMAC

86 Lebanon Street, Hamilton, New York 13346, United States

(315) 824-6867 Mailing Address: SOMAC P.O. Box 453 Hamilton, NY 13346

Normal Business Hours

Emergency Medical Services are available 24/7 - 365 days a year.