Key Largo Ambulance Corps

Key Largo Ambulance Corps

The goal of the Key Largo Volunteer Ambulance Corps is to provide excellent professional and compassionate medical care for our community. KLVAC responds to more than 1200 ambulance calls a year, remaining on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year

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Background:

On October 8, 2005, the Key Largo Volunteer Ambulance Corps celebrated 50 years of service to the Key Largo and surrounding communities.  The Corps have come a long way since it was first founded, from neighbors helping to care for the sick and injured with only the barest of supplies, through the 1970-1992 Doris Kemp years, to today.

 

Key Largo Volunteer Ambulance Corps is an Advanced Life Support service with four ambulances, two of which are run 24/7.  The current membership is approximately forty paramedics, EMTs, and first responders.

 

The Ambulance Corps also serve as satellite campus for Florida Keys Community College and Emergency Educational Institute International, training first responders, EMTs and paramedics. The Corps continues to proudly serve its community with highly trained professionals, many of whom are still neighbors helping neighbors.