EAST BROOKLYN COMMUNITY
VOLUNTEER AMBULANCE CORPS INC.
" Providing because we care "
Founder: James Pointer
CO- Founder: Jenai Craddock
CO - Founder: John Warwick
President: James Pointer
Vice President: Michael Rodriguez
Secretary: Toni Heard
Treasurer: Lisa Hines
Chief of Department: James Pointer
Assistant Chief of Department: Michael Rodriguez
Chief of Operations: Darshan Watson
Chief of Special Operations: Salvator Burgess
Assistant Chief of Field Services: Ernest Perez
Assistant Chief of Communication: Gregory Parris
Captain of Operations: Amalia Martinez
1st Lieutenant: VACANT
2nd Lieutenant: VACANT
Robert Aquino - MD - Medical Director
East Brooklyn Community Volunteer Ambulance Corps also known as "EBCVAC" was founded in January 2015 by EMT James Pointer, RN John Warwick and EMT Jenai Craddock. EBCVAC was formed to provide efficient and reliable emergency ambulance service to the communities of Brownsville and East New York to help alleviate the stress on FDNY EMS resources by assisting on emergency calls and by being available for non-emergency response.
The goals of the East Brooklyn Community Volunteer Ambulance Corps transcend providing EMS services to our communities, but it also focuses on being role models for our youth and providing them with an alternative to the streets. We provide mentors who can help them use their knowledge of the streets in a positive way that brings healing and life instead of injury and death.In addition to a youth squad, where they will receive first aid and CPR training, we teach them how to handle job interviews, to write resumes and how to retain jobs.
We also will provide disaster preparedness training. This training will provide the residence of the community with self sufficient training to maintain during any natural disaster from man made to natural.
We guarantee effective and knowledgeable EMTs and Paramedics to respond to your medical needs.
Our organization is here for YOU!!! We will be very active in our community providing much needed community services.
We pledge to our community residence to be a resource to the neighborhood. Whether training or rendering aid, we want to provide whats needed for the community for time to come.