Ambulance Corps History

On March 1, 1942 a group of 18 dedicated men joined together and started the Midland Park Community Ambulance. With the donation of a 1939 Packard ambulance by former councilman Theodore H Mastin they were able to provide the most efficient emergency medical care to the residents of the Borough of Midland Park.

Now 71 years later your Midland Park Volunteer Ambulance Corps is staffed with 28 professionally trained New Jersey State Department of Health certified Emergency Medical Technicians. The Midland Park Ambulance Corps currently runs two top of the line Ford/Horton ambulances fully equipped with state-of-the-art equipment ready for each challenge they may face. This is all made possible through the care and support of residents like you. Our members are ready, willing and able to provide emergency care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

We need to you to help us to keep providing the medical care we do for our friends and neighbors in Midland Park. If you are interested in becomming a part of a very rewarding organization and making new friends, please give us a call at 201-444-3838. Training is free and saving a life is precious.

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