The Rehoboth Ambulance Committee, Inc. is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides emergency medical services to the town of Rehoboth, MA. As a non-profit organization, the Committee receives no direct funding from the Town of Rehoboth for our operating expenses. The Town of Rehoboth provides insurance, fuel and housing for the two ambulances. All other operating expenses are covered by the Committee through donations, fund raising and billing for services rendered. This provides an excellent savings to the taxpayers in the Town of Rehoboth! For more information about us, please see the About Us page.
Located in southeastern, MA, the town has a population of apporixmately 10,000 and is approximately 47 squaremiles with over 200 miles of road. Rehoboth is bordered by Seekonk on the west, Attleboro and Norton on the north, Taunton and Dighton on the east, and Swansea on the southeast and south. It is about nine miles from Taunton, 13 miles from Fall River, 10 miles from Providence, Rhode Island, 46 miles from Boston and 186 miles from New York City.
Rehoboth is designated as a Heart Safe Community, and the Rehoboth Ambulance Committee contributes to maintaining this designation by offering CPR classes to the community. Click here to see where the AEDs in the Town of Rehoboth are located.
To contact the Rehoboth Ambulance Committee with questions, please use the contacts link above.
For information about our non-emergency transport, Community CPR classes, or Detail services, please see the services offered link above.
If you wish to donate to the Rehoboth Ambulance Committee, please send your donation, made out to the Rehoboth Ambulance Committee to the address shown at left. Your donation is tax deductible and will directly impact our ability to provide care to you in an emergency by ensuring we have the highest trained personnel and latest technology available.
If you are interested in joining the Rehoboth Ambulance Committee, you may download a membership application and mail it to the address shown to the left, or join us at a regularly scheduled meeting.
Regularly scheduled meetings: Second Tuesday of every month at 1900, at the public safety building.
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