The Rehoboth Ambulance Committee is a private, non-profit organization that provides emergency and non-emergency medical transport to the Town of Rehoboth, Massachusetts. The Ambulance Committee's primary source of income is through donations and monies recieved through billings for services rendered.
Members of the Rehoboth Ambulance Committee are volunteers who reside in the Town of Rehoboth, and receive a small stipend for their service in order to offset the costs of training and uniforms. Membership in the Committee is open to all members of the Town of Rehoboth. Additional information about membership in the Committee can be found under the About Us page.
Rehoboth Ambulance Committee provides the following services to the Town of Rehoboth. Please click on the appropriate section to the left for more information on each service:
- 911 Emergency Medical Transport
- Non-Emergency Transport Services
- Special Operations, including staffing at special events, multiple casualty incidents and disaster response
- Community CPR Training