Mission, Vision, Goals & Objectives

Mission Statement

Perinton Ambulance is dedicated to providing exceptional medical services delivered by a highly skilled, educated, and professional staff.

We will educate the community on our role in the response, treatment, and transport of the sick and injured as well as the prevention of injury and illness.

We will do this in a fiscally responsible manner as an integral component of the community.

Vision of the Future

The Perinton Volunteer Ambulance Corps is continuously working to improve its operations through training and member preparation. We want to provide the best possible total patient care and community service. Through increased involvement with other organizations and resources in the community, we will be an excellent provider of emergency services.

The Perinton Volunteer Ambulance Corps will be an active and positive contributor in every community we serve, such as the pre-hospital care, emergency services, medical, and Fairport/Perinton communities.

Through training, we will continually prepare our members to provide the best possible service. We will also utilize the latest and best equipment that is available in the industry.

We will focus on recruitment and retention of the best and brightest volunteers. We will do this by making the Perinton Volunteer Ambulance Corps a positive, comfortable, and professional atmosphere where people will want to contribute their time. The Corps will be worthy of the time and effort of the members, and will utilize that in a positive and productive manner so that people feel that their contributions are appreciated and their time has been well spent.

We will provide adequate information and education for the community to increase awareness of our service and proper prevention of illness and injury. Through increased prevention strategies, we will help residents reduce the incidence of injury and illness and thereby decrease the demand for our services.

Goals and Objectives

The Perinton Volunteer Ambulance Corps will focus its attention on its main goals and objective in its operations. These will be utilized to guide the Corps in its direction and in making its decisions.

The goals and objectives are:

Excellence in total patient care

Recruitment and retention of good people

Excellent training opportunities provided and available

Assuring the infrastructure necessary so that our services will be available regardless of man-made or natural disaster

Having an excellent, well-deserved image and reputation in the emergency services and general communities, and maintaining good relationships in these areas

These goals and objectives are equal in weight and importance, except that patient care is always most important and is held in the highest regard over all other items.