WLVAC provides Emergency Medical Services twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. With over 150 members and 3 ambulances, we are fully equipped to provide basic and advanced life support.

911 Response

The Wantagh-Levittown Volunteer Ambulance Corps is dispatched by the Nassau County Fire Communications. Our ambulances are staffed with Paramedics and/or EMT- Critical Care Technicians who provide Advanced Medical Care. With in house crews, WLVAC ensures a faster response time when dispatched to an emergency call.


The Wantagh-Levittown Volunteer Ambulance Corps continues to provides non-emergency ALS and BLS transportation to and from local hospitals for residents of the Levittown and Wantagh communities.

A transport is considered “non-emergency” if a does not require immediate management of life, limb or function-threatening conditions.

Standby Requests

The Wantagh-Levittown Volunteer Ambulance Corps is always willing to help our surrounding departments, both near and far, by offering standby crews for both district and event coverage.

WLVAC also provides an ambulance on stand-by for a variety of events including Awareness Walks at Jones Beach, the Town of Hempstead Veterans Salute and Fireworks Show at Point Lookout Beach, and the Annual Bethpage Federal Credit Union Air Show at Jones Beach.

Please use the form below to request standby crews from WLVAC. Requests must be submitted at least two weeks in advance to allow ample time to process your request and configure crews.

***Submitting a request does not guarantee a stand-by crew will be able to be provided. ***

In the event that emergency coverage is needed, please contact us directly at (516) 520-3002 or email us at

WLVAC is proud to assist local and state organizations with ambulance coverage and info tables at events such as WBAB and 106.1 BLI’s Touch-A-Truck, Levittown Community Council’s Lazy Days of Summer and Winterfest events, Levittown Special Events Car Cruise and Outdoor Movie Nights, and many more.

Request Standby