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The outpouring of support for R.B. Lawrence Ambulance during their recent tragedy was amazing. There were two funeral processions, the first one for Rod Cota’s funeral was more than 2 miles long and involved more than 50 emergency vehicles. The second procession for Cory Williams involved more than 35 emergency vehicles.

The following UNYAN members participated in either the procession or helping to cover North Country services so they could be involved in the procession:

TLC – involved in the procession and covered R.B. Lawrence Ambulance

Menter – covered for an ambulance service

Guilfoyle Ambulance - procession

Mohawk Ambulance - procession

Seaway Valley Ambulance - procession

Erway Ambulance – procession

AMR – Rochester – procession

AMR – CNY – covered for an ambulance service and procession

On behalf of the R.B. Lawrence Family thank you all for your outpouring of support following this tragedy. Your prayers and support were greatly appreciated. 


NEW UNYAN CONTACT INFORMATION

New Address:

25 Elk StreetAlbany, NY 12207

New Phone Number: 

607-756-8389

 

UNYAN Strategic Planning: Member Feedback Sought

The Board of Directors is looking at the future of our association.  Over the last several months, the board has been working on a Strategic Plan that would guide the association to a successful future.  We are now seeking input and comments on the draft plan from our membership.  Please review and send your thoughts and comments to the UNYAN Office at info@unyan.net.  All feedback will be compiled and shared with the Board as they finalize and approve the plan.  This is your association—and your feedback matters to us!

UNYAN Strategic Plan Draft Document for Member Review

 

ImmuNYze, an initiative launched by the County Health Officials of New York (NYSACHO), is a campaign dedicated toward heightening New Yorker's awareness about the need to immunize throughout life—from infancy to our senior years. The goal is to unite patients, parents and providers around this important issue, and offer reliable, scientific-based information on vaccines and vaccine-preventable diseases. The campaign strives to provide up-to-date, accessible information about adult and child immunizations with the goal of increasing vaccination rates throughout the state.

Please visit their website (http://www.immunyze.org) for more information on the importance of vaccinations, and how they can be acquired.


Thank You For Joining Us!

The Membership Meeting in Binghamtonwas a success! We appreciate all of your support.


United New York Ambulance Network

United New York Ambulance Network (UNYAN) is a professional trade association representing many proprietary ambulance providers across New York State from Long Island to Watertown. Our organization provides emergency and non-emergency ambulance services to the communities in which we serve. UNYAN's general membership is represented by over 40 commercial ambulance providers that form a network to share information on a variety of issues and initiatives. The Association views pre-hospital care as a critical component of the entire medical care system.  


Mission

The purpose of the United New York Ambulance Network is to develop relationships between New York State Certified Ambulance Service providers, to enhance access to quality, affordable, and timely pre-hospital patient care services. The Network shall be committed to the advancement of the Emergency Medical System while maintaining the highest level of patient care.
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