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Madison Volunteer Ambulance Corps
The Madison Volunteer Ambulance Corps was incorporated in 1954. The Corps is a non-profit organization providing medical services for the Borough of Madison. Our building is located in the heart of Madison next to the Hartley Dodge Memorial Building and across from the Public Safety Complex on Prospect Street. We currently operate three ambulances, and are staffed by our volunteers 365 days and nights a year.
We provide free medical service to Madison’s citizens and visitors. The Corps' annual budget, the majority of which is from donations and fundraising, is used to cover the cost of operating our building, maintenance and upkeep of our three ambulances, and medical supplies.