News and Announcements


Open House – May 21, 2016

Join us between 9AM and 2PM for our Open House and Blood Drive!  Celebrating EMS Week 2016.  This is a great chance for you to meet your local EMS Team, as well as to donate blood!  Also, if you are interested in becoming an EMT, this will be a good opportunity to ask about our upcoming EMT Training Class, starting in June.  Bring the kids, and enjoy!


Summer 2016 EMT Class Hosted at SVAS

June 27, 2016 – 6PM

EMT Course which runs in Summer 2016.  Meets June 27, 2016 – September 1, 2016 on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday nights from 6PM to 10 PM.  For more information, or to sign up for this course, please visit .

Souhegan Valley Ambulance Service Bay
435 Turnpike Rd
New Ipswich, NH

Help us to help you

October 15, 2015

When you call for an ambulance in an emergency, the last thing you want to know is that we can’t find your home. Please mark your addresses well. Many times we are trying to read numbers on mailboxes that are barely visible or not clearly placed.

Try driving down the road and look at your neighbors address, would you be able to find it if you didn’t know where they lived? While many of us know the roads, and many are members of the community, we still need your help to find you. Some members of the community have numbers on their houses as well as the entrance to their driveway, some do not. If you live on a common driveway, and share a group of mailboxes at the entrance to your homes, we still need to have your house marked so we can readily find you. While big numbers are great, reflective numbers are awesome for us at night.

I hope that you never need an Ambulance, the Police or Fire Department in an emergency, but if you do, we hope that you have your residence marked so that we can get you the help you need, quickly and without delay.

“Cindy” Lussier Ceremony

July 24, 2014

On July 26, 2014 at 1PM, at the New Ipswich ball field there will be a get together. Pastor Mike Martel and Pastor Rob Kectic will say a few words followed by anyone who like to speak on memories or stories you would like to share.

For personnel who are current member of Services such as Fire Department, Police Departments, Ambulance Services etc. who are planning on attending the celebration of life in remembrance of Cindy Lussier this Saturday: We ask that you arrive at the Vanguard parking area on Temple Road for a march to the field for the ceremony at 12:15PM (12:30 the latest) as we there will be instruction there by Lt. Sean Cavanaugh of the New Ipswich Police Department.  Anyone member of another department who does not want to march, can go directly to the field by at 1PM as well.

We do ask that only current members of services meet at Vanguard and that the members of the public go directly to the field for the ceremonies to begin at 1PM.

2013 EMS Outstanding Service Award

September 10, 2012

SVAS was awarded the 2013 EMS outstanding Service Award at the EMS dinner by MCH.

Rhonda Traffie was also recognized at the 2013 EMT of the year and the award was presented to many of her family members who was present to accept the award.

Rhonda’s family presented Karen and I with a bear. The bear is not any ordinary bear, it is a bear that a family member made for us from Rhonda’s uniform clothing. The bear will always have a special place at SVAS just as Rhonda will always be in our hearts.

Congratulations to all of you. You are all great EMT’s who serve your community with pride and dedication and I am proud of all of you for all you do for SVAS and your community.


New Website

May 30, 2012

Welcome to the new Souhegan Valley Ambulance website.

We hope to provide you with an interactive and informational location on the web to be informative and to help give you a place to find answers to your questions about your local ambulance service.

Souhegan Valley Ambulance Service is comprised of members of our community as well as members who come from other communities to provide ambulance coverage here with us. We could be your neighbor or a passerby.

The Ambulance Bay has trained emergency personnel at the bay daily from 6:00 AM through till 6:00 PM, so feel free to stop by and get to know your ambulance service better.

We have personnel available to answer the calls for emergencies in the community, so if you stop and there isn’t someone at the bay, they are probably out on an emergency call in your community.

Don’t drive to the bay seeking medical attention, if you need medical attention, call 911 and the dispatchers can send us quickly. NEVER HESITATE to call if you need medical attention.

Thank you for visiting us and if you should have any questions, please contact us.