In 1952 a group of Montclair residents, concerned for the safety and well being of their friends and neighbors, joined together to form the Montclair Ambulance Unit.

Over sixty years later, the dedication to the residents of Montclair stands as strong as it did when the first meeting was gaveled into session in December of 1952 at the Montclair Municipal Building.


Making Changes

     Since the launch of the new in January of 2014  we have welcomed over 100,000 guests to our site, no small accomplishment by any means. Since then Montclair Ambulance Unit has grown more than ever before expanding our services with the Community Outreach Program, Special Operations, Be Ready! Montclair and so much more. 

     With that in mind we have decided to change things up on with a more streamilined site and enhanced visitor experience. While we are getting things ready we will be suspending updates on Don't worry, we wont leave you "out in the cold" so to speak. You can still follow us on social media on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. All the news we would normally put on will grace our social media offerings.

     Thanks for your understanding and keep your eyes out for the new and improved! 

Be Ready! Montclair - Blackout Preparedness

     Are your ready for a blackout? While they don't happen often, disruptions of electrical power can happen for a wide variety if reasons, natural disasters, man made incidents and so on. Check out the Be Ready page for tips on blackout preparation.

St. Patrick's Day Benefit A Success

     The annual MAU St. Patrick's Day Benefit returned on Saturday, March 7 and organizers are claiming a huge success.

     Supporters of MAU joined at MAU Staff at the Commonwealth Club on Northview Ave in Upper Montclair to honor Judy Schumacher Tilton and her family for their years of support to the mission of Montclair Ambulance Unit.

     The event included live music from the Flemtones and 1000 Mile Stare, Aherne Sheehan School of Irish Dance provided Irish dance entertainment and MAU's own Mary Berghoefer played the bagpipes accompanied by Montclair Fire Chief John Hermman on the drum.
     Missed the event? Check out pictures from the event


MAU adds Director of Development to assist fundraising efforts

     Montclair Ambulance Unit President Jonathan Hirsh announced the addition of Jennifer Rosenblatt as the new Director of Development for Montclair Ambulance Unit.

     Mrs. Rosenblatt will oversee all of MAU's fundraising efforts including the annual Fund Drive, MAU Golf Invitational and St. Patrick's Day Benefit, in addition to, developing new fund raising opportunities.

    Good luck Jennifer and welcome to Montclair Ambulance Unit!

Apple announces medical research partnerships

     Apple announced a new software framework called ResearchKit at an event on Monday that will allow patients to help medical researchers.
     ResearchKit will help researchers help learn more about diseases like Parkinson's, diabetes, heart disease and asthma. The tool — which will work alongside the iPhone and HealthKit.....




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