Advanced Life Support Ambulance (ALS)

This vehicle is designed to transport patients that require the following services; administration of Intravenous therapy, airway maintenance, manual defibrillation, stabilization of pneumothorax conditions, endotracheal intubation, cardiac pacing, chest decompression, surgical airway, and cardiac (EKG) monitoring, as well as patients who are ventilator dependent. This service level is used in emergency and non-emergency situations. These vehicles are staffed with a minimum of one Paramedic/Intermediate and one Emergency Medical Technician.

Basic Life Support Ambulance (BLS)

This vehicle is for bed confined patients and those who require basic medical services such as; control of bleeding, splinting fractures, administration and monitoring of oxygen, treatment for shock, CPR, or emergency first-aid. These vehicles are staffed with two Emergency Medical Technicians.

Ambulette Transportation (Wheelchair Van)

These vehicles are used to transport wheelchair bound patients. They are equipped with ramps for access and are staffed with one Wheelchair Van Attendant who is CPR and First Aid Certified. These vehicles are not appropriate for patients who cannot sit or require specialized medical intervention.


Bariatric ambulances are ambulances specially designed to carry severely obese patients. These Ambulances with a specialized cot, ramp, and winch used to safely lift patients who weigh more than 350 pounds.
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