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Surprising as it may seem, statistically there is one in four chance of you needing an ambulance for a non-emergency transport and a one in twelve chance that you need life saving care. Whatever may be good for you is also good for your community. Mutual Aid has been in the forefront in, not only providing the finest emergency and non-emergency care (Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Service), but also in disaster planning  and bio-terrorism readiness.

Mutual Aid is very involved in meeting the communities' needs for training. We are able to provide community education programs due to the depth of our instructors. We are also able  to offer a wide variety of programs. Our instructors are certified instructors with the American Heart Association, National Safety Council, Pennsylvania Department of Health, and Pennsylvania Fire Academy.

Mutual Aid is designated as a training institute with the Department of health. this enables us to provide interested individuals in obtaining state certifications in Emergency First Responder (EFR), Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic (EMT-P) and Emergency Vehicle Operators Certification (EVOC).

Did you Know Mutual Aid Ambulance Receives no tax reimbursements from Federal, State, nor Local sources, Operates solely on fees for service, insurance payments and not-for-profit membership contributions, Responds to over 60,000 calls per year, Is 1 of only 74 services in the nation accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services, Is a leader in Bio-Terrorism response, Has 10 stations with a fleet of 27 ambulances, 5 wheelchair vans, 10 specialty vehicles (disaster response) all staffed with 210, EMT's and Paramedics 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


   



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