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Our History

Mutual Aid Ambulance Service was formed as a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization in 1968 by a group of concerned community members in Greensburg, PA who wanted to ensure that the emergency medical service needs of the community are met. “Service… So, others may live” has been a guiding mission to support and sustain one of the largest non-municipal ambulance services in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Mutual Aid EMS has continued to evolve, meeting the growing needs of our area utilizing 16 strategically placed EMS stations throughout our over 30 communities in Westmoreland and Fayette County, Pennsylvania.

Mutual Aid Ambulance Service is governed by a Board of Directors who are appointed to represent the communities in which they reside. Operating a modern fleet of Advanced Life Support Ambulances, Quick Response Vehicles, Non-Emergency Transport Division and Wheelchair Van Service, we respond to over 75,000 requests for service annually.

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