Emergent Patient Care
Mutual Aid Ambulance Service provides high-quality, emergent patient care for citizens of Westmoreland and Fayette Counties. Our ambulances provide transport to many hospitals in our service areas, to include Excela Frick, Excela Westmoreland, Excela Latrobe, Highlands Hospital, Uniontown, UPMC Somerset, AHN Hempfield, UPMC East and AHN Forbes to name a few.
Our employees receive advanced training and maintain certifications with the National Registry Certification as either an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) or Paramedic Prehospital Registered Nurse (PHRN). Our EMTs, AEMTs, Paramedics and PHRN’s provide immediate medical care for conditions including but not limited to physical trauma, cardiac irregularities, respiratory distress, allergy/anaphylaxis reactions, seizure, and drug overdose reversal. We are equipped and trained to treat pediatric, adult and geriatric patients.
Our ambulances also employ state-of-the-art medical equipment on which our staff receives frequent training in our aggressive in-house training sessions.
Mutual Aid Ambulance Service Facts:
- 280,000 Residents
- 2 Million Miles Accumulated Annually
- 85,000 Service Requests
- 924 Square Mile Service Area
- 280 Licensed / Certified Personnel
- 36 Municipalities – Designated 911 Provider
- 16 Ambulance Stations w 24/7 Coverage
- 40 Advanced Life Support Equipped Ambulances
- 7 Quick Response Vehicles
- 1 Rehab Trailer
- 6×6 UTV stretcher equipped