Ambulance Services

The term ambulance is derived from the Latin word “ambulare”, meaning to work or move about. Ambulance vehicles come in a variety of different shapes and sizes used to transport sick or injured people to a medical facility. Also know as emergency medical services, the personnel administer emergency care while in route to the hospital.

Wheelchair or stretcher van Services

These bigger vehicles can accommodate patients who are immobile and need to sit or lie during their trip.

Bariatric care unit Transport

The newest type of medical transportation, BCU not only has over-sized stretchers, but the vehicle itself has stronger structural support to handle the weight of the morbidly obese.

Air ambulance Service

Anyone with a life threatening injury is transported by helicopter from their home or the scene of an accident. This drastically cuts down the time a patient receives medical attention and saves lives in the end.

Basic life support Transport

BLS is a road vehicle that provides non-emergency transportation, generally from one medical facility to another. Patients are monitored by medical staff who are equipped to handle any emergency that might arise.

Advanced life support Transport

Similar to an ambulance, ALS provides road transportation to critically ill patients either from their home or from the scene of an accident to a near by hospital. Life saving equipment is on board such as, heart paddles and IV units.

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Long Distance medical Transportation

When the trip is over 200 miles, or even state to state, there are long distance medical transportation buses that will get you where you need to go. ACC Medlink is a leader in Medical Transport, they operate large, state of the art Mercedes Benz Sprinter transporters that are specially configured to function as a hospital room on wheels, visit them at Non emergency patients who are handicapped, elderly or disabled and require medical attention are moved via this ground transportation. Traditional ambulances may be used as well as passenger vans or motor coaches.

Pediatric team ambulance Transport

Specifically created to respond to a scene where a mother has given birth, PTA are equipped to handle any medical emergency that arise to either mother or baby. Different from standard ambulances, these vehicles can be travel by air, boat and ground.