Serving Washington, Russell, Smyth, Wythe, Grayson, and Tazewell counties and surrounding areas for more than 44 years with medical transportation services including:
Basic Life SupportBasic Life Support is a level of transport service that is able to provide transport for patients who do not require extra support or cardiac monitoring. This ambulance is staffed by EMT level caregivers.
Advanced Life SupportAdvanced Life Support is a level of transport service that is able to provide transport for patients who need a higher level of care than the Basic Live Support Ambulance provides. This ambulance is staffed by EMT-Intermediate/Paramedic level caregivers.
Critical CareCritical Care Ambulance provides a higher level of patient care for the most critically sick or injured patients being transported from hospital to hospital. This ambulance is staffed by critical care level Paramedics.
BariatricBariatric Ambulance is a specially designed and equipped to provide safe transportation for patients of larger size who may find the traditional transport ambulance uncomfortable.
Wheelchair TransportWheelchair transport is designed to provide transportation for patients confined to a wheelchair or requiring the use of a wheelchair for transport.
Abingdon Ambulance prides itself with having the largest highly trained staff in the region, including critical care paramedics. To ensure that we meet our community’s needs, we take an aggressive approach of continuously updating our protocols, training, and equipment.
Some examples are:
• Invasive and non-invasive ventilation
• 12 Lead cardiac monitoring
• Power stretchers
• Modern fleet of vehicles
• Agency-specific and current medical protocols
Abingdon Ambulance Service’s Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) stands ready to respond to any man-made or natural disasters within the United States.
Created after Hurricane Katrina, the national disaster response network is made up of hundreds of ambulance organizations throughout the country. The men and women of this team must be willing to respond at a moment’s notice and be prepared to be deployed for up to two weeks (or longer) before returning home.
Our community has come to know and expect the quality of service that we provide for the following types of transportation needs:
EmergencyResponding to calls for assistance in life threatening situations.
Non-EmergencyNon-Emergency transports include to physician office, hospital to hospital, and facility to facility.
Hospital Transfers (In & Out of Region)Providing ambulance transportation from hospital to hospital for a specialized treatment of care.
Doctor’s OfficeProviding ambulance transportation to a doctor appointment.
Critical CareA specialized or intensive transport of seriously injured or ill patients from facility to facility or hospital to hospital.
DialysisProviding ambulance transport for patients that are medically necessary, to and from dialysis appointments.
As the region’s largest critical care paramedic staff, our commitment is to provide the most advanced and friendly care available. With multiple locations staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, we are always ready to respond to your needs.
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Like most of the general public, you were taught to dial 911 for an ambulance during an emergency. Did you know, the majority of ambulances you see on the roads are probably on a non-emergency