Ohio Ambulance is Ohio’s premier ambulance company.
Ohio Ambulance is an integral part of Ohio’s healthcare system, providing 24 hour emergency and non-emergency medical transportation services.Committed to service and quality, we understand the stress a medical crisis can put on a patient and their family members. For this reason, Ohio Ambulance provides these individuals with professional care and compassion en-route to their destination. We strive for excellence as we utilize high standards of practice when it comes to patient care.
Ohio Ambulance serves with honesty, loyalty, and dedication. Teamwork is achieved through our advanced methods of communication and cooperation among our staff members with other healthcare professionals. We provide services to Skilled Nursing Facilities, Hospitals, Hospice Organizations, Home Health Care Agencies, Dialysis Facilities, Free Standing Emergency Departments, Retirement Communities. We also work directly with many major health plans and physician groups. Ohio Ambulance also provides EMT and Paramedic coverage for special events and organizations such as sporting events, conventions, and concerts.
ALS, BLS, Ambulette and Ambulatory Medial Transportation Options available. We also provide 24/7 Call-Intake Services, Dispatching, and Medical Billing services.
Retirement Communities, Nursing Homes, Hospitals, Physician Groups, Dialysis Centers, Government Agencies, Federal and Commercial Health Plans, Accessible Care Organizations, Transportation Brokers, Home Health Agencies, Hospice, Special Event Organizers, Profit and Non-Profit Ambulance Agencies.
Emergency Rescue Service · Transportation Service · Business Service
MISSION & VISION
Mission and Vision Statement
It is our Mission “To cultivate a highly desirable work environment by engaging all levels of medical transportation personnel to improve transport options for those in need.”
This is further supported by our Vision Statement; “As Ohio Ambulance evolves into diverse healthcare settings, our employees will benefit from the diversity and expand their skills. Thus, providing the ultimate benefit to those we serve.”
Provide a desired work environment dedicated to nurturing the skill set and education of employees who dedicate their careers to caring for others. As our employees evolve, so will Ohio Ambulance.
STAFF & FACILITIES
Ohio Ambulance is dedicated to providing the best service by the most trusted staff in the area.
Ohio Ambulance consists of highly qualified Parmedics, EMTs, Ambulette Attendants, Communication Center Specialists, Dispatchers. Billing Representatives are available 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mon-Fri. These individuals assist our Customers in understanding what benefits and expenses are associated with our services.
Ohio Ambulance has the best ambulance and ambulette fleet in the area.
Advanced Life Support Ambulance (ALS)
This ambulance is designed to transport patients that require the following services: administration of Intravenous therapy, airway maintenance, manual defibrillation / cardioversion, stabilization of pneumothorax conditions, endotracheal intubation, central line placement, cardiac pacing, chest decompression, surgical airway, intraosseous line, and cardiac (EKG) monitoring, as well as patients who are ventilator dependent. This service level is used in emergency and non-emergency situations. These vehicles are staffed with a minimum of one Paramedic and one Emergency Medical Technician.
Ambulette Transportation (Wheelchair Van)
These vehicles are used to transport wheelchair bound patients. They are equipped with hydraulic lifts and are staffed with one Wheelchair Van Attendant who is CPR and First Aid Certified. These vehicles are not appropriate for patients who cannot sit or require specialized medical intervention.
Basic Life Support Ambulance (BLS)
This ambulance is designed to accommodate bed confined patients and patients who require such basic medical services such as; control of bleeding, splinting fractures, administration and monitoring of oxygen, treatment for shock, CPR, or emergency first-aid. This level of service can be used in emergency and non-emergency situations. These vehicles are staffed with a minimum of two Emergency Medical Technicians.