13687 Ambulance

Find 13687 ambulances. Ambulances provide information on emergency care services and the transport of individuals to and from the hospital.


St Regis Falls Ambulance Inc 7 North River Road St. Regis Falls NY 12980 21.7 miles from 13687 585-768-2192


Tupper Lake Volunteer Ambulance & Rescue Squad 49 High Street Tupper Lake NY 12986 23.8 miles from 13687 518-359-9111

Gouverneur Rescue Squad Ambulance 1024 U.s. 11 Gouverneur NY 13642 33.4 miles from 13687 315-287-1321

Massena Rescue Squad Ambulance Bridges Avenue Massena NY 13662 33.9 miles from 13687 315-764-0313

Massena Rescue Squad Ambulance 341 East Orvis Street Massena NY 13662 34.3 miles from 13687 315-764-1744

Seaway Valley Ambulance Services 202 North Main Street Massena NY 13662 34.9 miles from 13687 315-764-1633

Ogdensburg Volunteer Rescue Squad Ambulance 100 State Street Ogdensburg NY 13669 37.0 miles from 13687 315-393-0837

Northern Ambulance 347 Elm Street Malone NY 12953 40.1 miles from 13687 518-483-6650

Raquette Lake Volunteer Ambulance Squad 171 New York 28 Raquette Lake NY 13436 44.5 miles from 13687 315-354-4644

Lake Placid Volunteer Ambulance Service River Road Lake Placid NY 12946 45.9 miles from 13687 518-523-9511

Carthage Volunteer Rescue Ambulance 200 Riverside Drive Carthage NY 13619 49.8 miles from 13687 315-493-1913

Old Forge Volunteer Ambulance 116 Fulton Bend Old Forge NY 13420 51.7 miles from 13687 315-724-6619

Indian Lake Ambulance 105 Pelon Road Indian Lake NY 12842 53.3 miles from 13687 518-648-5000

Evans Mills Volunteer Ambulance Squad 8733 Factory Street Evans Mills NY 13637 53.8 miles from 13687 315-629-0714

Lewis County Search & Rescue Ambulance 7782 West State Street Lowville NY 13367 55.3 miles from 13687 315-376-7745

Black River Ambulance 121 Leray Street Black River NY 13612 55.8 miles from 13687 315-773-4501

About Ambulances

What are Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Life Support (ALS)?

Basic Lift Support and Advanced Life Support are medical protocols followed during medical emergencies. BLS is provided by Emergency Medical Technicians and largely involves monitoring vital signs. ALS is followed when more extensive treatment is needed, such as cardiac monitoring or intravenous therapy.

Who pays for emergency Ambulance transport?

In most cases, the patient, their insurance provider, or both are billed for the cost of emergency Ambulance transport. Depending on the insurance provider and the extent of medical care provided during transport, insurance may cover a large portion of the cost.

Do all Ambulance Services provide non-emergency transportation?

No. Some Ambulance Services are dedicated exclusively for use in conjunction with the 911 system and EMS purposes. These Ambulance Services are not available for scheduled or non-emergency purposes.