New Haven County Ambulance

Find New Haven County Connecticut ambulances. Ambulances provide information on emergency care services and the transport of individuals to and from the hospital.


B & C Ambulance Service 1212 Woodtick Road Wolcott CT 06716 203-879-3644


Bridgeport Ambulance Service 58 Middletown Avenue New Haven CT 06513 800-738-7752

Campion Ambulance Service of Cheshire 3 Country Club Road Cheshire CT 06410 203-272-0781

Campion Ambulance Service of Waterbury 1975 South Main Street Waterbury CT 06706 203-754-0379

Campion Ambulance Service of Waterbury 15 West Dover Street Waterbury CT 06706 203-753-5055

Derby Ambulance Service 125 Water Street Derby CT 06418 203-735-7811

Griffin Hospital Emergency Services Ambulance 130 Division Street Derby CT 06418 203-732-7222

Guilford City Ambulance 31 Park Street Guilford CT 06437 203-453-8045

Hunter's Ambulance Service of Meriden 450 West Main Street Meriden CT 06451 203-235-3369

Hunter's Ambulance Service of Wallingford 47 North Plains Industrial Road Wallingford CT 06492 203-265-7056

Hunters Ambulance Service of Meriden 474 East Main Street Meriden CT 06450 203-235-3369

Madison Ambulance Association 9 Old State Highway 79 Madison CT 06443 203-245-9821

Naugatuck Ambulance 246 Rubber Avenue Naugatuck CT 06770 203-729-5362

Northwest EMS Ambulance of Oxford 83 Still Road Oxford CT 06478 203-888-8834

Oxford Ambulance Association 484 Oxford Road Oxford CT 06478 203-888-9090

Securicor EMS Ambulance of Meriden 95 East Main Street Meriden CT 06450 203-686-1416

Seymour Ambulance Association 4 Wakeley Street Seymour CT 06483 203-888-8843

Southbury Ambulance Association 68 Georges Hill Road Southbury CT 06488 203-262-8082

Valley EMS Ambulance of Seymour 764 Derby Avenue Seymour CT 06483 203-308-2332

Wolcott Volunteer Ambulance 48 Todd Road Wolcott CT 06716 203-879-4122

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.