Bristol County Ambulance

Find Bristol County Massachusetts ambulances. Ambulances provide emergency care services, such as the transporting of individuals to and from the hospital.


Access Ambulance of Fall River 231 Weaver Street Fall River MA 02720 508-617-4035


Access Ambulance of Fall River 326 North Main Street Fall River MA 02720 508-730-2000

Aegis Medical Transport Ambulance 21 Hampden Drive Easton MA 02375 508-297-1419

Alert Ambulance Service of Attleboro 38 Forest Street Attleboro MA 02703 508-226-4200

Alert Ambulance Service of Fall River 1290 Wilson Road Fall River MA 02720 508-677-3303

Alert Ambulance Service of New Bedford 218 Nash Road New Bedford MA 02746 508-997-8686

Alert Ambulance Service of New Bedford 404 Nash Road New Bedford MA 02746 508-999-1193

Ambulance Eascare of North Dartmouth 640 State Road Dartmouth MA 02747 508-998-9969

Ambulance Eascare of North Dartmouth 14 Ventura Drive Dartmouth MA 02747 508-999-9969

Brewster Ambulance of North Dartmouth 654 State Road Dartmouth MA 02747 774-206-6305

Cataldo Ambulance of Somerset 137 Washington Avenue Somerset MA 02726 617-284-9050

Eagle EMS Ambulance 557 Spring Street Fall River MA 02721 508-676-5100

Eascare Ambulance of New Bedford 2812 Acushnet Avenue New Bedford MA 02745 774-328-8562

Global Care Medical Transportation Ambulance 65 Manchester Street Fall River MA 02721 508-679-0712

Mercy Ambulance Service of South Easton 9 Bristol Drive Easton MA 02375 508-230-2259

Rehoboth Ambulance Committee 334 Anawan Street Rehoboth MA 02769 508-252-2318

Southcoast EMS Ambulance of Fall River 57 Manchester Street Fall River MA 02721 508-672-0473

Southcoast EMS Ambulance of North Dartmouth 360 Faunce Corner Road Dartmouth MA 02747 508-995-2022

Stat Ambulance Service of New England of New Bedford 689 Kempton Street New Bedford MA 02740 508-990-0188

Stat Ambulance Service of New England of New Bedford 506 Middle Street New Bedford MA 02740 508-992-2230

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.