23389 Ambulance

Find 23389 ambulances. Ambulances provide information on emergency care services and the transport of individuals to and from the hospital.

Eastern Shore Ambulance Service of Accomac 23378 Commerce Drive Accomac VA 23301 10.2 miles from 23389 757-787-7116

Crisfield Ambulance Maryland 380 Crisfield MD 21817 22.0 miles from 23389 410-968-2000

Oak Hall Rescue Ambulance 30057 Ambulance Road Oak Hall VA 23416 24.2 miles from 23389 757-824-3370

Cape Charles Rescue Service Ambulance 22215 South Bayside Road Cape Charles VA 23310 27.7 miles from 23389 757-331-2392

Virginia Lifeline Ambulance Service 4396 Logan Lane Chincoteague VA 23336 31.9 miles from 23389 757-336-5402

Lower Shore Ambulance Service 500 Market Street Pocomoke MD 21851 32.0 miles from 23389 410-957-2313

Pocomoke City Ambulance Squad 137 8th Street Pocomoke MD 21851 32.0 miles from 23389 410-957-3600

Lifestar Ambulance of Salisbury 1024 South Tower Drive Salisbury MD 21804 49.4 miles from 23389 410-546-0809

Eagle Medical Transport Ambulance of Newport News 570 Industrial Park Drive Newport News VA 23608 52.0 miles from 23389 757-273-7198

Cardinal Ambulance Services 716 Thimble Shoals Boulevard Newport News VA 23606 53.0 miles from 23389 757-594-9800

Virginia Office of Emergency Services Ambulance 106 Colony Road Newport News VA 23602 53.3 miles from 23389 718-753-4084

Mar - Mac Transportation Services Ambulance 6 Newsome Place Hampton VA 23661 53.3 miles from 23389 757-727-0060

Administration Fire EMS Ambulance 300 McLaws Circle Williamsburg VA 23185 53.8 miles from 23389 757-220-0626

Lexington Park Volunteer Rescue Ambulance 21633 Great Mills Road Lexington Park MD 20653 53.8 miles from 23389 301-862-3331

Medical Transport Ambulance of Hampton 3307 Sunnyside Drive Hampton VA 23666 54.1 miles from 23389 757-244-5000

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.