Middlesex County Ambulance

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

Action Ambulance Service of Bedford 1 Commercial Avenue Bedford MA 01730 781-538-5308

Action Ambulance Service of Melrose 185 Essex Street Melrose MA 02176 781-665-2000

Action Ambulance Service of Stoneham 26 Central Street Stoneham MA 02180 781-279-7000

Action Ambulance Service of Wakefield Del Carmine Street Wakefield MA 01880 781-279-8240

Action Ambulance Service of Wilmington 844 Woburn Street Wilmington MA 01887 978-694-8550

Amstrong Ambulance 55 Knox Trail Acton MA 01720 978-897-3440

Armstrong Ambulance Service 87 Mystic Street Arlington MA 02474 781-648-0612

Cataldo Ambulance of Melrose 576 Main Street Melrose MA 02176 617-625-0126

Cataldo Ambulance of Newtonville 195 Crafts Street Newton MA 02460 617-916-5669

Cataldo Ambulance of Somerville 137 Washington Street Somerville MA 02143 617-625-0042

Chaulk Ambulance Service Billing 4 Tech Circle Natick MA 01760 508-872-2900

Eastern Ambulance 12 Walnut Hill Park Woburn MA 01801 781-932-6380

Fallon Ambulance of Ashland 250 Eliot Street Ashland MA 01721 508-309-7429

Fallon Ambulance of Holliston 150 Kuniholm Drive Holliston MA 01746 774-233-0757

Lifeline Ambulance Service of Woburn 6 Gill Street Woburn MA 01801 617-332-0005

Lifeline Ambulance Service of Woburn 11 State Street Woburn MA 01801 781-935-2220

Lowell City Ambulance 1221 Westford Street Lowell MA 01851 978-441-9999

Marlboro Hudson Ambulance & Wheel Chair Service 9 Hillside Road Hudson MA 01749 508-485-4544

Marlboro-Hudson Ambulance Service 10 Cochituate Street Natick MA 01760 508-655-1119

Marlborough Hudson Ambulance 401 Cedar Hill Street Marlborough MA 01752 508-485-4544

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.