Washington County Ambulance

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


Ambulance & Chair Service of Burgettstown 12 Fuller Drive Burgettstown PA 15021 724-947-2244


Ambulance & Chair Service of Washington 75 Braden Street Washington PA 15301 724-225-8050

Bentworth Ambulance Service of Bentleyville 40 Diamond Way Bentleyville PA 15314 724-239-5512

Bentworth Ambulance Service of Bentleyville 6 Diamond Way Bentleyville PA 15314 724-239-2221

Brownsville Ambulance Service of California 101 Wood Street California PA 15419 724-938-9565

Canonsburg Ambulance Service 209 West Pike Street Canonsburg PA 15317 724-745-6911

Fort Cherry Ambulance of Houston 17 North Main Street Houston PA 15342 724-760-6500

Fort Cherry Ambulance of Mc Donald 8200 Noblestown Road McDonald PA 15057 724-926-7200

Jefferson Hills Area Ambulance of Finleyville 3904 Finleyville Elrama Road Finleyville PA 15332 724-782-0875

Peters Township VFW 764 Ambulance Service 300 Municipal Drive McMurray PA 15317 724-941-4700

Tri Community Ambulance of Monongahela 226 Chess Street Monongahela PA 15063 724-258-7789

Union Ambulance of Finleyville 3500 Cliff Street Finleyville PA 15332 724-348-2439

About Washington County Ambulances

Washington County Ambulances provide emergency and non-emergency medical transport for patients going to hospitals, medical centers, and other health care facilities in Washington County, PA. Ambulance Services can be provided by a variety of Washington County government, private non-profit, or for-profit entities. Washington County Ambulance Service providers may only provide transport services, or they may offer transport services in conjunction with Emergency Medical Services (EMS).

You may contact Ambulance Services for questions about:
  • Washington County Ambulance Companies
  • Emergency transportation in Washington County
  • Insurance coverage and billing
  • Washington County Ambulance Service jobs and employment
  • Call 9-1-1 for emergencies
Washington County Emergency Ambulance Service

Washington County Emergency Ambulance Services is one component of a network of resources activated during a medical emergency. Emergency response is a coordinated effort, usually between multiple agencies, which typically involves Washington County 911 dispatch, on-scene care by first responders, and transport to an appropriate facility. When provided in conjunction with EMS, Ambulance Services are often operated as part of a county or local government Washington County Emergency Services Department or Washington County Public Safety Department. In addition to transport capability, the Ambulance may be staffed with Emergency Medical Technicians or Paramedics who are qualified to provide Basic Life Support or Advanced Life Support to patients experiencing medical emergencies.

Washington County Private Ambulance Service

Washington County and local governments may also contract out EMS and Ambulance Services to private organizations that provide both EMS and transport services. Hybrid arrangements are also common, in which Ambulance Services are contracted to a private organization, while Washington County or local EMS staff provide both on-scene care as well as pre-hospital medical care during transport.

Non-Emergency Medical Transportation

Washington County Ambulance Services are also necessary for a variety of non-emergency situations, normally on a scheduled basis. Ambulances are often a medical necessity for a patient's transport for planned medical services, such as to a dialysis facility for end-stage renal disease patients. Washington County Ambulance providers also transport nursing home residents to health care providers, often on a contractual basis with the nursing home. Ambulance Service providers also offer chair car services in vehicles equipped with side wheelchair lifts. Unscheduled non-emergency Ambulance transportation may be provided in Washington County, in some cases, such as when transport is needed to diagnose or treat a patient's health condition and the use of any other method of transportation would endanger the patient's health.