Ambulance Services

Below is a list of services offered by National Ambulance LLC .  Contact us and allow us to design a high performance, cost effective, mobile healthcare service model that will best serve your patients.

Advanced Life Support (ALS)

All of our Advanced Life Support (ALS) Ambulances are certified and inspected by the Department of Public Health.  Our ALS ambulances are staffed with EMT Paramedics certified in pre-hospital care, equipped to provide Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Life Support (ALS),  and Interfacility Specialty Care Transport (SCT) services.  Their capabilities include but are not limited to: advanced airway management, cardiac monitoring and defibrillation, IV administration, and administration of select life-saving medications.  Each of our Paramedic’s undergoes extensive customer service training, ALS skills simulation, and compliance training that preparing them to serve you with skill and compassion when you need it most.

Primary 911 Response & Back Up 911 Response

We are equipped to address any and all of your emergency needs. At National Ambulance we feel the best way to provide local EMS service is by supplementing local 911 coverage with mutual aid and ALS intercept services. National Ambulance works cooperatively with local fire departments and municipal agencies to assist in meeting the needs of citizens relying on 911 EMS services. Our goal at National Ambulance is to work jointly with local EMS organizations to provide vital services whilst allowing mutual autonomy.

We understand that all municipalities have different EMS coverage requirements and regulations. If you require Primary 911 EMS response coverage we will meet your needs.

Basic Life Support (BLS) Ambulance

All of our Basic Life Support (BLS) Ambulances are certified and inspected by the Department of Public Health.  Our BLS ambulances are staffed with Emergency Medical Technicians certified in pre-hospital care and equipped to provide basic emergency care. Their capabilities include but are not limited to: monitoring vital signs, patient assessment, airway management, oxygen delivery, application of dressings and bandages, splinting of extremities, spinal immobilization, and administering CPR.  Each of our EMT’s undergo extensive customer service training, skills simulation and compliance training that prepare them to serve you with skill and compassion when you need it most.

Non – Emergency Ambulance Services

Non-Emergency Ambulance Services, otherwise known as Medical Stretcher Services, transport non-emergency patients moving to, from, and between  health care facilities for medically necessary reasons that are not a direct result of a sudden or unexpected deterioration in the patient’s condition. Non emergency transports do not manage life, limb,or function threatening conditions. Transports include hospital discharges for patients who are unable to use conventional means of transportation, or those requiring specialized equipment or treatment.

Private insurance plans have varying rules and requirements regarding coverage for  non-emergency ambulance service. Virtually every insurance company, however, will require that non-emergency ambulance services be medically necessary. Private insurance does not cover transportation for the convenience of the patient or transports to preferred facilities or physicians.  Insurance plans generally require prior approval or a doctor’s signature for transport.  Specific origin and destination restrictions may apply. Be advised, select private insurance companies do not provide non-emergency medical transportation coverage.

When calling for non-emergency ambulance service, please be prepared to provide the call intake specialist with basic patient information as well as information concerning and the type of service being requested. Requests for ambulance transports that require advanced life support (ACLS) will require additional information be given to the call intake specialist regarding the patient’s condition and treatment required.  National Ambulance is committed to providing hassle-free, efficient, punctual service for all non-emergency ambulance requests.

Bariatric Services

The term “bariatric” refers to patients who are classified as overweight or obese. National Ambulance specializes in bariatric services. Each bariatric ambulance is supplied with regulation equipment for the safe and efficient completion of all bariatric non-emergency transports. You can expect to be met with compassion by our employees for a safe, dignified, and professional experience.

National Ambulance has specialized bariatric equipment outfitting designated bariatric ambulances. Our bariatric units house equipment on board for timely response. All our crews undergo thorough bariatric transport training and are committed to the enhancement of care with special attention to comfort.

Behavioral Health Service

At National Ambulance our team members undergo expensive training for safe and effective transport for patients experiencing a behavioral emergency.  This includes patient restraint training incorporating physical and or medical sedation.  Additionally, our team members are educated on the legal application of Massachusetts General Law Chapter 123, Section 12 (a) and 12 (b) as related to ambulance transportation of patients experiencing a behavioral emergency.  Our field staff also receive customized behavior emergency training for the de escalation of violent behavior patterns.

Event Standby Services

National Ambulance provides both committed and noncommitted ambulance standby support during sporting events, community gatherings, concerts, fairs, parades, and other public and private events.  National Ambulance will design an individualized plan that incorporates all requirements and needs for each event.

National Ambulance works with event organizers, city or town officials and other public safety agencies to create special event plans prior to the event. Plans will address the type of venue, number of individuals expected to be in attendance, geographical social and seasonal considerations, local EMS capabilities, and access, egress, and staging of EMS resources. Small events generally have one or two Field Providers assigned. Large events are normally staffed by EMTs and Paramedics.  Size dependent, some larger scale events may require a Supervisor, First Aid Station,  mix of ALS & BLS Ambulances, and other specialized vehicles as necessary.

Long Distance Medical Transport Services

Long Distance Transports are designed for any level of patient care whether transferring to a facility across our state or returning home across the nation.  For long distance calls our ambulances are stocked with all the necessary medical equipment and supplies to effectively provide BLS, ALS and SCT level patient care by our certified EMTs, and Paramedics.

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