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The Priority Ambulance family of companies provides emergency and non-emergency interfacility ambulance transportation services to 500,000 patients each year. We operate in 12 states and count nearly 3,400 EMS professional clinicians as proud members of our team. We partner with a variety of customers, including municipal governments, large hospital systems and individual health care facilities. Our paramedics, emergency medical technicians and registered nurses provide comprehensive prehospital care, ranging from advanced life support and critical care to basic life support and specialized bariatric services.
The Priority Ambulance family of companies has maintained excellent relationships providing 9-1-1 services to communities across the country – in some cases for decades. Through this shared network of system design expertise and resources and national leaders in EMS system design, Priority Ambulance is well-equipped and supported to design an exceptional 9-1-1 system for communities of all size and makeups.
Interfacility & Hospital Partnerships
Priority Ambulance partners with hospital systems and medical facilities across the country to create innovative, customized solutions to improve patient flow and provide clinically superior, efficient transportation. For those seeking an interfacility transportation provider, we offer specialized vehicles and equipment for all levels of care from basic life support to specialty care. Additionally, we can create integrated hospital partnerships, where we serve as the exclusive strategic partner to develop systemwide solutions, services and accountability. Finally, we offer technology solutions for our customers that simplify accessing and monitoring transportation effectiveness across all vendors and platforms – saving hospital staff and leadership valuable time.
HEALTH CARE PROGRAMS
Priority Ambulance’s leadership team is experienced in mobile integrated health care. These programs benefit communities and health care systems by identifying new services that can be provided by emergency medical personnel to improve overall community health and reduce overuse of the health care system as a whole.