EMS encompasses three main areas - Emergency Ambulance Service, Scheduled Ambulance Service and Critical Care Service. But what does this mean to you?
Emergency Ambulance Service
- Rapid response to your emergency.
- All ambulances equipped at ALS (Advanced Life Support) level.
- Specific drugs and sophisticated telemetry systems available.
- We work together to provide pre-hospital medical services with a Mission, Vision, and Values.
Scheduled Ambulance Service
- For patients who are bed-confined, require life-sustaining oxygen, or who are too weak to be moved by any other means.
- Healthcare professionals specially trained to care for these individuals.
- Contact us if you or a family member need this service.
Critical Care Service
- For critically ill patients who need to be transferred between healthcare facilities.
- When the transfer creates a potential risk to the patient’s life
- Critical Care Units equipped with state of the art equipment.
- Units maintain direct contact between the physician and our paramedics or registered nurses.
- Units equipped with advanced EKG systems, invasive monitoring devices and ventilators.
Illinois Patient Transport
Illinois Patient Transport (IPT) provides services to hospitals and patients requiring compassionate supervision during transportation between health care facilities. The division is responsible for transportation throughout Illinois, except Cook County. Operated 24 hours a day, the service is providing using a high quality, technologically advanced fleet of specially designed automobiles.
Behavioral Health Services Division