Services

Routine Medical Transport and Basic Life Support

For the safe and careful transfer of ill and non-ambulatory patients between facilities and to and from home on a non-emergency basis. Always includes skilled patient assessment and monitoring.

Can include oxygen and respiratory assistance. Can include non-invasive cardio pulmonary resuscitation. Routine transport services are usually arranged in advance by scheduling with the Sample Ambulance Service Dispatch Center.

Neonatal Transport

For more then 30 years Sample Ambulance Service has been recognized for leadership in the emergency transport of pre mature or distressed newborns to specialized Neonatal Intensive Care Centers in Southern Massachusetts. During this time the Company has assisted thousands of babies and families and witnessed the significant reduction of neonatal mortality. Our specialized incubators and life support equipment are continually being upgraded to incorporate the latest neonatal treatment advances.

Paramedic Advanced Life Support

In response to an emergency call to Sample Ambulance Service, a paramedic staffed Advanced Life Support (ALS) vehicle is dispatched. An ALS unit is equipped for pre-hospital care needs, including cardiac and respiratory emergencies. Paramedics operate under physician-developed, approved and maintained standard protocols and if necessary, the direction of the base hospital physician.

Sample Ambulance Service's emergency response times are scrupulously monitored and the Company is committed to a record which meets the nationally and locally accepted standards.

Sample Ambulance Service also participates in an Integrated Response Plan (IRP) with the City and County of Springfield Department of Public Health, providing a vital function in response to 9-1-1 emergency calls.

Mobile Intensive Care

In response to an emergency call to Sample Ambulance Service, a paramedic staffed Advanced Life Support (ALS) vehicle is dispatched. An ALS unit is equipped for pre-hospital care needs, including cardiac and respiratory emergencies. Paramedics operate under physician-developed, approved and maintained standard protocols and if necessary, the direction of the base hospital physician.

Sample Ambulance Service's emergency response times are scrupulously monitored and the Company is committed to a record which meets the nationally and locally accepted standards.

Sample Ambulance Service also participates in an Integrated Response Plan (IRP) with the City and County of Springfield Department of Public Health, providing a vital function in response to 9-1-1 emergency calls.

 

Stand-By Emergency Medical Services

It's a trademark of the City of Springfield - participation in community events, whether one-time "happenings" or traditional and annual. Sample Ambulance Service has been providing Stand-by Emergency Medical Services for public events since 1915. Sample Ambulance Service also provides Stand-by Emergency Medical Services for major corporate activities and sporting events such as the Springfield Falcons hockey games.

Arrangements for Stand-by Emergency Services can be made by contacting Sample Ambulance Service's special event coordinator. Consultation and assistance will be provided to determine the type, number and optimal location for emergency vehicles needed for event.