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With a long-standing reputation as a leader in emergency medical care, Lifeline Ambulance Service provides Basic Life Support/Advanced Life Support (BLS/ALS), to all types of facilities, organizations and patients. We transport patients to and from the hospital, nursing home, dialysis or surgical center and doctor’s office. We also specialize in on-site medical standby, developing an operational solution that will ensure prompt delivery of emergency medical care at your event, while meeting the requirements of the New York State Sanitary Code.

Patient Choice: For many of our patient clients, it is important that they are transported to their physician's preferred hospital to maintain continuity of care. When utilizing our services, be assured we will transport to the hospital of your choice.*

* There may be certain life-threatening instances where we are required by law to transport to the nearest emergency room.

Basic Life Support (BLS): With BLS, our certified emergency medical technicians (EMTs) can provide non-emergency transports including outpatient visits to hospitals or physician offices as well as emergency transports for life-threatening emergencies, which may require CPR, use of an automated external defibrillator, managing allergic reactions, orthopedic injuries or minor traumas and illness. These transports can be scheduled in advance or on an emergent basis.

Advanced Life Support (ALS): With ALS, our paramedics provide state-of-the-art advanced / invasive equipment and medications. These transports can handle cardiopulmonary resuscitation, cardiac monitoring, endotracheal intubation, intravenious therapy and select trauma surgical procedures.

Lifeline Ambulance can provide transportation for local emergency room visits and discharges as well as to and from:

  • Nursing Homes
  • Specialty or Rehab Hospitals
  • Dialysis, Radiation and Ambulatory Surgical Centers
  • Physician’s Offices
  • Assisted Living, Independent Living and Retirement Centers
  • Hospital Transfers for Advanced Medical Needs
  • An Almost Unlimited Range of Other Transportation Needs

Important Information Needed When Requesting Ambulance Transportation:

  • Patient's Name & Address
  • Current Location and Transport Destination
  • Reason for Ambulance
  • Date of Birth
  • Insurance Information
  • Caller's Name
  • Caller's Telephone Number