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Ambulette Service Terms to Know

Many people are familiar with an emergency ambulance, which is dispatched to provide immediate medical care as well as transport. However, there are several types of ambulette services that do not involve a standard emergency ambulance. Below are some common medical transport terms.

  • Fly Car - A fly car dispatches one person, usually a paramedic, to the scene of a medical emergency. The paramedic can deliver life saving care, but the vehicle is not suitable for transporting a patient to the hospital. Fly cars, also called response units, can be vans, cars, motorcycles, or even horses.
  • Charity Ambulance - These ambulette services help sick patients leave the hospital during long term stays. Often provided by charities, these ambulances are usually modified private buses.
  • Mobile Data Terminal – This piece of equipment is used in conjunction with a two way radio to provide information to the EMTs in an emergency ambulance. The terminals record when EMTs receive a call, when they arrive, and help the driver with any navigational needs.
  • Evidence Gathering CCTV - This form of closed circuit television tapes emergency personal while they are working. This creates a record to confirm or dispute allegations of malpractice.
  • Data Recorders - Data recorders are used to monitor the use of sirens, speed, seat belt usage, and other EMS vehicle capabilities.
  • Tail Lift - Tail lifts are fitted into ambulance vehicles to raise heavy loads. EMTs aiding obese patients, patients in hospital beds, and patients using neonatal equipment may require this piece of equipment.
  • Trauma Lighting - Many patient-transport emergency vehicles are fitted with red or blue lights. These lights can be used in cases where the patient has photo sensitivity.
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    R V Ambulette
    45 Ludlow St Ste 416, Yonkers, NY 10705
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    (914) 375-7100
    User Review: "One of the best company's I have ever been in. The treat me really well and take care of me the entire way. Great company..." - John (NY)
    R M Ambulette Inc
    3 N West St, Mount Vernon, NY 10550
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    (914) 668-3500
    User Review: "Driver he came in so close to my vehicle that my side view mirror was pushed in. The driver displayed dangerous, reckless..."
    Sterling Ambulette
    110 Edison Ave, Mount Vernon, NY 10550
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    (718) 671-8088
    User Review: "A driver was very helpful.And I will be please to have again" - ahmad (NY)
    Premier Ambulette Transportation
    271 North Ave Ste 1200, New Rochelle, NY 10801
    Specializes in wheelchair, day treatment, adult day care, Non emergency stretcher, disabled and dialysis transportation. Premier Ambulette has been servicing the county for over two decades.
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    (914) 633-9151
    User Review: "Very nice workers and good service, they are informative and helped me with the most difficult part of my life. I think all..."
    Happy Care Ambulette Inc
    1174 Commerce Ave Frnt 1, Bronx, NY 10462
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    (718) 823-5523
    User Review: "They r the worst dirty old vans terriable dispatchers and always late by hours never ever would I risk my or ne1 elses in..."
    Eden Ambulet Corp
    230 E Ridgewood Ave, Paramus, NJ 07652
    At Eden Ambulance Corporation, our philosophy is simple. We believe in delivering the highest level of personalized customer service through a dedicated team which includes our emergency medical technicians.
    (201) 225-9339
    Westchester Ambulettesvce
    193 S Broadway, Yonkers, NY 10701
    (718) 968-2500
    American Ambulette Corp
    722 Nepperhan Ave, Yonkers, NY 10703
    (914) 968-8000
    Satco Ambulette
    130 Park Ave, Yonkers, NY 10703
    (914) 751-1043
    Action Ambulette Inc
    828 Mclean Ave, Yonkers, NY 10704
    (914) 968-3200
    Apollo Transportation
    1025 Saw Mill River Rd, Yonkers, NY 10710
    (914) 963-0100
    Sunlight Transportation
    Yonkers, NY 10707
    (914) 968-1474
    Sterling Ambulette Inc
    14 Cortlandt St, Mount Vernon, NY 10550
    (914) 667-8176
    Ambutrans Ambulette
    8 E Prospect Ave, Mount Vernon, NY 10550
    (914) 699-0785
    Metro North Ambulance Corp
    154 E 3rd St, Mount Vernon, NY 10550
    (914) 663-8860

    Many people who are wheel chair bound need to be able to get from place to place. For this, they can hire ambulette services to pick them up, load them, and drop them off at their destination. Slightly different from ambulances, which often operates in a true emergency and work for hospitals, ambulette services are private transportation companies that offer non emergency transit rides to and from doctor appointments or physical therapy. Ambulette services, staffed by qualified emergency medical technicians (EMTs), can provide transportation to and from mental health facilities, medical centers, clinics, and hospitals. Patients may need MRIs, dialysis, chemotherapy, or routine doctor exams. Some people call ambulette services if they have fallen or have suffered some other kind of accident in which they need help. To this end, some ambulette services, staffed by paramedics, do provide emergency assistance and will use sirens and lights in these cases. Most ambulette services accept most forms of insurance, including Medicaid. They utilize a variety of vehicles, such as high top wheelchairs vans, buses, and passenger capacity vans. Each company should boast a fleet of safe, up-to-code vehicles that have passed regular inspection. Ambulette service paramedics should stock the vans, also called transit wagons, with any necessary First Aid and other medical supplies and equipment, such as gurneys, stretchers, medicine, and basic life support machines. First emerging in ancient times, ambulances consisted of simple carts used for transporting patients by force. It wasn’t until the 19th and 20th centuries that advances gave rise to the first self-powered ambulances.
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