Mission: Emergycare's mission is to save lives and positively impact health, well-being and safety in the communities we serve. Emergycare will broaden its role as an integral part of the healthcare and public safety communities through a focus on new services, partnerships and opportunities. These changes will drive a period of progressive transformation and evolution in leadership, development, and structure. The result will be an emergycare that is highly regarded for its leadership role in healthcare and public safety throughout the region.
Programs: Emergycare will be the industry leader in emergency medical services. We're committed to giving each patient the care and compassion they deserve while providing our dedicated staff with the highest quality technology, equipment and education in a working environment that fosters open communication, creativity and pride. A few examples of our services:-emergency 911 ambulance transportation-non-emergency transportation for those in wheelchairs-interfacility transports for the most critically ill and injured who cannot be moved without stretchers, medications and medical personnel-educational offerings for volunteer firefighters, medical office workers, daycare providers, those interested in ems careers and the general public-community standby services where we'll have an ambulance on-site for community festivals, sporting events and fairs-advocacy to positively affect the health, well-being and access to emergency care for the residents of our service area
EmergyCare is one of the largest non-profit ambulance services in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, covering more than 5,600 square miles and protecting over 500,000 people. EmergyCare has been recognized for its excellence by the PA Emergency Health Service Council (PEHSC), the American Ambulance Association (AAA), PA Ambulance Association and American Heart Association. These accolades are a testament to EmergyCare’s commitment to providing the highest quality of care to the constituents of North-Western Pennsylvania. The service lines that EmergyCare provides includes: Emergency and Non-Emergency medical transportation at the Basic / Advanced / Critical Care Life Support levels, inter-agency paramedic intercept response, paratransit (wheelchair) / medical taxi transport solutions, tactical paramedic / SWAT Team integration, and community outreach which includes educational safety programs including Camp EMS. The operations team consists of approximately 230 wheelchair transporters, EMTs, PHRNs and Paramedics and a fleet of 70 vehicles including 33 ambulances stationed in Erie, Titusville, Warren and Kane, PA. Organization wide, EmergyCare runs approximately 65,000 transports annually.