Emergency and Non-Emergency Services
Delivering exceptional pre-hospital care is dependent on having a qualified staff of emergency medical personnel, specialized medical equipment and a fleet including Advanced Life Support, Basic Life Support and Wheelchair Vans that are meticulously maintained.
CCA surpasses the industry standard in staff orientation and training; providing organization sponsorship Critical Intensive Care Paramedic creating the largest pool of Intensive Care Paramedics in Northeastern Ohio and RNs with ER and ICU experience.
Each ALS ambulance is equipped with the latest medical equipment and technology including 12-lead EKG with transmit capabilities; NIBP and SP02, Tri-chamber IV pumps compatible with hospital tubing, portable ventilators, and CPAP.
Our entire fleet consists of the larger, Type III modular ambulances which boast a more spacious work environment and a smoother ride for the patient.
Disasters can happen at anytime and anywhere, either man-made or by nature. Local communities can become overwhelmed and Emergency Services strained, in partnership with federal and state agencies; Community Care Ambulance responds. Our qualified Response Teams are ready at a moment’s notice to deploy to support our communities both at home and out-of-state.
Our experienced Response Teams have deployed to declared disaster areas:
- Hurricane Ian in 2022
- COVID-19 New Jersey EMS Support 2020
- Hurricane Dorian in 2019
- Hurricanes Florence and Michael in 2018
- Hurricanes Harvey and Irma in 2017
- Hurricane Sandy in 2012
- Hurricane Katrina in 2005
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Communications and Dispatching
Every request for medical transportation is received by Community Care Ambulance’s state-of-the-art Communications Center. Read more