Life Line Ambulance
Saving Lives in Northern Arizona Since 1956

Life Line Ambulance began serving Northern Arizonans in 1956.

Today, we deploy 30 ambulances and one critical care unit throughout our more than 9,000 square mile service area from 11 strategically placed stations and employ a staff of nearly 200, including paramedics, emergency medical technicians (EMTs), registered nurses, professional dispatch, customer service, human resource, accounting, fleet maintenance and support personnel.

Giving Back to Our Communities

Life Line Ambulance is committed to making the communities we serve the best places to live and work.  These are a few of the many events to which Life Line team members commit our time, services and efforts:

  • Donate time to build Habitat for Humanity homes
     
  • Donated ambulances to Suchitoto Mexico and Caborca Mexico
     
  • Donated ambulance to Yavapai College to assist Yavapai College’s Emergency Medical Services program
  • Donate First-Aid supplies such as bandages, antiseptic towlettes and gloves to the Prescott Valley Little League
  • Donate stand by service for the safety of fire fighters, law enforcement agencies, and first responders in critical situations.
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