Life Line Ambulance

History

History of Life Line Ambulance Service, Inc.

Established in 1956 as an auxiliary service to a funeral home, Life Line Ambulance has the largest ground ambulance service area in Northern Arizona covering over 9,000 square miles.

Life Line employs nearly 200 staff, has a fleet of 30 ambulances and operates out of eleven strategically placed stations. We respond to over 20,000 emergent & non-emergent calls per year in three counties.

Life Line accomplishes this by providing state of the art equipment, hiring the best of the best, sponsoring continuing education to its staff and creating a team focused on exceptional customer service. In doing this, Life Line has expanded its service area, which originated in Prescott and surrounding areas, to Wickenburg, Williams and Bagdad.

In seeking excellence in patient care and customer service, Life Line has been a leader in rural emergency services. Life Line was the first provider in its area to staff ALS (Paramedic) service, a computerized automated dispatch center (GIS/AVL), established the American Heart Association Regional Training Center in Prescott for the northern region and expanded its service to provide Critical Care Transportation.

Service to the community does not stop at patient care. Life Line also serves through memberships on national, state and local EMS organizations including civic groups, supporting local charitable and educational events such as Special Olympics, Prescott Frontier Days, March of Dimes, Career Days, CPR Saturday, Yavapai Big Brother and Big Sister, to name a few. Toys for Tots in the Tri-City area was organized by Life Line and successfully provide toys to children for over 10 years.

Life Line has thrived because of its commitment to its team members and its communities!