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Transport times range from 45 minutes to 2 hours for transports to Tucson.

Advanced Life Support ambulances are equipped with IV pumps, heart monitors and blood pressure monitors to facilitate patient care and allow for patients that are on Heparin and Nitroglycerin drips. All Paramedics are trained through Sierra Vista Regional Health Center and Arizona Ambulance Transport for this higher level of care. Critical Care Transport (CCT) ambulances are staffed with a Registered Nurse and Emergency Medical Technician. The medical staff utilizes additional equipment and medications to handle ventilated and other critical patients. The CCT ambulance is available and staffed 24/7 to meet the needs of the communities we serve.


The Douglas operation is staffed with a Paramedic and an EMT. Upon request from the Douglas Fire Department, Arizona Ambulance Transport also supports 1400 square miles of the 9-1-1 system.

Sierra Vista

Arizona Ambulance Transport began operations in Sierra Vista in April 2003. Basic, Advanced and Critical Care Transport (life support) ambulances all deploy out of the operations center under a variety of shift configurations. Our Sierra Vista operation provides back-up 9-1-1 and interfacility services throughout the area, and provides primary 9-1-1 ambulance service for Fort Huachuca.


Arizona Ambulance Transport supports Copper Queen Community Hospital with ALS and BLS Service.

Fort Huachuca

Arizona Ambulance Transport provides 9-1-1 service on Fort Huachuca under contract with the United States Army.