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Albuquerque Ambulance Service
Albuquerque Ambulance Service (AAS) is the largest and busiest provider of emergency 9-1-1 and non-emergency medical services in New Mexico. AAS provides Advance Life Support (ALS) paramedic/EMT services to the citizens of Albuquerque, the Village of Corrales and Bernalillo County. AAS also provides mutual aid services for the surrounding counties of Valencia, Sandoval, and Santa Fe. AAS provides services to the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, the Albuquerque International Sunport, the Sandia and Manzano Mountains, Kirtland Air Force Base, Sandia National Laboratory, and medical transportation throughout New Mexico.
AAS is a nonprofit ambulance service and is a division of Presbyterian Hospital. AAS is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS).
AAS started in 1972 with 10 ambulances and 50 employees, running more than 5,000 calls for service a year out of a small base station on Central Avenue. Today, AAS responds to over 100,000 calls for service a year with a fleet of over 55 ambulances and a staff of more than 250 paramedics, EMTs and EMDs. At any given time, AAS has between 20 and 50 ambulances deployed to serve the citizens of Bernalillo County. Ambulances are deployed strategically throughout the city and county so that they are able to efficiently respond to calls for service.
All AAS employees are committed to providing superior emergency medical services and to continuous improvement in patient care and outcomes. Each medical professional is trained and held to the high standards of AAS, NMEMS Bureau and/or the National Registry of EMTs. Each ALS ambulance is equipped with a full range of ALS equipment including the Physio-Control LP-12, which provides 12-lead ECGs and defibrillation.
Calls for service include 9-1-1 Priority 1 (most urgent), priority 2, and non-emergency interfacility transports.
- Operations Director, Cheryl Mahoney, firstname.lastname@example.org
- System Status Management (SSM) and Communications, Heath Wright, email@example.com
- System Improvement, Anthony Martinez, firstname.lastname@example.org
On duty Operations Supervisors may be contacted 24/7 at 505-449-5745
- Pam Bengel - Weekdays, email@example.com
- Jim Williams -- Weekdays, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Rudy Sandoval - Weekends, email@example.com
- Doug Tokarski - Weekday Swing, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Nate Jackson - Weekend Swing, email@example.com
- Joe Barboa- Week Nights, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Matt Black -- Weekend Nights, email@example.com
- All 8 hour classes (including ACLS refreshers) - $75.00
- All 16 hour classes (includes PALS, PHTLS and ACLS Provider courses) - $150.00
- CPR Refresher - $50.00
- Basic and Intermediate Refreshers - $150.00
- Paramedic Refreshers - $200.00
- Other Classes - $10.00/hr