Allina Health Emergency Medical Services, formerly known as Allina Health Medical Transportation, is one of the region's largest ambulance and medical transport services.
Leadership Summit: On Thursday, Sept. 17, come together with emergency medical services (EMS), public safety and health care leaders to enhance leadership skills. Speakers include Anne Bancroft.
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Our primary service area encompasses about 1,200 square miles in the Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan area and greater Minnesota.
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We serve a variety of communities within the counties of Anoka, Brown, Dakota, Hennepin, Isanti, McLeod, Nicollet, Ramsey, Scott, Sherburne, and Wright.
As part of partnerships to create jobs and save lives for and with people of diverse ethnicities, Allina Health is kicking off a first-of-its-kind emergency medical technician (EMT) training, called Allina Health EMS Freedom House EMT Academy.
Allina Health is trying new ways to transport mental health patients in a more dignified manner, such as unmarked vehicles with plainclothes paramedics.
Allina Health Emergency Medical Services now operates the Glencoe Regional Health Services ambulance service.
The Twin Cities is one of the best places to have a heart attack and cardiac arrest, says Charles Lick, MD, medical director, Allina Health Emergency Medical Services.
Allina Health Emergency Medical Services is the first EMS service in the nation linked to a national program to help cardiac arrest victims.
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In an emergency, call 911.
For non-emergency medical transportation, call 651-222-0555.
April Anderson, emergency medical technician (EMT), reassures a woman experiencing pregnancy complications.
Allina Health Emergency Medical Services: Community report
In 2014, our 111 vehicles responded to 106,000 emergency calls across an 1,800-square-mile area.