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Next Generation Paramedic Unit

With its signature branding, paint scheme, and design, the new Hall Ambulance Paramedic Unit caught the attention of the EMS industry when it was featured in the manufacturer's (Leader Industries) display at the 2017 EMS Expo in Las Vegas.

Solutions in Interfacility Transport

Unit 460 is a mobile intensive care ambulance custom built with the express purpose of enabling the Hall CCT team to transport a critically ill patient from one hospital to another so that they can receive additional treatment not available at the receiving hospital. Hall CCT's specialized medical team consists of a Registered Nurse, paramedic, and EMT.

4x4 Ambulances

Four specially configured 4x4 ambulances are in service in the mountainous regions of Hall Ambulance's 9-1-1 paramedic response area. 4x4 capability will allow greater accessibility throughout the Tehachapi Valley and Frazier Park Mountain Communities.

California Ambulance Assoc. Stars of Life

Thirteen Hall Ambulance EMS Professionals were amongst 48 from across California honored by the legislature as Stars of Life, on April 3, 2017.

Celebrating 45 Years of Service

On February 10, 1971, Harvey L. Hall started Hall Ambulance Service from his private residence, with a $15,000 bank loan, and two ambulances. Harvey and Lavonne Hall, would like to thank the community for entrusting Hall Ambulance to serve as their 9-1-1 paramedic provider.

Nationally Recognized Accredited Center of Excellence

Hall Ambulance Service's Communications Center is one of two dispatch centers in Kern County recognized as an Accredited Center of Excellence by the National Academy of Emergency Dispatch (NAED). Our communications specialists are certified by NAED as advanced emergency medical dispatchers

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