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.
Hall Critical Care Transport is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS), for its rotary-wing and ground critical care transport services. This recognition demonstrates substantial compliance in the areas of safety standards, medical direction, crew education and quality improvement.
45th Anniversary Unit
To commemorate Hall Ambulance's 45th Anniversary, founder, and president Harvey L. Hall commissioned this limited edition ambulance design to be produced. The unit is dedicated to those communities served by Hall Ambulance, with each incorporated city or community being featured with their beginning date of service.
California Ambulance Assoc. Stars of Life
Senator Jean Fuller (R-Bakersfield) recognized fourteen Hall Ambulance EMS professionals with a Senate Resolution for their lifesaving skills and service to the communities of Kern County. The recipients were honored as Stars of Life by the California Ambulance Association, on March 7, 2016.
Our Kern County Pride Runs Deep
From the oil-rich fields of Taft, to the flight and space exploration of East Kern, Hall Ambulance Service's community pride runs deep. And, the medical transportation services we provide are as diverse as the communities we serve, including 9-1-1 paramedic, ground critical care transport, and air ambulance and CCT service (aircraft operated by Air Methods).
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