Hall Ambulance CAA Stars of Life
Recognizing the six Hall Ambulance EMS professionals, who were recognized at the State Capitol on March 23, 2015, as Stars of Life, by the California Ambulance Association. Read the article under Recent News.
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. Our devotion extends beyond providing exemplary medical care. Hall Ambulance strives to be a good neighbor by engaging and making a positive difference.
Celebrating 40 Years of Service to Arvin
Just four years after initiating service in Bakersfield, Hall Ambulance expanded to the city of Arvin, in March 1975.
Hall Ambulance Service operates more than 85 ambulances, the majority of which are Advanced Life Support/Paramedic Units. These state-of-the-art vehicles are equipped to allow the paramedic to employ a wide-scope of care while enroute to the hospital.
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
Celebrating 20 Years of Service to Taft
In March 1995, Hall Ambulance Service began providing high-quality paramedic service to the people of Taft and the Westside. To celebrate, Mayor Randy Miller proclaimed April 8, 2015, as Hall Ambulance Day, in the city of Taft.
Hall Ambulance Service Explorer Post
The Explorer Program is open to 14-21 year-olds, interested in learning more about emergency medical services. Hall Explorers learn CPR, first-aid and ambulance orientation. They put their skills to work doing ambulance demos and providing first-aid at dozens of community events, each year.