Category Archives: General

Teacher Meets Her Lifesaver

The date of August 25, 2016, will be a day that Caryn Herren, a local middle school teacher will remember for the rest of her life.  Hall Ambulance Unit 342 staffed by Paramedic Field Supervisor Ryan Strange and EMT Samantha Parks responded to Ollivier Middle School for a patient with anxiety type symptoms.  Upon making […]

Open Recruitment for Hall EMT Academy

Hall Ambulance Service has opened recruitment for Class 32 of the Hall EMT Academy, which begins January 2017.  Recruits are full-time employees who learn everything they need to get started working as an emergency medical technician in the Hall Ambulance 9-1-1 system. The Hall EMT Academy is not a school, but a pathway to starting […]

Hall AED Crusade for City Council Chambers

In a continued effort to improve access to automated external defibrillators (AEDs) in public places, Hall Ambulance Founder and President Harvey L. Hall has embarked on a crusade, of sorts, to place an AED in the County of Kern’s Board Chambers, and in council chambers of the eight incorporated cities located within the Company’s 9-1-1 […]

8th Annual Boron BBQ for Seniors

  The aroma of smoked tri-tip and chicken permeated the dry desert air in Boron, California, on June 9, as the paramedics and EMTs of Hall Ambulance’s Post 17 treated members of the Boron Senior Center to their 8th Annual BBQ Lunch Fundraiser. Nearly 100 golden-agers and community members turned out to enjoy the delicious […]

Hall EMT Academy Graduation

Thirteen recruits from Class 31 of the Hall EMT Academy graduated on June 7,  at the Hall Ambulance Community Center, located at 1031 21st Street, with friends and family members in attendance to help celebrate their accomplishments. Over 1,200 people applied for a spot in the EMT Academy with those accepted into the program coming […]

Hall Named Small Business of the Year

SACRAMENTO – Today, Assemblymember Rudy Salas (D-Bakersfield) recognized Hall Ambulance Service, Inc. as the 32nd Assembly District’s 2016 Small Business of the Year. Hall Ambulance provides five star Paramedic Ambulance service to nearly 90% of Kern County. While its core focus is providing ground paramedic ambulance care, it also provides air and ground critical care […]

New Dir. of Business Development

Holly Arnold has joined Hall Ambulance Service, Inc. as director of business development.  In her new position, she will build upon relationships with area hospitals and extended care facilities located throughout the Company’s 9-1-1 paramedic response areas. In addition, Arnold will establish direct contact with public officials, community groups and organizations in the Bakersfield, East […]

Hall CCT CAMTS Reaccreditation

Hall Critical Care Transport (Hall CCT) of Bakersfield has received reaccreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS), for its rotary-wing and ground critical care transport services.  The recognition demonstrates substantial compliance in the areas of safety standards, medical direction, crew education and quality improvement. The announcement was made after the successful […]

Harvey L. Hall Medical Scholarship

Graduating seniors interested in pursuing an education in healthcare are invited to apply for the 2016 Harvey L. Hall/Hall Ambulance Medical Scholarship. The $250 scholarship is open to Kern County students planning to enroll as a first year, full-time student at an accredited college or university in a medical field major; i.e.: paramedic, EMT, nurse, […]

14 Honored as CAA Stars of Life

California Senate Republican Leader Jean Fuller (R-Bakersfield) recognized fourteen emergency medical services professionals, employed by Hall Ambulance Service, Inc., for their exemplary life-saving performance, dedication and compassionate care delivered to the people of Kern County, on March 7, 2016. The recognition was part of the California Ambulance Association’s (CAA) Stars of Life event, which recognized 50 […]

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