Tehachapi POST 11 Opening

RibbonCutting Hall POST 11Hall Ambulance POST 11 commenced operations with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on April 25, 2014.  Several community members along with Hall Ambulance Paramedics, EMTs and Leadership attended the event, which included comments from dignitaries, including: Tehachapi Mayor Pro-tem Susan Wiggins, County of Kern Second District Supervisor Zack Scrivner, Kern County EMS Director Ed Hill and Hall Ambulance Founder and President Harvey L. Hall.

The new facility, located at 108 Pinon Street, heightens Hall Ambulance’s commitment to provide the people of Tehachapi with exceptional, 9-1-1 paramedic ambulance services—a commitment the company has held since October 1, 1979.

Hall Ambulance POST 11 TehachapiHall Ambulance Service purchased the structure and property from the city of Tehachapi in late 2013. Since that time, the property has undergone a number of upgrades and improvements to meet the Company’s high standards. The 1,367 sq. ft. ambulance station features: two-bedrooms, kitchen, living room, utility room, medical and equipment supply room, a radio room equipped with a computer system, quick call system, radio communications and a workspace for completing documentation.TehachapiMayorProTemSusanWiggins

Property improvements to the 17,144 sq. ft. grounds include new landscaping, irrigation sprinklers, asphalt paving and the addition of a six-stall awning outfitted with lights and shorelines, and a remote access wrought iron security gate.

Six paramedics and six emergency medical technicians (EMTs), are assigned to POST 11, with a paramedic and EMT working each 48-hour shift.

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