About us

Critical Minutes
Unlike those days early days in the 1970s, we aren't just "ambulance drivers." Our pre-hospital care experts can provide almost everything an emergency room can do within the first 20 minutes.

When a IA crew arrives on a call, we most often see people in their times of greatest need. They are injured, in pain or distress, and frightened. The first five minutes are most critical, when we must assess the situation and decide the best course of treatment.

Our pre-hospital care experts have extensive training in emergency out-of-hospital care. Basic EMTs are providers who receive at least 150 hours of training. Entry level paramedics need to be experienced EMTs and they have completed almost 1,200 hours of academic work, clinical hands-on internship, and a field internship.

Always there. Always ready.
State of the art equipment and advanced medical training are just part of our story. Our people make the difference with their dedication to quality emergency care.

IA is staffed around the clock, 365 days a year, and our teams of paramedics, EMTs, and drivers are ready to provide rapid emergency response.

Our facility at 2330 Norton Street not only houses our vehicles and emergency response equipment, it also serves as a home away from home for our crews whose shifts are often overnights, weekends, and holidays. We are a 24-7-365 operation always ready to help in your time of need.