ARLINGTON — As world health leaders work to address the global spread of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), Armstrong Ambulance is responding by providing its caregivers with the knowledge and skills they need to both support patients in need and protect themselves.
ARLINGTON — Armstrong Ambulance is pleased to announce that two staff members recently returned from a week-long trip to Haiti, where they trained hospital staff on advanced life support techniques.
ARLINGTON– Armstrong Ambulance reports that one of its emergency vehicles was involved in a crash this morning.
Police Chief Robert Bongiorno and Fire Chief David Grunes: Bedford Police and Fire Departments responded after a car crashed into a school bus.
Several Armstrong Ambulance first responders joined colleagues from peer agencies in the area for an emergency response exercise at Hanscom Field in Bedford on Wednesday, Oct. 9.
MELROSE — Police Chief Michael Lyle reports that the Melrose Police Department has charged a man in connection with this morning’s theft of an Armstrong Ambulance transportation van from a hospital.
Melrose Police Investigating after Armstrong Ambulance Transportation Van is Stolen from MelroseWakefield Hospital
MELROSE — Police Chief Michael Lyle and Armstrong Ambulance CEO Richard Raymond report that an investigation is underway after an Armstrong non-emergency transportation van was stolen from the lot of a local hospital. An Armstrong Ambulance 2016 Ford Transit Van was Massachusetts Ambulance License plate no. 2744 was reported missing from outside the emergency department […]
Armstrong Ambulance Service took part in last week’s Boston College Youth Police Academy, teaching cadets critical lifesaving skills.
Armstrong Ambulance Service will host a self defense course for EMS providers and firefighters tomorrow, in order to help those first responders remain safe
Armstrong Ambulance Service is pleased to announce that it has earned a new three-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services.