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.
Armstrong Ambulance and New England Donor Services Draw Attention to Critical Importance of Organ Donation
Armstrong and NEDS enjoy a close partnership that has helped facilitate the transport of over 200 donor organs per year — plus transplant teams — from donor hospitals to transplant centers in time for lifesaving procedures to occur.
Armstrong Ambulance Service took part in last week’s Boston College Youth Police Academy, teaching cadets critical lifesaving skills.
ARLINGTON — Armstrong Ambulance Service will host a Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) course for paramedics and tactical medics this August.
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.
Armstrong Ambulance Service took part in extensive water rescue training exercises this week.
Armstrong Ambulance Educator and Clinical Team Member Co-Author Op-ed on Tiered Response vs. All-Advanced Life Support EMS System
ARLINGTON — Armstrong Ambulance Service Inc. is pleased to announce that two members of its team recently co-authored a piece published in the Journal of Emergency Medical Services on emergency medical response.