Heartland Ambulance strives to deliver the highest quality patient care, service, and education through our commitment to compassion, integrity, and teamwork.
Non-Emergency (Stretcher) Transportation Basic Life Support (BLS)
At Heartland Ambulance Service we are committed to offering the most advanced services to our patients and clients. Heartland’s ambulances are ready and available to meet your needs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. One call to our communications center sets our team in motion. Whether a trip to a doctor’s office, hospital or dialysis center we stand ready to meet your needs. We specialize in high-quality care for patients.
Advanced Life Support (ALS)
Emergency inter-facility transports are provided by highly trained paramedics who provide Advanced Life Support services such as cardiac monitoring, IV drug Administration, and endotracheal intubation. They are available 24 hours per day, 7 days a week.
We feel the best way to provide 911 services is by supplementing the local EMS coverage with mutual aid agreements. Heartland Ambulance Service’s goal is to work jointly with local EMS organizations to help provide these vital services to citizens relying on 911, while allowing them to maintain their autonomy. If there’s a medical emergency, always call 911. Heartland Ambulance Service will provide back-up coverage when requested by your local 911 dispatcher.
Fixed Wing-Air Ambulance Service
The use of fixed wing aircraft allows Heartland Ambulance Service to readily transport patients to regional medical centers as well as specialty hospitals in major cities. Our IFR aircraft is able to fly in adverse weather conditions. These air ambulances provide safe and reliable transport of critically ill and injured patients, while providing the highest level of care available. Heartland Ambulance can offer pressurized cabins in either a Lear Jet or twin-engine turboprop. They are equipped with state of the art, FAA certified medical interiors and are staffed 24/7 with a dedicated crew. The patient and aircraft can be airborne within 24 hours after acceptance of the flight. The fixed wing service provides regional and long distance inter-hospital transports of patients throughout the United States.