A Leading Provider of Private Ambulance and Fire Protection Services to Cities,
Counties and Healthcare Systems Throughout the Eastern United States
Welcome to Rural/Metro's East Zone
Rural/Metro’s East Zone operations currently provide private 911-emergency and interfacility ambulance transportation services in New York, Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky, with plans for future expansion throughout the region.
Our 2,200 East Zone employees provide ambulance transportation services 24 hours a day to our growing base of customers throughout region, providing more than 300,000 ambulance transports annually.
- 911 Emergency Ambulance Services: We are the exclusive provider of 911 emergency ambulance services in major cities and counties through the Eastern U.S., including the Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse, New York; Indianapolis, Indiana; Youngstown, Cleveland and Cincinnati, Ohio; Louisville and Lexington, Kentucky – just to name a few.
- Interfacility Ambulance Services: From large hospital networks and healthcare systems to skilled nursing facilities dotted throughout our service areas, we are the trusted ambulance provider that healthcare professionals turn to for their patient transportation needs. With more than half of our patients requiring interfacility transportation on a non-emergency basis, we are experts at ensuring our customers’ needs are met.
- Special Event Ambulance Services: Rural/Metro is known locally and nationally for our ability to coordinate multiple large-scale events where specialized ambulance services are needed. Our ambulance standby services are provided under long-term contracts with large sporting venues such as the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for year-round motorsports, as well as major professional and amateur sporting events nationwide such as football, baseball, basketball and hockey.
Rural/Metro's East Zone paramedics, emergency medical technicians, dispatchers and other skilled emergency service professionals represent a highly dedicated and respected work force throughout the United States. We operate in variety of EMS settings, from fast-paced, high-performance urban environments to suburban and rural communities.
We are seeking high-performing EMS professionals to support the communities we serve. If you are looking for a career with an industry leading, national provider of ambulance and private fire protection services, you've come to the right place!
“Not My Kid” on 420 Love and involvement is not enough to prevent drug use
Phoenix, Ariz. (April 3, 2013) In high school, Shane tried marijuana for fun with a new group of friends. By his freshman year of college, he was smoking pot daily. By graduation he was using cocaine, ecstasy and heroin. Soon, the once-promising writer and loving son was addicted, in debt, a convicted felon and suicidal.
On April 20 (420), also known as "National Get High Day," many kids around the world will try marijuana and other substances for the first time and parents need to understand the profound risks.
School Bus Safety Starts At Home
Rural/Metro Provides Tips to Keep Children Safe
BUFFALO, NY (September 1, 2011) – It’s that time of year again as thousands of students across Western New York head back to the classroom this week, parents can prepare to send their children back to school safely. Buffalo-based Rural/Metro Medical Services is providing parents with a list of tips to keep children safe on the school bus.Read More