Martins Ferry Station 5
Martins Ferry Station was opened in the second quarter of 2001. It sits on a 1/2 acre plot of land next to Wheeling Pittsburgh Steel on Avondale road.
Our station is located on a fully fenced 1/2 acre facility which houses at least 5 paramedic level ambulances around the clock. We offer emergency and non emergency ambulance service 24 hours a day, and also offer wheelchair transport service with our fleet of late model wheelchair transport units.
This station is also equipped to handle emergency dispatch and administrative operations in the event our Central Dispatch Center or administrative offices are ever disabled for any reason.
This station is staffed and managed by local employees. All ambulances are equipped with state-of-the-art life saving equipment which makes them ready at a moment's notice to respond to your needs.
We are dedicated to the Ohio Valley and our units are state-certified for service in both Ohio and West Virginia. We work hand-in-hand with the local fire departments and hospitals to serve you in the best way possible.
Bethesda Station 6
Our station in Bethesda, Ohio, was opened to aid in fast response to calls for service in Western Belmont County. This station was opened on November 1, 2005 and is our most recent commitment to provide unsurpassed service to Belmont county.
This station is staffed and managed by local personnel. All ambulances are equipped with state-of-the-art life saving equipment to serve you better.