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American Fork Ambulance

96 N Ctr St, American Fork, UT, 84003

Phone: 801-763-3045

Beaver Ambulance

60 S 100 E St, Beaver, UT, 84713

Phone: 435-438-5887

Cache County Ambulance

325 W 100 N, Smithfield, UT, 84335

Phone: 435-563-2528

Carbon County Ambulance

1550 Airport Rd, Price, UT, 84501

Phone: 435-636-0922

City of Roy Ambulance

5051 S 1900 W, Roy, UT, 84067

Phone: 801-774-1080

Curlew EMS Ambulance

20 W Main St, Snowville, UT, 84336

Phone: 435-872-8501

Dixie Ambulance Service

587 N 600 W, St. George, UT, 84770

Phone: 435-628-4303
Fax: 806-351-0504

Draper City Ambulance

760 E 12300 S, Draper, UT, 84020

Phone: 801-495-2951

Enterprise City Ambulance

246 S 200 E St, Enterprise, UT, 84725

Phone: 435-878-2314

Ephraim Ambulance Association

44 W Ctr St, Ephraim, UT, 84627

Phone: 435-283-3911
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Gold Cross Ambulance of Provo

925 N 500 W, Provo, UT, 84604

Phone: 801-377-5226
Fax: 954-525-7007

Gold Cross Ambulance of Saint George

4241 S Riv Rd, St. George, UT, 84790

Phone: 435-215-2022

Gold Cross Ambulance of Salt Lake City

754 S 700 W, Salt Lake, UT, 84104

Phone: 801-972-1211
Fax: 972-402-8866

Gold Cross Ambulance of Salt Lake City

762 S Redwood Rd, Salt Lake, UT, 84104

Phone: 801-972-3600
Fax: 706-864-4535

Grantsville Ambulance

441 E Main St, Grantsville, UT, 84029

Phone: 435-884-6456

Hyde Park Ambulance Services

83 Pine View Dr, Hyde Park, UT, 84318

Phone: 435-563-0357

Lehi City Ambulance

54 N Ctr St, Lehi, UT, 84043

Phone: 801-768-7141

Mountain West Ambulance of Tooele

950 N Main St, Tooele, UT, 84074

Phone: 435-882-1900

Mountain West Ambulance of Tooele

153 Main St, Tooele, UT, 84074

Phone: 435-882-1900

Payson Ambulance Department

439 W Utah Ave, Payson, UT, 84651

Phone: 801-465-5245
Fax: 801-465-5208
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Pick Me Up Medical Transport Ambulance

1316 S 400 E, St. George, UT, 84790

Phone: 435-673-4794

Pickmeup Medical Transport Ambulance

420 Commerce Rd, Orem, UT, 84058

Phone: 801-224-1048
Fax: 601-799-2085

Pleasant Grove Ambulance

87 E 100 S, Pleasant Grove, UT, 84062

Phone: 801-785-3506

San Juan County EMS Ambulance

857 N 300 W, Blanding, UT, 84511

Phone: 435-678-2034
Fax: 713-477-1141

South Summit Ambulance

220 E 400 S, Kamas, UT, 84036

Phone: 435-783-6276

Tremonton Ambulance Billing

95 S 100 W, Tremonton, UT, 84337

Phone: 435-257-9502

Ute Tribe Ambulance

U.S. 40, Fort Duchesne, UT, 84026

Phone: 435-722-2285
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About Ambulances

Ambulance services are overseen and regulated by the County; there are both private companies and public sector (911) services. The County ensures that the ambulance companies to provide services in most areas of the cities and county must adhere to uniform standards. Some fire departments handle their own transportation. When someone places a 911 call, the dispatcher contacts the ambulance company responsible for the zone in which the patient is located.

Ambulances are required to arrive at their destination no more than 8 minutes and 59 seconds from the time they are dispatched by 911. 

Ambulances go to the closest hospital best geared for the treatment being sought.  Not each hospital is created equal for emergency care.

Accident victims are taken to hospitals best suited to treat trauma. Other patients go to designated hospitals that treat stroke victims, heart attacks and children. Cases that don't fall into any of these four areas are taken to the closest hospital with a licensed emergency room.


The basic emergency ambulance transport is about $1,000 to $1,100. The cost is more like $1,200 to $1,300 for a transport that requires advanced life support. Included is the cost for paramedics and the ambulance ride itself. However, companies can charge extra for mileage, supplies and equipment.

Both Medicare and private insurance generally cover the cost of ambulance rides — as long as they are deemed medically necessary. Medicare pays 80% of an approved amount and patients pay the remaining 20%. Private health plans must cover emergency care, which includes ambulance transportation. But exactly how much is covered differs among policies.

County residents without insurance, county residents with insurance co-pays and county residents whose insurers refuse to pay for transport are not responsible for ambulance transport fees; their local tax dollars are considered payment toward the fee.

The law also prohibits the transportation of more than one patient in one ambulance vehicle, but again provides for exceptions. That section does not apply where a contract between the ambulance company and the County specifically provides otherwise or where a Fire Chief with territorial jurisdiction instructs otherwise. One example is where ambulances, in an emergency situation, are being used to evacuate stretcher-bound patients or those using wheelchairs.

Private ground ambulances are inspected annually by the County for compliance with safety and sanitation requirements of State statutes.