EMS - Ambulance Membership

The City of Warren Fire Department is a licensed Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Provider and is the primary provider of emergency ambulance services within the City of Warren. The average response time within the City is approximately three minutes. 

All Department personnel are trained Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT's) and strive to provide prompt, effective, and courteous responses to requests for services. 

Ambulance Membership Program

The City of Warren will continue to offer an ambulance membership program to City and non-City residents for 2024. 

The purchase of a City Ambulance Membership entitles the subscriber to utilize emergency ambulance services and, under certain circumstances, eliminates your out-of-pocket expenses. As a member, your unpaid balance after your insurance company processes your bill  will be waived for any billable "emergency service" rendered (excluding deductible). Any insurance coverage that you may have, including secondary insurance, will be billed and the reimbursement will be accepted as payment in full by the service provider. Failure to turn over insurance payments made directly to you for services rendered by the City of Warren's Ambulance Service will result in the full balance being due and your membership will be terminated. 

The Membership also includes a 50% discount on "Treat - No Transport" and "Lift Assist Only" rates. 

Since 1995, area paramedic services have worked in cooperation with the City in providing emergency medical services. If you have an emergency which requires paramedic services, your City Ambulance Membership may provide coverage. 

2024 Membership Rates

Individual                          $38.00
Family                               $45.00
Senior Individual *             $33.00
Senior Couple*                  $40.00

* Aged 62 and over

A Family Membership provides coverage for you, your spouse, and dependents under the age of 26 who reside in your household. 

The 2024 Ambulance Membership Plan provides coverage for the period January 1, 2024, through December 31, 2024. 

When Should I Call 9-1-1?

Call 9-1-1 if the victim/patient: 

  • Exhibits signs of a stroke:  F-A-S-T   Facial drooping, Arm weakness, Speech difficulty, Time
  • Has an altered state of consciousness
  • Has chest pain or pressure
  • Has difficulty breathing
  • Is bleeding severely
  • Has pain or pressure in their abdomen
  • Is passing or vomiting blood
  • Has slurred speech, severe headache
  • Is having a seizure
  • Has a head, neck, or back injury
  • Has possible broken bones
  • Has been poisoned
  • Is in need of assistance for a medical condition or injury