CCA is proud to be a leading provider of multi-tiered medical transportation services in Northeastern Ohio. We are the primary 911 provider for the cities of Ashtabula, Middlefield Township and Village.
Because Community Care Ambulance utilizes the latest technology, we are able to provide the quickest response time for individuals in need of emergency or non-emergency medical transportation services.
The History of CCA
Our origins can be traced back to a single question, “could healthcare providers do better for our communities by cooperating and collaborating?” Because we believed and still believe that the answer to this question is “yes,” we’ve been providing the highest level of medical transportation service for over two decades.
When we first got our start in 1994, it was the result of the Ashtabula County Medical Center and Memorial Hospital of Geneva approving a proposal to create a new, not-for-profit full service EMS and medical transportation organization to better serve the needs of Ashtabula County residents.
Since then, our service has continued to grow rapidly. CCA is proud to serve 911 contracts, hospitals and nursing facilities in Northeastern Ohio. We employ over 180 certified critical intensive care providers, paramedics, advanced and basic EMTs, emergency medical dispatchers, wheelchair technicians and support personnel. Every member of our truly talented team plays a direct role in our ability to care for thousands of patients each year. We’ve been honored and humbled over the years to be recognized by a number of awards and organizations, including the Best of the County Award Growth Partnership for Ashtabula County.
Experts at Serving Multiple Healthcare Systems
Our mission statement is to provide the highest quality healthcare services to the communities we serve, resulting in superior satisfaction. Thanks to the experience we’ve accumulated over the last 23 years of service, we are able to successfully serve multiple healthcare systems with ambulance, wheelchair and shuttle services, as well as municipal 911 contracts, free-standing emergency rooms, urgent care centers and nursing facilities.
While continuing to grow has allowed us to utilize our expertise within more healthcare systems, we understand that bigger isn’t always better. That’s why we’ve always been very diligent about maintaining a clear focus throughout our entire organization about what we need to do for every single patient that we help.
If you would like to learn more about our corporate structure, patient financial services, fleet and other useful information, we encourage you to look at our service standards and distinctions page. You can also learn more about our operations and communications services, including the contact information for both if you’d like to speak directly with us.
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