AJO Ambulance Services
1850 N Ajo Gila Bend Hwy
Ajo, AZ 85321
Phone: 520 387-5154
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Ajo Ambulance, Inc. began operations in 1991 with one ambulance, loaned to the community by the Arizona Department of Health Services, and two Basic EMTs. Twenty-six years later
Ajo Ambulance employs 17 paramedics, 27 basic EMTs and support personnel. The service operates six trucks daily and averages 3000 calls per year.
Ajo Ambulance provides top notch Emergency Medical Services to the communities ofAjo, Why, and Lukeville in Western Pima County in southwestern Arizona. Ajo Ambulance also serves the villages located on the western portion of theTohono O'odham Nation.
Phoenix and Tucson provide the nearest public hospitals, as well as the nearest emergency rooms and trauma centers. Critical patients are usually taken to rendezvous point with a helicopter for transport to a hospital.
Sells Indian Hospital, provides primary, emergency, and in-patient care for members of the Tohono O'odham Nation. Most Tohono O'odham patients are initially taken to this facility. Ajo Ambulance has five stations on the Tohono O’odham Nation. Station 2 is located at the Santa Rosa Boarding School complex; Station 3 is located at San Simon, Station 5 is located in the Hickiwan Desert Trails RV Park, Station 6 is located at Lower Covered Wells in Gu Achi District, and our newest station is located in the village of Jack Rabbit 20 miles north of Casa Grande, Az. All of the Stations on the Nation are staffed by paramedics.
You can pay on your account by using our online pay feature. For more information please call us at 520-387-4549 or you may speak with our Billing Department at 520-387-6538 and set up a payment plan.
To contact our Billing Department please call 520-387-6538
Not currently hiring EMS personnel at any level.
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