Who We Are

The WAS is governed by an elected board of representatives, two from each emergency medical services (EMS) district within Waterford. Each EMS District has one emergency response ambulance and EMS District five maintains a spare ambulance.

A few facts about Waterford Ambulance Service.

State of the art equipment includes the LUCAS 2 automatic CPR device, battery powered stretcher and power lift equipment, blood glucose monitoring, nasal narcan (naloxone) which is an opiate antidote, pulse oximetry monitors, electronic patient care reporting system, etc. Progressive continuing education, training, etc.



The Waterford Ambulance Service is active in the community through many programs
and special events. We are always looking for people who are interested in serving
their community. We also depend on the support of the community to help
us provide a high quality service.