Bureau of Emergency Medical Services & Trauma System

Certificate of Necessity (CON) Holders

To operate an ambulance service and ambulances in Arizona, an application must be filed with the Department of Health Services, Bureau of Emergency Medical Services & Trauma System, and a Certificate of Necessity (CON) granted by the Director. Listed below are links to descriptions of each CON Holder's boundaries and their response times.

Northern Region Licensed Ground Ambulance Providers

Providers Ambulance Revenue & Cost Reports Certificates of Necessity Service Areas
Action Medical Service, Inc. - Ganado 2014, 2013 90 Map
Action Medical Service, Inc. - Winslow 2014, 2013 104 Map
Blue Ridge Fire Department 2014, 2013 128 Map 1, Map 2
Camp Verde Fire District 2014, 2013 25 Map
Forest Lakes Fire District 2014, 2013 29 Certificate, Map
Guardian Medical Transport 2014, 2013 26 Map
Heber-Overgaard Fire District 2014, 2013 4 Map
Holbrook EMS, Inc. 2013 88 Map
Life Line Ambulance Service, Inc. 2014, 2013 62 Map 1, Map 2
Mayer Fire District Ambulance Service 2014, 2013 117 Map
Montezuma-Rimrock Fire Department 2014, 2013 3 Map
Page Fire Dept. Ambulance Service (City of) 2014, 2013 102 Map
Pine/Strawberry Fire Department 2014, 2013 81 Map 1, Map 2
Pinetop Volunteer Fire District 2014, 2013 96 Map
Pinewood Fire Department 2014, 2013 2 Map
Puerco Valley Ambulance Service 2014, 2013 116 Map
Sacred Mountain Medical Service 2014, 2013 127 Map
Sedona Fire District 2014, 2013 1 Map
Show Low EMS 2014, 2013 110 Map 1, Map 2
Snowflake/Taylor Ambulance Service 2014, 2013 47 Map
St. Johns Emergency Services 2014, 2013 36 Map
Timber Mesa Fire and Medical District dba Lakeside Fire District 2014, 2013 111 Map 1, Map 2
Verde Valley Ambulance Company, Inc. 2014, 2013 49 Map
Verde Valley Fire District 2014, 2013 123 Map 1, Map 2
White Mountain Ambulance Service, Inc. 2014, 2013 64 Map
Williamson Valley Fire District 2014 135 Map

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