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.

Southeastern Region Licensed Ground Ambulance Providers

Providers Ambulance Revenue & Cost Reports Certificates of Necessity Service Areas
Ajo Ambulance, Inc. 2013 101 Map
Arivaca Fire District 2013 134 Map
Arizona Ambulance Transport 2013 120 Map
Avra Valley Fire District 2014, 2013 5 Map 1, Map 2
Bisbee Fire Department 2013 100 Map 1, Map 2
Douglas Ambulance Service 2014, 2013 32 Map 1, Map 2
Drexel Heights Fire Department 2014, 2013 11 Map
Elfrida Ambulance Service 2013 17 Map
Fry Fire District 2014, 2013 18 Map
Golder Ranch Fire District 2013 56 Map 1, Map 2
Greenlee County Ambulance Service 2014, 2013 84 Map
Healthcare Innovations, Inc. 2013 103 Map
Kearny Ambulance Service 2013 23 Map
Kord's Southwest 2013 54 Map 1, Map 2
Nogales Ambulance Service 2013 30 Map
Northwest Fire District 2013 138 Map 1, Map 2
Picture Rocks Fire Department 2013 52 Map
Rincon Valley Fire District 2014, 2013 92 Map
Rio Rico Fire District 2014, 2013 20 Map
Rural/Metro Corporation (Pima) 2013 55 Map
Rural/Metro Corp. (Pinal) dba Tri City Med 2013 87 Map
San Manuel Fire Department Association 2013 107 Map
Sierra Vista Fire Department 2013 24 Map
Sonoita-Elgin Ambulance 2014, 2013 132 Map
Southwest Ambulance of Safford 2013 63 Map
Sunsites-Pearce Fire District Ambulance Svc. 2014, 2013 33 Map
Three Points Fire District 2013 122 Map
Tubac Fire District Ambulance Service 2013 6 Map
Tucson Fire Department 2014, 2013 108 Map
Whetstone Fire District Ambulance Service 2014, 2013 119 Map

Note: Information provided in PDF files, unless otherwise indicated.