Welcome to Milford Ambulance Service
Milford Ambulance is proud to serve the community of Milford, NH with two ambulances providing Advanced Life Support. The service has career, part-time and volunteer staff who are alltrained, certified and licensed to the same high standards. Career staff and part-time staff provide coverage from 6 AM until 6 PM from Monday to Saturday. The volunteer staff of over 30 personnel provides coverage from 6 PM until 6 AM and all day on Sundays.
Milford Ambulance Service will be offering an AEMT course on Saturdays (and on four Sundays) from August 16th to December 20th, 2014. Refer to the attached flyer for additional information.
If interested in enrolling in the course, complete and return the attached course application to MAS.
For additional information contact Andrew Mason at (603) 249-0610 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The new Ambulance Facility includes a Training/Community Room intended for public use for meetings. To reserve the Milford Ambulance Service Training/Community Room, please download the attached PDF below.
Once you have reviewed the terms and conditions and completed the attached form, return it to the Service for processing.
Milford Ambulance Service will be offering several American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR and AED classes during 2014:
- Tuesday, February 18th at 3PM
- Monday, April 14th at 6PM
- Saturday, June 28th at 1PM
Class length is approximately four hours and all classes will be held at Milford Ambulance Service, 66 Elm Street, Milford. Price per course is $55 per person which includes all study materials and books.
Milford Ambulance Service has two certified Safe Kids child passenger safety technicians on staff available to provide free child car seat inspections.
Inspections are available Monday - Saturday from 8 AM – 4 PM. If you, or someone you know would like to have a child seat inspected or have peace of mind your child’s car seat is installed correctly, call MAS at 249-0610 to arrange an appointment.
With the high temperatures today and into the summer, Milford Ambulance Service reminds people to take precautions to avoid heat-related illnesses, such as heat cramps, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke.
Heat-related illnesses can come on quickly and we may not recognize the symptoms. Children and seniors are more at risk of heat-related illness but anyone can suffer from them under the right circumstances.
Milford Ambulance Service responded to 1,352 requests for medical assistance within the town in 2010. The attached document is a map of the town marking the individual locations with a star. The color of the star indicates how many calls were received for each location.