Mayo Clinic Ambulance Service ground transport is an advanced life support service that provides high-quality emergency medical care at the scene of traumatic or medical emergencies, and during transport to and between medical facilities. Mayo Clinic Ambulance Service ground operations respond to more than 70,000 emergency calls for service each year.
Mayo Clinic Ambulance ground operations comprise a team of registered paramedics and emergency medical technicians that provides advanced life support care and transport throughout much of the region. Mayo Clinic paramedics have advanced training and equipment to perform several medical interventions, including interpreting ECGs to confirm ST elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI), which is a type of heart attack.
Mayo Clinic Ambulance Service ground ambulance serves Albert Lea, Austin, Duluth, Fairmont, Litchfield, Little Falls, Mankato, Owatonna, Plainview, Rochester and St. Cloud, Minnesota, and Barron, Eau Claire, Osseo and Superior, Wisconsin.
How to request service
For medical emergencies, call 911 or your local emergency number.
Medical professionals can call Mayo Clinic Ambulance Service emergency communications at 800-237-6822 (toll-free) or 507-255-2808 to request any medical transportation.
For questions about costs associated with medical transport or questions about bills or coverage for services, please contact our business office at 800-776-9001 (toll-free).
Mayo Clinic Ambulance Service ground ambulance teams work at emergency scenes side by side with first responder agencies, including fire departments, law enforcement agencies and rescue squads, as well as other ambulance services that are often first on the scene. Mayo Clinic Ambulance Service provides consultation for organizations in the areas of management, training, system design, compliance and licensing.
Mayo Clinic Ambulance Service works closely with medical facilities throughout its service areas to ensure that advanced-level transport options are available.
April 20, 2019