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Leadership And Teamwork

We are leaders in emergency medical services in Berkshire County and we're looking for new team members.

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Services

We are a full-service EMS and chaircar service committed to ensuring we can meet the varying needs of our clients and patients. We have provided 24-hour-a-day emergency and non-emergency medical services throughout Berkshire County since 1982.

Training

County Ambulance offers a variety of training programs ranging from layperson CPR/First-Aid training to EMT certification/recertification classes. We can customize training to your needs.


It's about our people

Nothing is more important to County Ambulance than the people who work here. To our people we pledge a good work environment, fair compensation, recognition of accomplishments, honesty in communications, and understanding. In return, we expect a positive attitude, an honest effort in the workplace, and dedication to principles that we support.

Why us?

It's about community

County Ambulance is proud to provide EMS service to special community events such as the Josh Billings Runaground, The Shrine of Divine Mercy, and many other community events.

Our staff is also deeply committed to our community conducting many worthy projects including Stuff An Ambulance Thanksgiving Food Collection for the Christian Center, annual Christmas Family sponsorship, Third Thursday, High Five Fridays and so many more!

Our own Erica Bulshey receiving her Star of Life from MAA President Dennis Cataldo

County Ambulance Stuff an Ambulance Food Drive for the Christian Center

Supervisor Ray Ferrin participating in Pittsfield Police High 5 Friday

Paramedic Bob VanBramer teaching first aid skills to the Hinsdale FD Fire Camp

We pride ourselves in the teamwork between our organization and Berkshire Medical Center

Our ambulance entering Fenway Park for the 202o Mass Amb Assoc EMS Week recognition

2020 Mass Amb Assoc Convoy of Champions at Fenway Park

BEN GARVER — THE BERKSHIRE EAGLE Pittsfield Police Chief Michael Wynn and Brian Andrews of County Ambulance, and Elk member, discuss the need and use of self aid kits for the PPD. Pittsfield police officers will all be issued kits to stop bleeding in traumatic situations in the pouches on their body armor. The kits, donated by the local Elks Lodge # 272 and the Elks National Foundation Gratitude Grant, will allow the officers to stop bleeding on themselves or a victim in emergency situations. Each kit contains a tourniquet, clotting agent and some bandages. The kits fit snugly in the vest.