HVA has worked closely with county and local government for over 30 years in a public-private partnership, providing emergency medical services and ambulance transportation to residents in the communities we serve.
In addition to providing fire protection, local fire departments also provide first response to medical emergencies. HVA paramedics work as a team with firefighters to provide patients with rapid, high quality, compassionate patient care and transport.
Police departments are responsible for answering 9-1-1 calls, including calls for medical assistance. They assist us with coordination of resources, and respond to insure that the scene is safe for the patient, family, firefighters and paramedics.
It is HVA's goal to provide responsive, high quality emergency medical services in Washtenaw, western Wayne and southwest Oakland counties. Our services continue to be provided at no cost or tax subsidy to local governments.
HVA also provides centralized 9-1-1 dispatching services for the following 13 fire departments (who operate 21 fire stations) in Washtenaw County:
- City of Ann Arbor Fire Department
- Ann Arbor Township Fire Department
- Augusta Township Fire Department
- Chelsea Area Fire Authority
- Dexter Area Fire Department
- Manchester Township Fire Department
- Northfield Township Fire Department
- Saline Area Fire Department
- Scio Township Fire Department
- Superior Township Fire Department
- City of Ypsilanti Fire Service
- Ypsilanti Township Fire Department
See also Consolidated Services
Community Transportation Partnerships
Canton Mobility Transportation
The Canton Community Mobility Transportation Services Program was created through a partnership between the municipal government of Canton Township and Huron Valley Ambulance. HVA provides transportation services for seniors and people with disabilities in Canton Township. HVA’s Call Center does the scheduling and dispatching for the program.
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Helping seniors live independently
HVA is the transportation partner for Huron Valley PACE - Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly. The PACE program provides an alternative to nursing home care by allowing seniors to remain in their own homes. HVA provides door-to-door round trip transportation between participants’ homes and a Day Center in Ypsilanti in specially designed PACE buses and wheelchair vans. At the Day Center, PACE staff provides seniors with a variety of services, including:
- health care
- social services
- recreational activities
The Day Center serves Washtenaw, Monroe and parts of Wayne, Oakland and Livingston counties.