Our ground ambulance service is available for both life-threatening emergency situations and non-emergent transports.
San Juan Regional Medical Center provides both Advanced Life Support (ALS) and Basic Life Support (BLS) ambulance services in cooperation with San Juan County and the cities of Farmington, Aztec, and Bloomfield.
Our ALS ambulances are stationed throughout San Juan County and cover approximately 5,000 square miles. We respond to over 14,000 clinical incidents per year and serve a population of approximately 120,000 citizens.
We have a close working relationship with:
- Fire and Police Departments of Farmington, Aztec, and Bloomfield
- San Juan County Fire and San Juan County Sheriff's Department
- New Mexico State Police
- Navajo Police
- Frequent ALS intercept with Dulce EMS
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Emergency Department (ER)
This is EMS: Rising to the Challenge
Celebrating National EMS Week May 15 to 21
We are proud to provide Emergency Medical Services to our community 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Our EMS first responders rise to the challenge every day, delivering the best care available under some of the most strenuous conditions imaginable.
Not only do our first responders provide critical and often lifesaving pre-hospital care, but they also take an active role in training our community members on appropriate self-help and care and how to best survive crisis situations.
Here’s a snapshot of San Juan Regional Medical Center EMS by the numbers in 2021…
· More than 70 EMS first responders
· Work out of eight locations to meet community needs
· Responded to over 21,000 requests for service
· Averaged 55 calls daily
San Juan Regional Medical Center EMS practitioners are our family, friends and neighbors who rise to the challenge every day to make sure you get through your day. As we recognize National EMS Week, please join us in thanking these frontline healthcare providers for their commitment to the health and safety of our community.