911 Emergency Response

Rehoboth Ambulance is the provider of 911 Ambulance Response to the Town of Rehoboth

2019 Call Statistics

Total calls for service: 1000 Total transports: 713 Total non-transports: 287 Total motor vehicle collisions: 165 Total medical/standbys: 836

Calls by geographic region

North Rehoboth: 189 Center of Rehoboth: 453 South Rehoboth: 333 Mutual aid to other towns: 25
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Rehoboth Ambulance is the contracted provider of 911 Emergency Medical Services to the Town of Rehoboth. As part of this agreement, the Town provides fuel and garaging for the Committee's three ambulances, while the Ambulance Committee covers all other oeprating expenses. We operate this service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year and ensure an ambulacne is always available to respond to medical emergiencies within the Town.

To meet these commitments, we operate three ambulances with two of them located at the center fire station at 334 Anawan St, and one located at the south fire station at 104 Pleasant St. We staff one ambulance with a crew in station 1 during the hours of 7am - 5pm seven days a week. Evenings and overnights are currently staffed with an oncall crew from home. Any "second or third" ambulances calls are also responded to on an oncall basis when the primary truck is on a call. Should a call come in when our ambulances are unavaialble for any reason, we maintain mutual aid agreements with surrounding towns and cities to provide equal level of care

Through a memorandum of understanding with the Rehoboth Fire Department, EMTs from the Department may augment the ambulance crew with additional staff as needed. In addition, the Fire Department will send an engine company on serious medical incidents and all motor vehicle crashes to assist on scene. These types of calls include, but are not limited to:

  • Unconscious people
  • Cardiac arrest
  • Allergic reactions
  • Overdose