Published on June 05, 2018

Ridgeview purchases new ambulances

Inside view of an ambulance.

Ridgeview recently added new ambulances to its fleet of vehicles providing emergency response service in Le Sueur and Belle Plaine.

The new ambulances were purchased as replacements for older units. By the end of 2018, a total of 12 new ambulances will be in service throughout Ridgeview’s seven-county ambulance service area. The new ambulances provide additional safety seating for crew and additional safety features for patient transport. The crew safety seats allow paramedics to be secure while performing life-saving care during transport. These new custom safety designs were prompted by recent ambulance crashes in Minnesota that left crew members severely injured due to lack of safety restraints.

About Ridgeview Ambulance Services

Staff photo of Ridgeview Ambulance employees.

Ridgeview Ambulance has more than 140 employees, including paramedics, EMTs and dispatchers responding to more than 14,000 calls annually. It serves a suburban and rural area that covers approximately 950 square miles and includes all of Carver County, and portions of Hennepin, Wright, McLeod, Scott, Sibley and Le Sueur counties. Ridgeview Ambulance celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2017 and recently expanded to include management of the Le Sueur Ambulance service.

Learn more about Ridgeview Ambulance