380 North Gratiot, Clinton Township, MI 48036
KNOW THE SIGNS OF HYPOTHERMIA... 01/06/2014
MEDSTAR MAKES MEMORIAL DAY CONTRIBUTION TO VIETNAM VETERANS
Medstar Ambulance presented the Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 154 with an automated external defibrillator as part of the EMS agency’s EMS Week celebration, and in honor of the Veterans... 05/24/2013
MEDSTAR STEPS UP TO HELP COMMUNITY
HARPER WOODS — Before his retirement last month, Fire Chief Sean Gunnery went to Medstar CEO Kolby Miller with a special request to help the community.
When Gunnery was approached by ... 04/01/2013
CITY MAKES MEDSTAR AGREEMENT OFFICIAL
HARPER WOODS — The city has been working with MedStar for ambulance service for some time, but the relationship is now in writing with a contract approved at the Jan. 23 City Council meeting.... 01/25/2013
MEDSTAR BEGINS SERVICE TO CITY OF EASTPOINTE
EASTPOINTE — On Nov. 1, the council-approved, nonprofit Medstar will begin running ambulance service in the city, as Eastpointe joins a growing list of local communities that have opted for p... 11/07/2012
MEDSTAR ANNOUNCES AED MINI-GRANT PROGRAM
Medstar Ambulance, a non-profit ambulance company serving communities and health-care facilities in Macomb and Wayne counties, announced today that it will provide ten $500 mini-grants to local sch... 08/03/2012
MEDSTAR LEADS NATIONAL PATIENT SATISFACTION SURVEY FIRST QUARTER 2012
“Patient satisfaction is the most important feedback we can get from the patients that we serve,” according to Dan Stringer, EMT from Medstar Ambulance. Based on the first quarter... 05/02/2012
MEDSTAR DEDICATES NEW AMBULANCE TO GROSSE POINTE FARMS
Medstar Ambulance, the non-profit ambulance company that has served Grosse Pointe Farms since the early 1990s, dedicated a new ambulance to the community in a brief ceremony on Friday. The de... 10/19/2011
MEDSTAR LEADS NATIONAL EMS PATIENT SATISFACTION SURVEY SECOND QUARTER 2011
Medstar Ambulance, a non-profit ambulance company serving communities and facilities in Macomb and Wayne Counties, announced Monday that it was ranked first by a national EMS patient satisfaction s... 07/14/2011
MEDSTAR LAUNCHES COMMUNITY DEFIBRILLATOR PROGRAM
While Emergency Medical Services (EMS) agencies across the country are struggling to maintain clinical care and quality service in the face of falling insurance payments and rising costs, amb... 09/28/2010
EMS Education Center
We believe in educating our community on how to prevent emergencies and how to handle emergency situations. We also believe in providing our employees with an opportunity to advance their skills and complete their necessary state.
Invested in Saving Lives and Protecting Communities
A non-profit community service, Medstar's mission is to provide the best care possible for every patient we serve. Medstar invests all of our earnings into our personnel, advanced clinical care equipment, new vehicles, and cutting-edge lifesaving technology. We continue to search for new ways to improve pre-hospital medical care and emergency medical transportation safety. Our commitment to clinical excellence and operational efficiency saves countless lives, and saves our communities millions of dollars each year.
The Latest Technology - The Safest Response
Medstar has spent millions of dollars over the past few years equipping our personnel and vehicles with the most advanced lifesaving technology available. From advanced cardiac monitors to on-board safety monitors and GPS navigation systems, we are dedicated to investing our resources in such a way as to maximize our ability to save lives and provide safe, effective responses to the needs of our patients and communities.
Raising Quality Standards - Without Raising Taxes
Medstar is one of less than 200 accredited EMS providers in the United States. This means that we're one of the few to meet the exhaustive standards of the Commission on the Accreditation of Ambulance Services. Our personnel procedures, clinical care programs and dedication to quality, safety, and patient satisfaction has met the test of the leaders in the Emergency Medical Services community. This is particularly impressive given that we provide this unmatched level of care while relying on little tax support or subsidies from the communities that we serve.