Hartford / Northeast Connecticut

Operation Address:130 Shield Street
West Hartford, Connecticut 06110
Main Phone Number:(860) 522-1612
Fax:(860) 241-2422
Dispatch Number:(800) 660-1077
Billing Number:(800) 913-9106

American Medical Response (AMR) of Greater Hartford/Northeast Connecticut provides emergency and non-emergency medical transportation service for central and northeastern Connecticut. Founded in 1997 and with decades of experience with our predecessor companies, we have grown to employ a diverse work force of more than 200 paramedics and EMTs who respond to an average of 50,000 emergency calls annually. We pride ourselves in the strong relationships we have built in our communities and with our healthcare system partners.

We provide many specialty services including, but not limited to: neonatal and pediatric intensive car transports, critical care transportation and bariatric services. AMR Greater Hartford/Northeast Connecticut provides standby medical coverage to the Xfinity Music Center, Riverfront Recapture, XL Center, Connecticut Convention Center, high school sporting events and local community events.

To book a standby event please email us at: CTstandby@amr.net

AMR has proven itself to be an industry leader proving top quality care to our patients, exemplary service to our customers and for maintaining high industry standards. As a result, many healthcare institutions have partnered with AMR Hartford/Northeast; we are privileged and proud to deliver care for the following esteemed healthcare facilities:

  • Connecticut Children’s Medical Center – providing specialized pediatric and neonatal transportation

  • Day Kimball Hospital in Putnam, Connecticut – providing critical care transportation with a co-branded ambulance

  • Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center in Hartford, Connecticut – providing medical direction for our clinical staff.

Our operation also offers CPR and First Aide training to the local community. If you are interested in being certified, please contact the operation for more information.

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