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Patriot Ambulance, Inc.

1 day 10 hours ago

As we prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving and count our blessings, the owners and management of Patriot Ambulance, Inc. would like to take a moment to express our gratitude to our employees for all of their hard work this year. Everyone has truly performed a tremendous job in the face of significant challenges.

We are especially appreciative that we continued to pull together to help make the changes needed to move Patriot Ambulance forward. No matter what challenges came our way — and there were a few — you rose to the occasion and reminded everyone why Patriot Ambulance is the best in the business.

So thank you again for everything you do. Your hard work and dedication is very much appreciated, and I wish each of you a happy and healthy Thanksgiving!

Patriot Ambulance, Inc.

1 day 22 hours ago

Patriot Ambulance would like to extend our deep and sincere sympathy to the family and friends of Methuen Department as they prepare for the last call of firefighter Patrick McKallagat. Our thoughts and prayers are with Patrick’s family, friends, and the men and women of Methuen Fire Department. Rest in peace Firefighter McKallagat.

Patriot Ambulance, Inc.

2 days 5 hours ago

Patriot supports local food banks with donations!

Patriot Ambulance, Inc.

1 week 6 days ago

A message from Mr. Walton:

Veterans Day is a time to thank all those who served in the U.S. Armed forces.

The holiday traces its origins back to the end of World War I , an armistice between the U.S. led Allied nations and Germany went into effect on the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month. It was known as Armistice Day.

Almost 30 years later after WWII and Korea, Congress changed the name to Veterans Day.

Veterans Day Facts:

There are 18.5 million military Veterans in the U.S. according to the Census Bureau. Those over 65 total 9.2 million.

There are 6.7 million Vietnam Era Veterans in 2016. There are 7.1 million who served during the Gulf War 1990 to present and 768,263 who served in World War II. and 1.6 million who served in the Korean War.

As we go through or daily lives, please give a special thank you to all veterans.

And to all the veterans that work at Patriot Ambulance.



Patriot Ambulance, Inc. currently employs over two hundred people, and is the provider of emergency and non-emergency medical transport to over fifty thousand customers a year. The organization currently provides service to seven cities for emergency medical service and provides service to eight hospitals and long-term facilities.

Principal leadership for the corporation is provided by both Maurice (Moe) Ryan, and David (Dave) Walton. Both men have spent their working careers in emergency services. They began working for the Concord Fire Department as Firefighter/EMTs and later devoted full time to their joint venture, Patriot Ambulance, Inc. As hands-on owners and managers, Moe and Dave are committed to providing the highest quality emergency and non-emergency medical services available.

Patriot Ambulance, Inc. operates from the heart and is a locally owned and managed organization with deep roots and commitment to the industry. When Patriot establishes an EMS system, delivers ambulance service, plan a public awareness program or volunteer our time for community service, it is more than a matter of fulfilling a contract. We are well aware that the system we design and implement may very well be the system our family and friends rely on for life saving services. That awareness ensures a quality that can’t be written into a contract.

During Patriot’s 30 years of providing emergency medical services, one lesson has been driven home again and again: Teamwork is the only way to ensure quality transportation.

At Patriot we do more than refer to ourselves as a team; we incorporate the principles of teamwork into our daily operations. We foster an open, participative system of management. We train continually to refine and enhance our skills. We insist that trust, respect, courtesy, and fairness mark our relationships with each other, our clients, and our partners – the hospitals, municipalities, nursing homes and private corporations we serve.

We want to do more than simply fulfill contract requirements. Our management, paramedics, EMTs, chairvan personnel and support personnel are eager to bring our customers our spirit of teamwork, our dedication to excellence, and our willingness to go the extra mile. It is our desire to work closely with our customers, responding to their needs quickly and efficiently. In doing so, we want to work as a part of a comprehensive program that ensures that our services are second to none.


Founders: David Walton and Maurice Ryan

Proudly providing emergency ambulance services to:
City of Marlborough and the Town of Hudson.

Michael Latta