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Patriot Ambulance, Inc.

4 days 3 hours ago

Please join Patriot Ambulance in wishing a Happy 70th Birthday to the United States Air Force!! God bless all of the airmen and airwomen and thank you for your service past, present, and future.

Patriot Ambulance, Inc.

1 week 1 day ago

Don't be a statistic.

In 2015 alone, 3,477 people were killed, and 391,000 were injured in motor vehicle crashes involving distracted drivers.

Texting is the most alarming distraction. Sending or reading a text takes your eyes off the road for 5 seconds. At 55 mph, that's like driving the length of an entire football field with your eyes closed.

During daylight hours, approximately 660,000 drivers are using cell phones while driving. That creates enormous potential for deaths and injuries on U.S. roads. Teens were the largest age group reported as distracted at the time of fatal crashes.

Patriot Ambulance, Inc.

1 week 2 days ago

Great day on the course with Marlborough Fire Department in support of the MDA.

Patriot Ambulance, Inc.

1 week 4 days ago

This picture of the World Trade Center in New York was taken on September 10, 2001, one day prior to the event that touched so many of us.

Today please join Patriot Ambulance as we remember all who perished in the horrific acts of terrorism that took place on American soil. A total of 2,996 people were killed in the 9/11/2001 attacks, including the 19 terrorist hijackers aboard the four airplanes.

At the World Trade Center, 2,763 died after the two planes slammed into the twin towers. That figure includes 343 firefighters and paramedics, 23 New York City police officers and 37 Port Authority police officers who were struggling to complete an evacuation of the buildings and save the office workers trapped on higher floors.

Navy seal Chief Petty Officer Mike "Murph" Murphy, wore the FDNY Patch of EL Barrios Bravest to remind him of the 343 lost Firefighters. Today they also wear his patch.

At the Pentagon, 189 people were killed, including 64 on American Airlines Flight 77, the airliner that struck the building. On Flight 93, 44 people died when the plane crash-landed in Pennsylvania.

Please take a moment today to remember those who lost their lives and the families whose lives were forever changed by such a tragic event.


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