Mansfield Ambulance

"People Caring for People Since 1961":

Mansfield Ambulance is an Ohio licensed emergency medical service (EMS) organization providing medical transportation to residents of Mansfield & Richland County and a large portion of North Central Ohio. MAS has operational satellite facilities in Ashland county and the City of Mt. Vernon in Knox County. MAS crews respond to more than 8000 calls per year. Our skilled paramedics and EMT's respond within an average of four to five minutes bringing top quality advanced life support services to stabilize patients for prompt transportation to the hospital.


Our company provides full service ambulance transportation:

24 Hour Emergency Paramedic Services and Emergency Transportation
  • 9-1-1 Emergency Service
  • Medical Emergencies, Cardiac & Diabetic Emergencies 
  • Auto Accidents
  • Industrial Accidents
  • Senior Assisted Living Centers
  • Physician Offices and Urgent Care Centers
  • Paramedic backup to area township fire department rescue squads for seriously ill or injured patients
24 Hour Non-Emergency Basic and Advanced Life Support Transportation
  • Patient transfers to other medical facilities
  • Transport for Dialysis services and Wound Care treatment
  • Hospital discharges to residence or Nursing Home
  • Out-Patient treatment and testing at medical facilities
Special Event Standby Coverage
  • Local high school athletic events; football games, track meets, Mansfield Mehock Relays, graduation ceremonies
  • Auto Racing; Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Lakeville Speedway
  • Miss Ohio Pageant, Malabar Farm Heritage Days
  • American Cancer Society's Pan-Ohio Hope Ride
Wheelchair Transportation
(Ambulette Service)
  • Trained EMT's operate our wheelchair units
  • Oxygen equipped
  • Late model Ambulette vehicle with hydraulic lift & tie downs
  • Air Conditioned Ambulettes


Qualified & Experienced Staff:

Our highly trained and experienced crews are the backbone of the company. The staff at Mansfield Ambulance Service consists of over forty team members. All emergency units are staffed with a combination of paramedics and EMT's. Paramedics have over 1,000 hours of training specializing in advanced life support techniques. Their training allows them to rapidly assess each patient and to provide any needed treatment including CPR & defibrillation , advanced airway management, IV placement and administration of fluids and medications to stabilize medical and trauma related conditions. Our paramedics have an average of over ten years of field experience treating emergency cases, and experience can make the difference in an emergency! All EMT's and paramedics are required to participate in continuing education and training.

Mansfield Ambulance Service News
Mount Vernon Station Under Construction
Thursday, 06 May 2010 08:00

Mansfield Ambulance is pleased to announce that contruction of a new station has begun in Mount Vernon. The modern purpose-built EMS station will allow MAS to expand service to the Mount Vernon - Knox County area. The roomy garage & crew quarters will allow MAS to operate an additional ALS unit improving response times to our Mount Vernon area patients and healthcare partners.

Ground was broken in early April at the 210 North Sandusky Street location and construction is proceeding at a rapid pace. MAS expects to move into the new facility in June.


Mount Vernon Station

Last Updated on Thursday, 06 May 2010 08:58