Quality care begins with preparation.

GCA is a privately owned service that employs 50 dedicated full-time associates who live in our region.   We bring a personal touch to your transport needs.

Ambulance crews are made up of two experienced medical team members consisting of Paramedics, Advanced EMTs, and/or EMTs who are licensed in both VT and NH.

The rest of team consists of Wheelchair van drivers, dispatchers, schedulers and many more!

Contact us today and work with our schedulers who are are looking forward to accommodating your ambulance and wheelchair transportation needs.

GCA Wheelchair Ambulance on Emergency
Two EMTs loading patient into ambulance
EMT jumping up a wall with the stair lift
Taking the stretcher out

Our billing clerks will ensure that your experience in the business office is balanced and informative.  The team is prepared to answer your explanation of benefits information.  Healthcare benefits can be confusing and we are here to help you understand your coverage.

EMS Continuing Education

Emergency medical personnel are required to continue their education and possess a current Health Care Provider certification.  Golden Cross Ambulance periodically offers lectures, refresher and training opportunities.  We have also developed and maintain an email list for those who want to be made aware of events offered by GCA and  throughout VT and NH’s EMS communities.  For more information or to be added to our CE mailing list please email allyn@goldencrossamb.com

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