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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Golden Cross Ambulance: Quality Care Begins with Preparation

Golden Golden Cross Ambulance, Inc. lost a member of our family, Ian Pierce, last night as he was involved in a motorcycle crash around 10:30 pm on the Charlestown Road.

Our thoughts and prayers are with Ian’s family who just recently learned of the loss of their son and brother.

If you have any stories that you would like to share with us as Ian was one of the most capable paramedics who truly cared for his patients and their outcomes.

Ian was deeply involved in our community through outreach with our homeless and the church. We would love to hear from you.
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Condolences go out to family and friends

So sorry to hear this. Thoughts are with his family, friends, and Golden Cross team.

Sincere condolences to you all

Sorry to hear from what I heard he was a great guy God bless

Thoughts and prayers to Ian's family friends and Co workers 🙏

Gary and I send our condolences to his family and friends.

Wow. Just so sad. Praying for his family & friends.

So sorry to hear this. Thinking of his family and friends and the Golden Cross Team.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. From our family to yours.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

So sorry to hear this. Our thoughts and condolences to his friends & family🙏

Sending my deepest condolences! So very heartbreaking 💔

Sorry your loss and his family loss. Rest easy Ian

I'm so very sorry for your loss 💔 My deepest sympathy and prayers to Ian's family,friends and co-workers

My thoughts&prayers are with you all,absolutely heartbreaking💔Rip Ian😇🙏🏼

Thinking of his golden cross family from his medstar Michigan family! He was a great provider and will be greatly missed.

Ian was truly one of the most well rounded providers I have ever had the privilege of working with. Tho I only worked a few shifts with Ian, he was the first one to help me with a pre-hospital IV during my AEMT clinicals at Golden Cross Ambulance. His patience and bedside manner encompassed everything that a good EMS provider should have and showed that he truly cared about his patients in their time of need . Rest in peace brother , we’ve got it from here .

Sounds like Ian was very loved and will be missed greatly. My deepest condolences to his family both at home and at Golden Cross. Thinking of you all in this tragic and difficult time.

Condolences to the GCA family on the loss of a brother and friend

My prayers go out to the Pierce family, Golden Cross Ambulance family, his friends and all of the Claremont community. Rest in peace Ian. Thank you so much for your compassionate heart towards myself and so many others

Went through fire academy with a great young man!

Ian was such an amazing partner. I remember sitting post with him on midnights behind a Target and he’d watch his fishing shows on YouTube, then go wander around with his night vision goggles. We’ve got it from here Ian 💙

That is so sad

Thoughts and prayers to the Golden Cross family during this difficult time. Most deepest condolences to Ian’s family, friends and loved ones.

RIP Ian I'm beyond shocked . We were sometimes partners while at Community EMS and it was always a pleasure to work and talk to him. He had sooo much potential. An amazing person.

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