Since our humble beginning in 1984, Tri-County Ambulance has grown to be a superior industry leader by providing a high quality solution to patients and providers needing medical transportation while maintaining the look and feel of a small, friendly company.
“Compassionate, affordable healthcare with an emphasis on patient care”
-Tri-County Ambulance Service, Inc.
Tri-County achieves its objectives through trained and dedicated staff utilizing state of the art, highly specialized medical equipment and vehicles designed specifically for patient safety and comfort. Each employee strives to go above and beyond what is necessary for patient care to make Tri-County the best option available.
Consistent with our stated philosophy of patient care, Tri-County Ambulance:
1. Has patient care as the number one priority in any and all transports
2. Is a noticeable leader in the workplace and community.
3. Maintains an ongoing program of quality assurance.
4. Has been extremely competitive on rates for all services.
5. Provides a wide array of benefit plans for its family of employees.
Tri-County Ambulance Service, Inc. was founded in 1984 by the current owner and Chief Executive Officer, Kevin A. Farrell. Mr. Farrell has had experience as a firefighter and Advanced EMT. He is a working CEO and takes pride in the company that he created and led over the years. His level of commitment to quality medical transportation continues to be reflected in his mission statement.
“Leadership is the capacity to translate vision to reality”
Founder and President
Chief Financial Officer
Director of Operations
Director of Marketing
Scope of Services
Tri-County is a private provider that is designed to provide emergency medical care and non-emergency medical care to health care agencies. Tri-County is fully certified to perform first response emergency medical services and will render aid and assistance to local fire EMS when requested, however, Tri-County is a special company designed to:
A. Respond to emergencies out of health care facilities.
B. Transport form health care facilities back home.
C. Transport of residence to a health care facility.
D. Transport from one health care facility to another.
E. Help in a mass casualty incident or occurrence.
F. Provide aid in a natural disaster.
Tri-County provides multiple levels of ambulance service:
Ventilators (Pressure and Volume Supports)
Advanced Airway Placement
Muliple IV Infusion and Titration
ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT
Hospira/Alaris IV Pumps
Complete ACLS Equipped
BASIC LIFE SUPPORT
Complete ACLS Equipment
One Drive (CPR and First Aid Trained)
Lake, Cuyahoga, and Geauga Counties are primary areas of patient transport. Satellite stations staffed 24 hours daily extends the range of responses within reasonable time limits. Tri-County Ambulance is licensed for medical transportation statewide and nationally as long as the patient originates or terminates in the state of Ohio.
Join Our Team!
We are always looking for caring and compassionate individuals with a strong work ethic. This is not just another job, but the start of a career in the exciting industry of EMS!
- FLEXIBLE WORK SCHEDULES
- 24, 12, AND 8 HOUR SHIFTS AVAILABLE
- SIGN ON BONUSES!
- PAID VACATION
- HIGHLY COMPETITIVE WAGES
- TUITION REIMBURSEMENT! (WE WORK WITH YOUR SCHEDULE)
- MEDICAL, DENTAL, AND VISION BENEFITS
- 401K WITH COMPANY MATCH
- YEARLY WAGE INCREASES
- IN HOUSE CONTINUING EDUCTION
- REFERRAL BONUSES FOR ACTIVE EMPLOYEES
- CUTTING EDGE EQUIPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY
Now hiring for:
Wheelchair Van Drivers
Call 440-951-4600 and ask for Sean Farrell for additional information today!
1. WHERE CAN I SEND PAYMENT?
You should send all payments to 7000 Spinach Drive, Mentor, Ohio 44060. You may pay by check or credit/debit card. You can also make payments over the phone via credit/debit card by calling us at 440-951-4600.
2. WHAT IF I AM UNABLE TO PAY THE ENTIRE BALANCE OF MY ACCOUNT?
If you call our billing office we will help you set up an interest free payment plan within your means to take care of the balance.
3. WILL MEDICARE COVER WHEELCHAIR VAN/AMBULETTE SERVICES?
No. The only insurance plans that cover wheelchair van services are traditional Medicaid or managed care Medicaid plans. Medicare covers ambulance transports only.
4. WILL MY INSURANCE COVER TRIPS GOING TO DOCTORS APPOINTMENTS BY AMBULANCE?
No. Insurance providers such as Medicare do not cover doctors appointments by ambulance.
5. WILL INSURANCE COVER TRIPS GOING FROM ONE HOSPITAL TO ANOTHER BY AMBULANCE?
There needs to be a qualification such as specialized care not offered at the current facility for insurance to cover the transport.