All administrative and management level services are provided and based out of this division located in the City of Fort Saskatchewan. Special event coverage services and ambulances are coordinated and maintained from this office.
Fort Saskatchewan Division
Prairie EMS provides Fort Saskatchewan with two 24 hour ambulances that operate 7 days a week. Both of these ambulances are Advance Life Support (ALS) ambulances. There is also one ALS Ambulance which operates Monday to Friday 8 am - 4 pm to provide peak time services.
Lamont and Andrew Division
Prairie EMS provides Lamont with one advanced life support ambulance 24 hours 7 days a week for emergency calls. This ambulance also does inter facility transfers for the local hospital. Andrew has 1 basic life support ambulance 24 hours 7 days a week. The Lamont and Andrew ambulances work together to cover both regions. If both ambulances are called out, Prairie EMS will flex another ambulance into the area from one of their other services.
Two Hills Division
Two Hills has two 24 hour ambulances serving their community seven days per week. There is one ALS and one BLS ambulance at all times. As with Lamont and Andrew, Prairie EMS will flex an ambulance in to the area if both local ambulances are out on calls. These two ambulances also provide the local hospital with inter facility transfers.
Saddle Lake Division
Saddle Lake Division is contracted by Saddle Lake First Nation and has one BLS ambulance operating 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Saddle Lake has ALS back up from surrounding communities.
Elk Point Division
Prairie EMS provides Elk Point with one ambulance at the ALS level which operate 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. The ambulance also provides the local hospital with inter-facility transfers.
Prairie EMS provides Vermillion with three ambulances, two ALS and one BLS which operate 24 hours, 7 days per week. These ambulances provide both emergency and inter-facility transfers to area hospitals.
St. Paul Division
Prairie EMS provides St. Paul with two ALS ambulances and one BLS ambulance which operate 24 hours, 7 days per week. These ambulances provide both emergency response service and inter-facility transfers to areas hospitals. Prairie EMS also provides a Non-Emergency Transport vehicle (NAT) for routine transfers going from the St. Paul region.