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Contra Costa County Ambulance Providers


In addition to Emergency Ambulance Services, Contra Costa EMS permits non-emergency and Critical Care transport providers that operate within the County. All ambulance providers within the County are required to have successfully completed the permitting process every three years. Please use the tabs below to learn more about ambulance providers in Contra Costa County and how to obtain or renew a permit.

Ambulance permit applications and renewals are required to be submitted to the EMS Agency 60 days prior to permit the provider's expiration date to assure no disruption in the provider's ambulance operations.

See more information about Emergency Ambulance Providers.


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  • Current Providers

    American Medical Response
    5151 Port Chicago Highway, Suite A
    Concord, CA 94520
    925-602-1300
    Paramedic, EMT, CCT
    Ambulance Permit expires June 30, 2021

    Bay Medic Ambulance
    959 Detroit Ave.,
    Concord, CA 94518
    925-689-9000
    EMT, CCT
    Ambulance Permit expires August 31, 2020

    Falck Northern California
    2190 South McDowell Blvd
    Petaluma, CA 94954
    855-463-2525
    EMT, CCT
    Ambulance Permit expires November 30, 2018

    Falcon Critical Care Transport
    3508 San Pablo Dam Road
    El Sobrante, CA 94803
    510-223-1171
    EMT, CCT
    Ambulance Permit expires March 31, 2020

    NorCal Ambulance
    6761 Sierra Ct., Suite G
    Dublin, CA 94568
    510-452-8300
    EMT, CCT
    Ambulance Permit expires August 14, 2018

    ProTransport-1
    720 Portal Street
    Cotati, CA 94931
    800-650-4003
    EMT, CCT
    Ambulance Permit expires August 14, 2018

    Westmed Ambulance
    14275 Wicks Blvd
    San Leandro, CA 94577
    510-614-1420
    EMT, CCT
    Ambulance Permit expires July 31, 2018
  • Ambulance Provider Meetings

    Please contact the EMS office to join our Provider meeting and for upcoming meeting dates.

  • Ambulance Permit Process
    Frequently Asked Questions

    • Why do I need a permit to operate an ambulance in Contra Costa County?
      • Permits are required per the Contra Costa County Ambulance Ordinance. The ordinance was established to protect the public and to ensure there are adequate emergency and non-emergency ambulance services within the County. This ordinance requires all ambulance providers to go through a permitting process with the County.
    • How do I apply for a non-emergency ambulance permit in Contra Costa County?
    • What happens after I submit an application?
      • Applications are reviewed by EMS Staff for completeness and eligibility. During the process, applicants may be asked to submit additional information to meet the eligibility requirements.
    • How long does the permit process take?
      • All ambulance permit applications are to be submitted at least 60 days prior to expiration. It takes between 30-45 days for the EMS Agency to complete the ambulance permit review and verification process. Initial or renewal applications that are not complete or are submitted late may result in a disruption of the provider's ambulance operations. Ambulance providers are strongly encouraged to submit complete applications to avoid delays in permit approvals and renewals.
    • Do gurney and wheelchair van services need to apply for a non-emergency ambulance permit?
      • Gurney and wheelchair van services are not required to complete an application for a Non-Emergency Ambulance Permit at this time.
    • How do I apply for a an emergency ambulance permit in Contra Costa County?
      • Ambulance providers interested in obtaining a permit to operate non-emergency ambulance services in Contra Costa County will need to submit an Application for Emergency Ambulance Permit to Contra Costa County Emergency Medical Services. Applicants should use the Emergency Ambulance Permit Application Checklist to ensure that they submit a complete application. A blank Vehicle Inventory and Employee Listing is available to help applicants submit information in the needed format.
    • Where do I find the fees for the ambulance permitting and authorization?
      • Ambulance provider permit and authorization fees are listed in the EMS fee Schedule (Policy 1010). EMS fees are updated annually and new fees go into effect July 1st of each calendar year.
  • Documents