Caring For Our Community As Much As You Do.

Perinton Ambulance remains always there and ever prepared as the only emergency medical response, treatment, and transport located right here in the local community – always ready to serve you, your sick and injured loved ones, your friends and neighbors.

Beyond emergency services, Perinton Ambulance will be there – from canal days and car seat installations to CPR training for local businesses, a communtity loan closet, and more – to help elevate the health and wellness of our community.

Community Health


Looking Out For Your Precious Cargo

An estimated 46% of car seats and booster seats are misused in a way that could reduce their effectiveness. Let Perinton Ambulance inspect and show you the proper way to install and place your children in a car seat or booster seat.


Need Crutches Or
A Wheelchair?

The Perinton Ambulance Community Loan Closet is one of our most popular services. Next time you need medical accessibility equipment – from crutches to canes, shower chairs, commodes, and more – consider borrowing itfrom us. Donations of these itemsare also accepted.


Lifesaving Training
For Your Business

Companies across the communityhave taken advantage of the Perinton Ambulance CPR and First Ad training courses. Endorsed by the American Heart Association, these courses can help ensure the health and safety of your workplace while providing a value-added benefit to teammembers who participate.

News & Events

MLREMS 2021 EMS Educator of Excellence

Sean O’Donnell, a Perinton Ambulance Critical Care Paramedic, and Emergency Services Instructor at EMCC, received the 2021 EMS Educator of Excellence Award by the Monroe-Livingston Regional EMS Council. This award recognizes an individual who demonstrates dedication, responsibility, exemplary professional behavior, ingenuity and insight in the EMS environment. Congratulations Sean, and thank you for all you do for our community.
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Meet the Chief

Chief Mike Hoskins joined Perinton Ambulance in March of 2020 after seven years as Deputy EMS Coordinator for the County of Monroe and seven years as Captain and Paramedic at CHS Mobile Integrated Health Care in Rochester. Mike brings a passion for paramedicine and a commitment for continuous improvement to his role as Chief of Perinton Ambulance.

Chief Mike Hoskins

Billing Questions?

Billing for ambulance services can be confusing based upon your insurance, deductibles, Medicare, Medicaid, and more. While Perinton Ambulance uses an outside resource to help manage our patient billing and remittance process, we’ve put together a list of answers to Frequently Asked Questions that will help guide you through the billing process.

The Thank You File …

“Your commitment to the health and safety of our community makes our community an even better place to live. Thank you to every member of the Perinton Ambulance team.

– Mary S.

The crews who respond are always wonderful and kind. It means a lot to know when a family member needs help, Perinton Ambulance is there. Their care and compassion always sticks out in my mind.

– Daniel

Perinton Ambulance has been there for us so many times over the years. They have provided walkers and wheelchairs, and every time we didn’t know where to go, we went to the ambulance base to get help.”

– Kathleen