Guardian Ambulance will soon begin serving the non-emergency medical transportation needs of customers and patients in northeastern South Carolina, specifically the communities of Florence, Columbia, Dillon and Clarendon.
“We are very pleased to introduce Guardian to the community and to our hospital and healthcare facility customers in the region,” said Jason Cooke, Vice President of Operations. “The entire Guardian team is committed to providing exceptional pre-hospital care with compassion, professionalism and efficiency.
“As our name implies, our mission is to guard the health and safety of patients in our care,” Cooke continued. “Our paramedics and EMTs are a part of the communities where we operate. They live and work here, and they care about their neighbors and fellow citizens.”
Guardian Ambulance is headquartered in Florence, South Carolina, and features a fleet of 30 ambulances operated by more than 80 paramedics, EMTs and regional support staff. The company provides non-emergency medical transportation services, including basic life support, advanced life support, bariatric care services, and will soon be introducing critical care services.
Guardian ambulances proudly display the Commission on the Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS) gold emblem that signifies it has met rigorous national standards for exceptional clinical, safety and operational expertise, among other areas. CAAS accreditation means Guardian has met the gold standard set by the ambulance industry for leading emergency medical services providers.
Guardian Ambulance is a member of the Priority Ambulance family of companies, one of the fastest-growing private ambulance services in the country.