Pittston Township Ambulance Association
24 Hour Emergency Medical Services
The Pittston Township Ambulance Association, centrally located in the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton metropolitan corridor of Luzerne County in Northeastern Pennsylvania USA, is a community non-profit Emergency Medical Service (EMS) serving a residential population of approximately 3,500 and an estimated transient population of 70 to 80 thousand commuters on a daily basis. The coverage area is 17 sq.miles and contains four major highways – PA Turnpike/Northeast Extension I-476, Interstate I-81, US Route 11, PA Rt 315; three growing industrial parks, two rapidly expanding retail districts and the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport. There is a combination of different zoned areas that include residential, commercial/industrial, rural and wooded.
The Pittston Township Ambulance Association is the designated primary EMS provider to the Municipality of Pittston Township and provides back-up EMS to neighboring communities as necessary.
You’ll see that we do many things other than respond to 911 Emergencies. Contained within this web site are various pages for viewing at your leisure. We invite you to navigate through our pages that include public safety information, our membership program or check out the pictures in our photo album. We also have a listing of our Emergency Staff along with a history of our origin that tells how we evolved into what we are today.
Feel free to email us at the “Contact Us” link for any inquiry or comments regarding our operations.
We welcome you as a guest on our website.
(This web site is maintained by the Pittston Township Ambulance Association and is responsible for its content)