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American Ambulance provides a full range of emergent and non-emergent medical transportation services by highly-trained professionals in order to ensure safe, quick, and compassionate patient care.


We have a professional educational service that offers high-quality training courses. Our unwavering standards and dedication to each student’s success benefits not only the student but the people they will care for.


Our diligent billing department always ensures patients’ private information stays protected, aims for accuracy in the billing and insurance process, and serves as a resource to answer any questions a patient may have about their bill.


Michael Aliano – President/CEO

It is hard to put into words what the men and women of American Ambulance sacrifice in order for them to be the professionals they are, the time spent away from their families including hours on the job and in continuing education. They often find themselves on the road when everyone else is told not to be and they do this nights, weekends and holidays. I hope you appreciate them as much as I do. The men and women of American Ambulance are truly Dedicated, Professional People, Committed to Excellence, Caring for You.

Our dedicated EMT professionals, Ethan Howard and Jennifer Fontanez, provide daily safe, quick, and compassionate patient care. We are proud of our team's positive impact on our community's... health and appreciate their service! If you are considering a healthcare career, take the first steps now and get paid to train with our team through our no-cost program to become an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). Upon successful completion of the 7-week program, gain full-time employment with American Ambulance. Apply today at http://ow.ly/7bPh50LWnjH
#EMT #HealthcareCareer #AmericanAmbulance #JoinOurTeam #CERA

This Thanksgiving, we are #grateful for our EMS professionals and support teams who care for our communities.
#HappyThanksgiving #GiveThanks

Please join us in congratulating Steve Stenhouse as he celebrates 25 years of service with American Ambulance! Steve also recently obtained his Connecticut paramedic license.
#AmericanAmbulance ...#25Years #Congratulations

On any given day, approximately 50,000 traffic incident responders work roadside to restore safe travel after traffic incidents. All 50 states have a “Move Over” law to help reduce the danger for... first responders. The guidelines are straightforward: move over, and if it’s not safe to do so, slow down when approaching emergency and non-emergency vehicles stopped on the sides of the highway. This Crash Responder Safety Week, we remind drivers to do their part to protect those who protect you.
#RoadsideHeroes #SlowDown #MoveOver

After 38 years of service (almost 39), EMT Supervisor Marvin Hassell has decided to retire. Marvin has been a fixture here at AASI and has worked countless hours on the road and in the office. AASI ...would not be where it is today if not for his involvement over these many years. We will undoubtedly miss Marvin. However, his retirement is well deserved. We wish you the best; enjoy!

During this Crash Responder Safety Week—and every week—slow down and move over when passing traffic incidents. Traffic incident responders have families waiting for them to arrive home ...safely.
#RoadsideHeroes #SlowDown #MoveOver

The 4-hour National Traffic Incident Management Responder Training course teaches every first responder how to safely and quickly clear traffic incidents. This Crash Responder Safety Week, get TIM ...trained at https://ops.fhwa.dot.gov/tim/training/ Whether your role is emergency medical services, fire and rescue, law enforcement, public works, towing or transportation, you are our #RoadsideHeroes

As we begin Crash Responder Safety Week, American Ambulance recognizes the critical role our traffic incident responders play in saving lives and keeping traffic moving safely through quick roadway ...clearance. We honor our #RoadsideHeroes

Every year on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month since World War I ended with the signing of the Armistice, Americans salute all veterans who served our country honorably during war or ...peacetime. We are forever grateful for your service.

Create a safer workplace — equip your employees with life-saving skills! Whether your training is required by OSHA, part of your company policy, or you simply want a safer workplace, American ...Professional Educational Services is ready to provide solutions designed to meet your needs. We offer American Heart Association programs for a variety of businesses, medical offices, schools and childcare settings. Our programs include CPR, AED, First Aid, and Stop the Bleed training. We offer flexible hybrid and fully in-person courses at our location overlooking the marina in Norwich or at your location if adequate space is available. Both individual and group rates are available. Contact us for more information or to get started at 860-886-2737
#SafeWork #EmergencyTraining #AmericanProTraining

Movember focuses on men’s health and actions they can take to live healthier, happier and longer lives. Here are 5 things to know and do:
1. Spend time with people who make you feel good. Your ...friends and family are important, and spending time with them is good for you. Catch up regularly, check-in and make time.
2. Talk, more. You don’t need to be an expert, and you don’t have all the answers, but being there for someone, listening and giving your time can be life-saving.
3. Get your numbers. Talk to your doctor about health screenings based on age and risk factors.
4. Know your body. Get to know what is normal for your body, get regular checkups, and let your doctor know when something doesn’t feel right.
5. Move more. Add more activity to your day. Do more of what makes you feel good. Take a walk, take the stairs, cycle to work, or play a sport.
#Movember #MensHealth

On National First Responders Day, we honor the service of EMTs, paramedics, public health workers, and support teams who provide life-saving emergency care at a moment’s notice, each and every day.... These women and men are always there to help us, and we thank them for their extraordinary service to our community.

Kids love the magic of Halloween, but costume and traffic safety are essential for trick-or-treaters. These tips can help make it a safe and Happy Halloween!
– All costumes, wigs and ...accessories should be fire-resistant
– If out after dark, fasten reflective tape to costumes and bags, or carry glow sticks
– Opt for nontoxic makeup over masks, which can obscure vision; always test first for irritation
– A responsible adult should accompany young children in the neighborhood
– Teach your children never to enter a stranger's home or car
– Instruct older children to travel only in familiar, well-lit areas and stick with friends
– Tell your children not to eat any treats until it has been inspected at home
– Motorists should watch for children walking on the road
– Enter and exit driveways and alleys carefully
– At twilight and later in the evening, watch for trick-or-treaters in dark clothing

World Trauma Day is a reminder of how everyone can play a role in making the world a safer place by helping to prevent accidents and injuries. Traumatic injuries are a leading cause of disability, ...and we can all make a difference in the lives of those affected by trauma. You can take First Aid or CPR courses, so you are prepared to help in an emergency.

American Ambulance team members showed their support for people in our community affected by breast cancer. Chandler Tittle, Paramedic, Tim Meredith, Paramedic, and Beth Phillips, EMT and Paramedic ...student at American Professional Educational Services, wear pink as a symbol of hope and empowerment. Proceeds from these pink shirts and employee donations will support local Breast Cancer Awareness organization's education and advocacy. Thank you!
#BreastCancerAwarenessMonth #CancerScreeningSavesLives

Law enforcement officers put their lives on the line every single day to keep our communities safe. Our prayers are with the family and friends of fallen officers Sergeant Dustin DeMonte and Officer ...Alex Hamzy. We continue to pray for the recovery of injured Officer Alec Iurato. Our hearts are with the Bristol Connecticut Police Department during this difficult time. We are forever grateful for the bravery of these officers in honoring their commitment to serve and protect, we will never forget your sacrifice. A “Bristol Police Heroes Fund” has been established through the Bristol Police Union at Thomaston Savings Bank. Donations will be accepted at all branches to support the families of these officers.
Bristol Connecticut Police Department

Questions? We would love to assist you in any way possible. Call us at 860.886.1463 or use the “Contact Us” form below. If you have an emergency, always remember to dial 911.


Proudly Serving Eastern Connecticut Since 1972

American Ambulance Service, Inc. covers the following Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Life Support (ALS) Primary Service Areas (PSA):


  • Griswold
  • Ledyard
  • Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation (Foxwoods Resort Casino)
  • Norwich

ALS PSA (full or partial ALS)

  • Bozrah
  • Canterbury
  • Colchester
  • Franklin
  • Griswold
  • Lebanon
  • Ledyard (partial)
  • Lisbon
  • Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation (Foxwoods Resort Casino)
  • North Stonington
  • Norwich
  • Plainfield
  • Preston
  • Salem
  • Sterling
  • Voluntown



Our service continues to find new and innovative ways to serve our community and patients. American Ambulance maintains rigorous standards of excellence, which are benchmarks not only at American but within the greater EMS community. Today, the American family has over 200 members.

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