While BC Ambulance Service (BCAS) is best known for providing expert pre-hospital care and being the first on scene when a medical emergency strikes, there is much more to our Service than the ambulances you see in your communities.
With our dedicated Bike Squads who respond to your needs during public events, our highly-specialized Critical Care and Infant Transport Teams, and our Patient Transfer Services, BCAS is fully equipped to provide a wide range of medical services; ensuring that you have access to the right resources, delivered by the right provider at the right time.
Read about BCAS emergency response and learn more about the services provided when you call 9-1-1 and when you should use this valuable resource.
Meet the highly-specialized BCAS Critical Care Transport Program and learn more about the services they provide.
Find out how your calls are handled in our Provincial and Regional Dispatch/Communications Centres.
Meet the team responsible for ensuring that paramedics are prepared to respond to and recover from major emergencies.
Learn about BCAS’s relationship with first responding organizations, such as fire departments, and the role this partnership plays in delivering patient care.
Learn more about the BCAS Ground Ambulance fleet, deployment information, and statistics.
Learn more about the BCAS Infant Transport Team, one of only two paramedic units of its kind in the world.
Find out how these non-acute calls are managed and learn more about BCAS’s partnership with Health Authorities.
Meet the team that helps ensure you have access to timely and high quality care during major public events.