Bell's Ambulance Service
Caring for the communities of Healdsburg, Windsor, Geyserville and surrounding areas for over sixty years.
Bell's Ambulance is honored to be featured in the most recent issue of The Siren Magazine. The Siren is the official publicaiton of the California Ambulance Association, a trade organization for emergency and non-emergency ambulance service providers started in 1948. Printed on a quarterly basis, The Siren features news and items of interest appealing to the Association's membership and elected officials.
Bell's Ambulance provides ambulance services to the communities of Healdsburg, Windsor, Geyserville and surrounding areas, covering more than 500 square miles. Through mutual aid agreements, Bell's Ambulance assists neighboring agencies in all of Sonoma and parts of Napa counties including the communities of: Larkfield/Wikiup, Santa Rosa, Forestville, Guerneville, Monte Rio, Cloverdale, and Knights Valley. Bell's Ambulance operates two 911 advanced life support (ALS) ambulances, stationed in Healdsburg and Windsor. Both ambulances are staffed 24 hours per day 7 days per week with advanced life support paramedics. Bell's also has reserve ambulances for special needs or requests.
Our company provides the most sophisticated equipment for our elite group of paramedics. Bell's has one of the most experienced work forces in all of California. Many of our part-time employees have specialized skills and work as managers for other agencies, officers for fire departments and even police officers. Bell's Ambulance is very proud of our work force and our patient care oriented culture attracts the best personnel in this field.
Bell's Ambulance is committed to saving and improving lives. We work together with local healthcare and community organizations to ensure we provide the very best of care... from our family to yours, we're always here to help.
"Thank you, Bell Team for bringing me back to life."
On 10/20/17 the staff of Bell Healdsburg Windsor Ambulance Services saved my life. The last thing I remembered from that morning was feeling like I had the worst case of the flu. I want back to bed, feeling a trickle of sweat rolling down the side of my face, and thinking "oh man this is not good!". I woke up, unexpectedly, inside the ambulance with a needle being put in my arm.
Unknown to me, I almost died and was a very unbecoming shade of purple. I had a heart attack that is called a Widow Maker.
My symptoms were: being a woman, over 50 and doing too much. Sound familiar?
Thank you, Bell Team for bringing me back to life. Apparently it wasn't my time to leave this earth yet.
- Lorene Romero
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