Wabasha Volunteer Ambulance Service


Wabasha Ambulance Service

Your community Emergency Medical Service

Wabasha Ambulance Service provides 911 Emergency and Interfacility Emergency Medical Services. We are community based with a history dating back to the 1980s. We provide service to the cities of Wabasha and Kellogg and surrounding townships that cover 135 square miles. We serve approximately 8,000 residents and thousands of additional visitors throughout the year.

Our service is staffed by dedicated volunteers who provide over 17500 hours of coverage each year. We work closely with our partners including St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center, Wabasha Fire/Rescue, Wabasha Police Department, Kellogg First Responders, Kellogg Fire Department, and the Wabasha County Sherriff’s Department.

We respond to approximately 500 requests for service and transport over 400 patients each year.

The Wabasha Ambulance Service also provides Emergency Medical Education for both the public and professional rescuers. We offer a free “Hands Only CPR” course to the public. Additional classes are available for Adult, Child, and Infant CPR, First Aid, and Emergency Medical Technician recertification. Fees vary for certification courses. Please contact us for more information.

Please contact the  Ambulance Service at (651) 565-2633 for more information.

Ambulance Director
John R. Fox
Wabasha Ambulance Service
129 Hiawatha Drive, West
Wabasha, MN  55981
(651) 565-2633
[email protected]