We're Celebrating 60 Years of Saving Lives!
The Great Ambulance Chase 5K Race


Cetronia Ambulance Corps is dediated to the ongoing education of its employees, volunteers, youth and neighbors who benefit directly from our programs.  Now in its 4th year, momentum for the "Great Ambulance Chase" continues to grow, along with the demand for community education programs.  In addition to utilizing "Andy the Ambulance" to teach the littlest members of our communities, we have seen an increased interest from various community and youth groups to learn life-saving skills such as CPR, AED, oxygen administration, basic and advanced first aid, as well as to become a certified Emergency Medical Responder (which can be obtained as erly as age 14).  Programs like these are essential to helping Cetronia continue their life-saving mission as a non-profit community based public health and safety partner that serves the needs of nearly a quarter million residents living and working in the Lehigh Valley.

Since 1955, Cetronia's committment to "Health on Wheels" has made the difference between life and death for countless families in our community.  Over the last year, Cetronia has experienced great growth in its effort to build the future of pre-hospital emergency care and education for the Lehigh Valley.  In order to fully meet the needs of our growing, we are expanding our education and outreach programs for both community groups and healthcare emergency/personnel.  Cetronia's new state-of-the-art education center is utilized to educate our community, train future EMS providers and help ensure that clinical excellence is maintained by providing ongoing education and training opportunities for current EMS personnel throughout the region.  All proceeds from the 4th Annual Great Ambulance Chase 5K Run and Walk will be used to support our education programs and for the technology and equipment utilized in our education center.