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If you have an emergency, we encourage you to always DIAL 911 for the most rapid and appropriate response. Our staff of medically trained associates provides a unique blend of professionalism and compassion when transporting your loved ones. Whatever the need may be our communication technicians are trained to guide a responding ambulance, schedule your appointment and provide expertise to help you determine which level of care is right for you. We are ready to serve you and your transportation needs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year.
To schedule a non-emergency medical transport call: 610-395-6833
For emergencies ALWAYS DIAL 9-1-1
As our communities have grown, so has Cetronia Ambulance Corps. In 2014, we recieved more than 50,000 calls for service, participated in over 250 stand-by's special events and educational programs, covered an emergency service area that spans across 150 square miles, touching more than 226,000 people and a non-emergency service area that encompasses seven counties.
The size and capacity of our organization allow us to provide a quick and effective response to the large geographic area that Cetronia is entrusted to serve. With our large and well-equipped fleet of vehicles, Cetronia can meet the diverse needs of our community. From a cardiac arrest to a scheduled wheelchair transport, Cetronia Ambulance Corps provides Health on Wheels. Cetronia's fully equipped, 40 vehicle fleet consists of :
Cetronia Ambulance Corps is the designated provider of emergency (911) medical services to the townships of South Whitehall, Whitehall, Upper Macungie, Weisenberg, Lynn and Coplay Borough. In addition, Cetronia is the designated primary provider of emergency (911) medical services to portions of Salisbury and Lowhill Townships. Cetronia Ambulance Corps is the primary 911 mutual aid and supporting backup service for all of its surrounding townships and municipalities including the City of Allentown.
If you live elsewhere in the Lehigh Valley, Cetronia Ambulance Corps is likely not your primary emergency provider. Please check with your municipal leaders or Cetronia Ambulance Corps if you are not sure who provides your 911 service. Cetronia Ambulance Corps non-emergency transportation division provides service throughout the Greater Lehigh Valley, as well as Berks, Bucks, Carbon, Monroe, and Schuylkill counties.