PRN Ambulance is about set to dispatch ambulances and crews from its newest station, located in the Orange County city of Stanton. This means PRN will have an operations center in the heart of a new county, with crews and ambulances transporting patients 24/7 in nearby communities such as Anaheim, Santa Ana, Irvine, and out to Huntington Beach.
The Stanton station is PRN’s sixth location alongside its North Hills headquarters, East Los Angeles, Glendale, Carson and Lancaster. The company will send crews and ambulances out of the station to healthcare facilities for the first time on Monday, May 2.
PRN will initially run BLS and CCT calls from Stanton, but will expand to offer a NICU transports from the location. The number of ambulances, EMTs, paramedics and RNs will soon increase to serve patients and hospitals in the region. The station features approximately 4,000 square feet of office space, ample outdoor parking in a gated lot, training and kitchenette areas, and more.
PRN is looking forward to getting started in a new county!