Bartlesville Ambulance's Story

Our History

Bartlesville Ambulance Service, owned by Dan Dalton, has been serving Washington County since 1976. Our name has since become synonymous with speed, reliability, and compassionate inpatient care.

Bartlesville Ambulance Service began over 40 years ago when Dan Dalton purchased the service from Stumpff Funeral Home. It was common in the 1970s for funeral homes to provide this service. Dan took the first emergency medical technician class in Bartlesville in 1975. He passed the national registry exam for EMT-Paramedic in 1985, transitioning BAS to an advanced life support service. Washington County has been benefiting from our great service ever since.

Bartlesville Ambulance Service Today


We are a full advanced life support ambulance service that operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We have  fully-equipped ambulances that are ready for any type of emergency; everything from minor injuries to major trauma and cardiac arrests. We have some of the most advanced equipment available today. We employ both EMTs and Paramedics that are highly trained in advanced cardiac life support as well as advanced pediatric life support and prehospital advanced trauma life support. Our workforce of highly trained paramedics, utilizing state-of-the-art medical equipment and technology, is able to deliver the highest standard of quality care.

With our Primary Care Membership program, our service is made available annually to area residents for a fraction of the cost of a single ambulance ride. 

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