Halton’s Paramedics are highly skilled medical professionals with an unmatched dedication to serving the community and saving lives. They work 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to provide life-saving emergency care to residents in Burlington, Halton Hills, Milton and Oakville.
Halton has more than 250 paramedics and 45 emergency vehicles, operating out of 15 ambulance stations located across the community. Every year, Halton Paramedics respond to more than 50,000 calls and transport nearly 30,000 people.
Paramedics treat patients on the scene and life-saving treatment continues on the way to the hospital. Their training, medical expertise and collaboration with hospital emergency rooms ensure that those in life-threatening situations receive the best possible care.
Halton Paramedics are dispatched by the Mississauga Central Ambulance Communications Centre, which uses the Medical Priority Dispatch System to prioritize calls based on the medical situation. If you call 911 with a life-threatening medical emergency, you will receive help first and as fast as possible.