Elko County Ambulance Service has served the residents of Elko County as healthcare providers and patient advocates since the 1970's. Elko County Ambulance is a 24/7 ALS Certified Service with Dedicated Healthcare Providers that cover the vast reaches of Elko County.
We deliver high quality patient care; we will continuously improve the quality and efficacy of our care. We will be the foremost provider of out-of-hospital care in Northern Nevada and a model for rural Emergency Medical Services delivery. We will be leaders in our community and in the field of Emergency Medical Services. We will develop partnerships and people to make our organization stronger, community safer and citizens healthier. We will always act in a professional, courteous, and compassionate manner.
At 17,203 square miles, Elko County is the 2nd largest county in Nevada and the 4th largest in the United States (not counting the Alaska boroughs) and it is bordered by both Utah and Idaho. The county has an estimated population base of 51,216 which is up from the 48,818 people according to the 2010 census. The county has a large transient population as it is
the hub for the gold mines and other natural resources in the area. It also has a large ranching community being home to some of the largest ranches in the state.
Our Billing Offices are Located in the Fiscal Affairs Department of the Elko County Administration Building. The Fiscal Affairs Office is located on the first floor next to the room that Commissioner Meetings are held.
This office is responsible for Accepting Payments and handling Patient Records Requests.
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00AM-5:00PM
The Elko Station is the primary station and headquarters for Elko County Ambulance Service.
This station is staffed 24 hours per day by dedicated career and volunteer EMS Providers with two ambulances staffed at the paramedic level. This station responds to all EMS calls in the Elko, Spring Creek, and unincorporated areas of Elko County.
This station also provides Advanced Life Support intercept for other agencies such as Carlin, Wells, Tribal, and Mine Rescue. This station also controls our Major Emergency Response Vehicle (MERV-1), reserve ambulances, and Supervisors.
Elko County Ambulance finalized the last step in securing a station house on March 18 when the Elko County Commissioners unanimously approved a lease agreement, allowing the service to take possession of the former Spring Creek Association offices.
“We are working collaboratively with the SCA and Elko County to bring services to a delivery location from within Spring Creek,”
The Jackpot Station is a rural station servicing the Town of Jackpot and unincorporated areas of Elko County in the area of Jackpot.
This station is staffed by dedicated career and volunteer EMS Providers staffing at least one ambulance 24 hours per day. This Station is collocated with, and assisted by, the Jackpot Fire Department. This Station responds to EMS calls in the Jackpot area including a significant portion of Highway 93.