We strive to be the best clinicians we can be, with top of the line equipment for our technicians to handle even the most difficult of medical emergencies.
Patient care and community service are our priority.
Washington Area Ambulance District is governed by a 6 person Board of Directors who are elected by the public, and serves a 3 year term.
Chief: Christopher W. Clifton
Administrative Assistant: Barbara Adams
Training Coordinator: Shawn Mittler
15 Full-Time and more than 25 Part-Time Team Members.
Washington Area Ambulance District respects and loves the community we serve. Our Public Relations Team works hard to see that we are a part of our community whenever we can be.
You will see us out and about and prepared to lend a hand, and help to ensure your safety during many numerous events throughout the year.
If you or your organization would like to have an ambulance staged at a large event,
Please call us at (636) 239-6354,
or email us at: email@example.com
Washington Area Ambulance District Board of Directors hold regular meetings open to the public.
Regular meetings are held on the last Monday of every month beginning at 7:00 pm.
Meetings are normally located at:
515 Washington Ave.
Washington, MO 63090
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call or text: 988
Washington Area Ambulance District is committed to the wellbeing of our entire community.
The links and numbers above are just one way that we can reach out to anyone that may need help. The people and resources available to help area residents who suffer from mental health or substance use issues is greater than one might imagine.
Thank you for your service!
Our Veterans deserve the support and assistance they may need and there are many local resources available for them as well.
988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline
In July of 2022, 988 became the national three-digit phone number for all mental health, substance use, and suicide crises. 988 calls will be routed to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline centers in each state, transitioning from the current Lifeline number, 1-800-273-8255. 988 offers rapid access to behavioral health support through connection with trained crisis specialists. While 988 will be available nationally, it is up to each state to ensure crisis services are adequately funded and available to anyone, anywhere, anytime. Missouri's 988 Task Force is developing a 988 plan and exploring long-term funding options.
988 is opening the door to a robust crisis system that can de-escalate mental health crises and connect individuals to the most appropriate care. With 988 as the first component of our system, we hope to see:
When someone calls, chats, or texts 988, they can expect to be connected to a crisis specialist who is trained and prepared to deliver support to anyone experiencing a crisis. Because a crisis is defined by the person or family experiencing it, the crisis specialist will engage with the person to understand and address the person’s unique concerns and needs. The intervention may include assessment, stabilization, referral, and follow-up for individuals at high risk for suicide and/or poor mental health outcomes. If a higher level of care is needed, the crisis specialist will work with the caller and other supports to connect them to a mobile crisis response team to respond to the person in the community.
Anyone in need of crisis support for themselves or someone else should call 988 starting on July 16, 2022.
Crisis Intervention (CIT)
Area law enforcement officers and emergency medical services personnel are often trained in CIT or Crisis Intervention. Their are numerous area representatives that can assist those struggling with mental health crisis.
Always remember that in any emergency situation to call 911.
Washington Area Ambulance District has teamed with our partners at EMS Billing Management LLC to handle the ever changing landscape of medical billing and compliance.
Should you have any questions or concerns regarding an invoice for services, please reach out to our office or EMS Billing Management LLC.