Trust Our Seal of Excellence
Founded in Fortville, Indiana by Ronald and Darlene Seals.
Company purchased by the Seals’ son, Randy and his wife, Marie.
Seals Ambulance becomes a member of the Priority Ambulance family of companies.
City of Greenwood selects Seals Ambulance for all 911 calls within Greenwood’s fire protection district.
St. Vincent Health selects Seals Ambulance to provide services to St. Vincent Fishers Hospital, St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital and St. Vincent Mercy Hospital.
Seals Ambulance has more than 300 EMTs, paramedics, dispatchers & support staff serving more than 50,000 patients each year with 50 ambulances and emergency vehicles.
Seals Ambulance provides emergency and nonemergency transport services to communities throughout Central Indiana, including the greater Indianapolis area, as well as Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Madison, Bartholomew, Jennings, Johnson, Shelby, Tipton and Washington counties. Seals is the exclusive provider for emergency 911 transports in Tipton County and portions of Johnson County.
Trust built with communities, medical facility partners, patients and employees is at the heart of our company. We build that trust by infusing into every aspect our core values of S.A.F.E – Safe. Accountable. Friendly. Efficient. When we deliver on our core values, our customers experience the key attributes of service and quality care that present as our employees being professional, courteous and on-time. The consistent delivery of this service over time builds the trust of our community members and customers that is essential to our success as a member of the Priority Ambulance family of companies.
Meet the Priority Ambulance Family of Companies
Priority Ambulance is a dynamic, rapidly growing company with current operations in 13 states. The company has been listed for four consecutive years on the Inc. Magazine’s list of the 5000 Fastest-Growing Companies in America. More than half of the company’s 610,000 annual patient transports are in response to a public call to 9-1-1, while the balance of our transports originate through requests from health care facilities. Throughout its national service area, approximately 4,100 highly trained paramedics and EMTs staff a fleet of 830 state-of-the-art ambulances and support vehicles with the latest medical equipment and technology.
The Priority Ambulance family of companies has served and built trust in their communities for decades. We believe in the importance of preserving our companies’ legacies and cultures by keeping the leadership, company names and brands in place when they join our family. Each local operation is autonomous in its decision-making and is supported with additional capital, resources and expertise from the national leadership team, as well as its sister companies.