Ada County Paramedics is putting measures in place to try and reduce the possible transmission of illness, including COVID-19. We appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding during this current situation. Thank You!
Currently, all 911-ambulance services are running normally.
Business & Billing Offices:
Due to the increase in community transmission of COVID-19, the Ada County Paramedics Administration Office is temporarily closed at this time. This includes the Billing Services Office and Logistics. To speak with a representative, please call 208-287-2950. We apologize for any inconvenience. Payments can also be placed in the Payment Drop Box or the US Mailbox at our main office building.
The Ada County Paramedics Billing Office is located at 370 N Benjamin Lane, Boise ID 83704.
For a general business question, please call 208-287-2962 and leave a voice message. Please be advised, voice messages will be answered in the order they are received and return responses will be delayed.
If you have a medical emergency – call 911.
We have temporarily suspended the following activities at all of our EMS stations in Ada County.
– Blood Pressure Checks
– Facility Tours
Paramedics/EMTs – Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE):
First responders in the area are putting precautionary measures in place on certain 911 calls. You may see first responders wearing things like facemasks, gowns, eye protection, and gloves on some 911 responses. This is a proactive approach to help keep responders and patients healthy and safe. Measures like these help to “flatten the curve” when it comes to the transmission of illness, including COVID-19. If you see first responders wearing things like these, please do not be alarmed.