Century Ambulance Service is the premier medical transport provider in North Florida, delivering unparalleled patient care and customer service throughout the region. Our focus on compassionate, specialized care enables us to find the appropriate solution no matter the circumstances, and we take pride in our personal approach to healthcare.
Operating out of 11 strategically located stations, Century partners with top hospitals and healthcare systems to extend the highest quality care from the facility to the ambulance via elite professionals and the latest mobile technology. Century’s dynamic team ensures each patient and hospital benefits from its professionalism as well as its reliable service.
Century Ambulance crews race to emergencies across Columbia County daily, saving cardiac arrest victims, applying splints to broken bones, and safely leading the community through natural disasters. Early in 2018, however, one Century crew’s remarkable [...]
The Century Ambulance crew of Melissa Webb and Jared Worley recently completed a safe and efficient emergency stroke alert transfer to help save the life of an elderly patient. The Jacksonville crew did a tremendous [...]
An emergency medical services contingent from Florida consisting of professionals from Century Ambulance and Bradford County EMS as well as students from Florida Gateway College's Paramedic Program traveled to Baltimore this month for two days [...]
Century Ambulance has three open houses scheduled for prospective EMTs and paramedics in April, each of which features on-the-spot interviews and an inside look at what Century has to offer. If you're pursuing a career [...]
Century Ambulance paid a visit to Bartram Springs Elementary School in Jacksonville last week for Careers on Wheels, an event which provided kindergartners and first graders an inside look at the professionals who spend their [...]
Hello Team, I appreciate the candor, conversation and insight at the recent Company Buzz meetings. I honestly wish I could spend more time with everyone and that more people would attend. Much of the discussion revolved [...]