Proudly Serving Alburtis Borough, Lower Macungie Twsp, Lower Milford Twsp, Macungie Borough, and Upper Milford Twsp

Proudly Serving Alburtis Borough, Lower Macungie Twsp, Lower Milford Twsp, Macungie Borough, & Upper Milford Twsp

Committed to Caring
Since 1955

Macungie Ambulance Corps provides 24 hour, Basic & Advanced Life Support Coverage to the residents & visitors of our area.

Medical
Services

Macungie Ambulance Corps provides 24 hour, Basic & Advanced Life Support Coverage to the residents & visitors of our area. Learn about 'Standby Requests' & our other services by clicking below.
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Community Outreach
& Education

Macungie Ambulance Corps provides First Aid & CPR training, as well as support for Public Access Defibrillation Programs. To find out more, or to book a Station & Ambulance Tour, click below.
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Special Operations
Fire Rehab

Our Incident Support Units provide logistical support for area Firefighters, Police, and EMS units in Lehigh, Northampton, Berks, Bucks and Montgomery Counties as part of the Lehigh County Joint Rehab Task Force.
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Medical
Services

Macungie Ambulance Corps provides 24 hour, Basic & Advanced Life Support Coverage to the residents & visitors of our area. Learn more about our other services by clicking below.
Learn more

Community Outreach
& Education

Macungie Ambulance Corps provides First Aid & CPR training, as well as support for Public Access Defibrillation Programs. To find out more, or to book a Station & Ambulance Tour, click below.
Learn more

Special Operations
Fire Rehab

Our Incident Support Units provide logistical support for area Firefighters, Police, and EMS units in Lehigh, Northampton, Berks, Bucks and Montgomery Counties as part of the Lehigh County Joint Rehab Task Force.
Learn more

Standby
Requests

Ambulance for events and standby for emergencies. The ambulance is dedicated to your event for the pre-determined, contracted amount of time.
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Started by volunteers in 1955

In 1955 several community members recognized the need for an ambulance service in Macungie and the surrounding area. In that first year, members created a schedule of what they called “sleeping” teams and responded to 50 calls for service in a 1948 Packard. In the decades that followed, countless individuals would volunteer their time to serve others as members of the Macungie Ambulance Corps.