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April 6, 2011

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Are you interested in selling your Ambulance or other Vehicle? We are constantly looking to purchase all types of used vehicles and we can offer you very reasonable prices. Please fill out the form after clicking here and one of our specialists will contact you shortly!


April 4, 2011

Why Buying From is the most cost-effective way to purchase an ambulance is the site that calls shots when it comes to purchasing cost-effective ambulances. When it comes to the purchase and sale of an emergency vehicle like the ambulance, experience matters the most. has the most experienced professionals and specialists in the business for over twenty years. The trained specialists are efficient enough to guide you through the whole process of procuring just what you need when you intend to purchase an ambulance. Moreover the Ambulance network or lives by the motto of sharing a warm and amiable relationship with all its customers. This makes it easier for customers to have their queries resolved and Ambunet to understand their needs better.

Established in the year 1994, Ambunet strives at offering the very best to its customer by understanding the various needs of an emergency vehicle. The different models that are offered by Ambunet are Lifeline, E-One, Marque, Miller Coach, Mobility Works, Road Rescue, Horton, Braun, AEV. Besides the conventional ambulances also provides ambulettes, wheel chair van, fire apparatus, rescue truck, and used ambulances. The clientele of is vast comprising of corporate buyers, volunteers, exporters and private transport people. The company has been dedicated whole heartedly to serving its customers.

Used vehicles are usually sold in the same way as it is and they are sold at the best prices possible. They are even adept at customised ambulances for you that can be built catering to your specific requirements. If you want to purchase ambulances with the most reasonable price offers then you should opt for

March 30, 2011

Who is Ambunet and what exactly do they do?

Ambulance Network, Inc. was established in 1994, and has since been dedicated to serving our customers. Our client base is large and we maintain a personal relationship and friendship with all.

These clients typically consist of volunteers, private transport services, exporters, and corporate buyers.

The Ambulance Network staff consists of trained specialists who are here to assist you with your emergency vehicle needs. We have representatives who have been in the business for 20+ years. The company’s cornerstone is to offer our customers great prices, great service, and to make your experience as pleasant as possible.

We offer the widest selection of Emergency vehicles and have many models such as Wheeled Coach, AEV, Lifeline, Medtec, Osage, Road Rescue, Horton, McCoy Miller, PL Custom, Braun, E-One, Miller Coach , Marque, National, Excellance, Vartanian, Mobility Works, and many more.

If you need new ambulance, used ambulance, fire apparatus, rescue truck, wheel chair van, shuttle bus, or ambulette – we invite you to Contact Uswith any request that you may have.

March 28, 2011

Boston Modifies Ambulance for Obese Patients

With Number of Obese Cases Increasing, Retrofitted Vehicle Can Transport Patients – and Spare Paramedics’ Backs

Boston’s ambulance service has modified one of its vehicles so it can handle the increasing number of obese patients that require transportation.

Officials say Boston Emergency Medical Services has to take anywhere from two to four patients weighing at least 450 pounds to area hospitals per week.

Capt. Jose Archila told The Boston Globe he’s seen patients as much as 700 pounds.

Experts say obese patients can put the health of paramedics in danger, who can injure their backs and necks lifting and moving the overweight.

Paramedic Russ Smith told the Globe he had displaced two vertebrae and strained his back muscles while transporting a woman who weighed at least 400 pounds.

The modified Boston ambulance that hits the streets later this month includes a hydraulic lift.

A stretcher that can bear the weight of 850 pounds, costing $8,000, is also included.

It cost about $12,000 to retrofit the vehicle.

March 21, 2011

The history of the ambulance and how its evolved

Like most things even the ambulance has had its roots embedded in the ancient times when carts were used to ferry patients along to the medicine man. We cannot think of the ambulance as anything but a modern emergency vehicle which is well equipped enough to save patient’s life.

However, the earliest of a record about transporting a patient by a hammock cart is in the Anglo Saxon era around 900 A.D. This means was strictly for patients afflicted with leprosy or the ones requiring psychiatric treatments. Even Muslim history has the record of mobile dispensaries in the time of Prophet Mohammed around the 7th century. These mobile dispensaries were used by soldiers in the army during the Muslim conquests.

Further the record of using ambulances near battlefields to treat wounded soldiers is found in the history of Spain. In the year 1487, ambulancias, the earliest of the ambulances was used to for the Spanish army which was usually treated well. The first major breakthrough in the history of ambulances came when the physician of Napolean Bonaparte, Dominique Jean Larrey designed ambulances out of two to four wheeler horse wagons that could pick up wounded soldiers from the battlefield and transport them to a safer place where they were treated.

In 1832 , during the time pf cholera in London transport carriages were first introduced. Later Jonathan Letterman and Joseph Barnes reworked the whole concept of ambulances and gave them the modern day look and design. Their original inspiration had been Larrey’s design.