Butte County EMS Ground Ambulance
& Membership Program
Advanced Life Support ambulance
Serving residents of Butte County 24 hours a day
Butte County EMS proudly provides advanced life support pre-hospital care and transportation to the community. Butte County EMS is a joint venture between Enloe Medical Center's Emergency Services and First Responder Emergency Medical Services, Inc. Our ambulance fleet includes a bariatric ambulance outfitted with special equipment to provide comfort to patients. If you are having an emergency, dial 911.
Butte County EMS is part of the medical center's STEMI Program. Twelve-lead electrocardiogram (ECG/EKG) machines installed in the ambulances allow paramedics to record electrical activity of the heart, then transmit that information directly to emergency department physicians so that they can prepare personnel and equipment in advance. Enloe Ambulance also continues to provide service to residents of Glenn and Colusa Counties 24 hours a day.
Butte County EMS Membership Program
Butte County EMS Membership Program offers savings for those concerned about the cost of ambulance service. This prepaid specialized health care plan provides medically necessary ground ambulance transportation at no cost or reduced cost when provided by Butte County EMS, Willows Ambulance or Colusa Ambulance.
ENROLLMENT IS EASY
Butte County EMS Ground Ambulance Membership Application
Applications can be mailed with check payable to:
Butte County EMS Ground Ambulance Membership
1531 Esplanade, Chico, CA 95926
For more information, call 530.332.6774.
Enloe Medical Center and Butte County EMS offer a combined membership to the ground and flight ambulance programs for $130 annually for either an individual or family plan. Find out more about the FlightCare Membership Program.
Video: Butte County EMS and the region we serve
Enloe's Long Standing History of Ambulance Service
Enloe’s ambulance service dates back to 1901
when Enloe’s founder, Dr. Newton Thomas
Enloe, created a flume log ambulance at his first hospital in West Branch, Calif. The ambulance made a 35-mile trip through mountains and canyons. Then in 1972, Enloe initiated the first EMT-1 program in the Chico area, in cooperation with Butte College, providing basic life support training for ambulance drivers and firefighters. In 1978 Enloe began its own ambulance