Bureau of Emergency Medical Services & Trauma System

Certificate of Necessity (CON) Holders

To operate an ambulance service and ambulances in Arizona, an application must be filed with the Department of Health Services, Bureau of Emergency Medical Services & Trauma System, and a Certificate of Necessity (CON) granted by the Director. Listed below are links to descriptions of each CON Holder's boundaries and their response times.

Southeastern Region Holders

CON # Holder's Name
101 Ajo Ambulance, Inc. Certificate, Map
134 Arivaca Fire District Certificate, Map
120 Arizona Ambulance Transport Certificate, Map
5 Avra Valley Fire District Certificate, Map 1, Map 2
100 Bisbee Fire Department Certificate, Map 1, Map 2
32 Douglas Ambulance Service Certificate, Map 1, Map 2
11 Drexel Heights Fire Department Certificate, Map
17 Elfrida Ambulance Service Certificate, Map
18 Fry Fire District Certificate, Map
56 Golder Ranch Fire District Certificate, Map 1, Map 2
84 Greenlee County Ambulance Service Certificate, Map
103 Healthcare Innovations, Inc. Certificate, Map
23 Kearny Ambulance Service Certificate, Map
54 Kord's Southwest Certificate, Map 1, Map 2
30 Nogales Ambulance Service Certificate, Map
52 Picture Rocks Fire Department Certificate, Map
92 Rincon Valley Fire District Certificate, Map
20 Rio Rico Fire District Certificate, Map
55 Rural/Metro Corporation (Pima) Certificate, Map
87 Rural/Metro Corp. (Pinal) dba Tri City Med Certificate, Map
107 San Manuel Fire Department Association Certificate, Map
24 Sierra Vista Fire Department Certificate, Map
132 Sonoita-Elgin Ambulance Certificate, Map
63 Southwest Ambulance of Safford Certificate, Map
33 Sunsites-Pearce Fire District Ambulance Svc. Certificate, Map
122 Three Points Fire District Certificate, Map
6 Tubac Fire District Ambulance Service Certificate, Map
108 Tucson Fire Department Certificate, Map
119 Whetstone Fire District Ambulance Service Certificate, Map

Note: Information provided in PDF files, unless otherwise indicated.