City of Walla Walla

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The Walla Walla Fire Department maintains six Advanced Life Support (ALS) ambulances. The ambulances are staffed with a minimum of one Paramedic and one EMT. Three ALS ambulances are staffed for immediate response at all times. Ambulance equipment includes:

  • 2 - Type I, Ford F-450/ Braun Northwest
  • 3 - Type III, Ford E-350/Braun Northwest
  • 1 - Type III, Ford E-350/Lifeline

The Walla Walla Fire Department is a Washington State Verified ALS trauma service. Ambulances are equipped with the most advanced ALS pre-hospital equipment available, including:

  • EKG/12 LEAD with pacing capabilities
  • Pulse-oximetry and capnography capabilities
  • Over 20 medications, including medications for pain control, rapid sequence intubation, and acute cardiac care
  • Invasive airway equipment.


Population Served 59,059
Area Covered (Miles) 1,270
EMS Responses 5,289
Number of Transports 3,287
Paramedic Personnel 28
EMT Personnel 16
Billing Personnel 3


The Walla Walla Fire Department initiated ambulance transport services in 1969 and ALS services in 1973, making it the third oldest ALS service in the state of Washington. Currently, nearly half of the department members are Paramedics, with most of the remainder of the department members as certified Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT).

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City of Walla Walla, 15 North 3rd Avenue, Walla Walla, WA 99362
Business Hours:  8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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