East Boise County Ambulance District will enhance the quality of life in the communities it serves by providing the highest quality of pre-hospital care, transportation, rescue and extrication for the sick and injured, thus improving medical outcomes. This mission will be accomplished through the cooperation and collaboration of individual providers, their units, the EBCAD Medical Director, the EBCAD Operating Board, the EBCAD Director of Operations and the EBCAD Governing Board in an environment that focuses on the safety and professional competency of all members in pursuit of efficient utilization of available resources.
We are a volunteer group that works to provide you the best emergency medical services in East Boise County. We were established as an ambulance taxing district on November 2nd, 1987. At that time, four individual organizations joined together under one organization now known as the East Boise County Ambulance District.
EBCAD is tasked by our county commissioners with providing quality emergency medical services in the eastern part of Boise County. EBCAD currently operates four ambulances: Unit 12 in Lowman, Unit 13 in Placerville, Unit 14 in Idaho City and Unit 15 Mores Creek . The EBCAD operational area roughly extends from the Lucky Peak Reservoir high bridge to the south, then along the Boise front to Harris Creek, Placerville, and Adler Creek to the west, A portion of Hwy 17, to Hwy 21 through Lowman to the county line to the north and then south again following the county line back to the high bridge at Lucky Peak Reservoir.
EBCAD currently operates out of four different stations to assist in providing prompt ambulance services throughout our operating area. Unit 12 is based in Lowman, Unit 13 is based in Placerville, Unit 14 is based out of Idaho City and Unit 15 is based in Wilderness Ranch.
We provide emergency medical services at the EMT Basic level. All of our EMT's are trained and certified to the Department of Transportation Standards in conjunction with the National Registry of EMT basic requirements and the State of Idaho Standard Operation Protocols.
Our website is currently under construction with the intent of bringing you important information about your ambulance service.
In the meantime you can reach us at 208-392-6644 and by fax at 208-392-6644. We are looking forward to hearing from you. You can also contact us at our e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.