The BC Ambulance is a Provincial service administered by the Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA).
The primary provincial ambulance stations serving Pitt Meadows are Station 257 located in Maple Ridge, Station 266 located in Walnut Grove, Langley and Station 263 in Coquitlam/Port Coquitlam.
Pitt Meadows receives Primary Care Paramedic (PCP) and Advanced Care Paramedic (ACP) response via local ground-based ambulances and Critical Care Paramedic (CCP) response via the medevac helicopter program
City Welcomes BC Emergency Health Services Paramedics
The City leased space to BC Emergency Health Services (BCEHS) in the fall of 2018 for an ambulance paramedic rest-andready location, ensuring a greater paramedic presence in Pitt Meadows over the five-year lease term. Located near City Hall, the site allows paramedics to charge ambulances at two power stations, rest between calls and conduct paperwork. As part of the tenant improvements, three parking stalls at the northwest corner of the Annex Building were modified to accommodate the power stations.
BC Health Guide Program
Reliable health information and advice you can trust. BC HealthGuide is a self-care program, available 24 hrs. every day, with the BC Health Handbook, BC NurseLine, BC HealthFiles and this web site to help you better understand and manage your health. BC HealthGuide brings a world of health information to you and your family.
Search & Rescue
Search and Rescue is a volunteer society, organized 25 years ago under the Provincial Emergency Program. It consists of approximately 30 men and women trained to respond to emergency situations such as missing persons, as well as to provide services in the event of a natural disaster. The call-out originates from the Ridge Meadows RCMP detachment or B.C. Ambulance via a pager system.