Huron Valley Ambulance opens permanent station in New Boston

A Huron Valley Ambulance unit is parked in the newly renovated station on July 17. (Photos courtesy of Huron Valley Ambulance)

By Scott Bolthouse | The Huron Hub
Posted Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Huron Township has contracted its ambulance services with Huron Valley Ambulance since 2015.

On July 17, the company opened a permanent ambulance station in downtown New Boston.

The newly renovated station will house paramedics during their shifts and will allow for increased support in the community.

“The opening of the New Boston station will greatly benefit our township residents. The addition of this location will greatly assist our public safety team to deliver timely service to those in need,” said David Glaab, township supervisor.

The new station, which was recently used for DPW storage, underwent extensive interior and exterior renovations.

Huron Township Supervisor David Glaab and Huron Valley Ambulance COO Dirk Borton cut the ribbon on the new Huron Township ambulance station.

“The renovations upgraded a downtown building, providing living quarters for paramedics and improving the overall aesthetics of the surrounding neighborhood,” said HVA Regional Vice President Andy Savage.

“We are excited to renew, our commitment to the residents of Huron Township with this new ambulance station.”

Based in Ann Arbor, Huron Valley Ambulance is a nationally accredited, nonprofit community ambulance service coveringWashtenaw, Wayne, and Oakland counties. Huron Valley Ambulance is a member of Emergent Health Partners.