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We Transport for life
We are Mile High Ambulance


Welcome to MileHighAmbulance.com. We’re here to serve your Medical Transportation, Emergent and Non-Emergent, EMS and Paramedic needs. Our fleet of well-maintained vehicles will get you to your destination safely and on time.
Our professional crew is trained to protect your life and we have a great history of trusted transportation trips.
We are local- serving most cities and counties in Colorado.

Ambulance Services

We take great pride in our fleet of well-maintained ambulance vehicles. You will you be transported quickly and safely.

Wheelchair Services

Our fleet of wheelchair accessible vehicles is unmatched. See for yourself how easy we make it to get to appointments on time.

Special Event Services

Event standby is our specialty. We provide piece of mind by remaining on-hand incase of emergency at your special event.

Our service area includes the counties of: Adams (Arvada, Aurora, Brighton, Commerce City, Federal Heights, Northglen, Strasburg, Thornton, and Westminster), Arapahoe (Centennial, Cherry Hills Village, Englewood, Glendale, Greenwood Village, Littleton, and Sheridan), Boulder (Lafayette, Longmont, and Louisville), Denver (Bowmar, Broomfield, Denver, Federal Heights, Lowry, and Stapleton), Douglas (Castle Pines North, and Lone Tree), Elbert (Agate, Elizabeth, Fondis, Kiowa, Matheson, Ponderosa Park, and Simla), Larimer County (Boulder, Fort Collins, Greeley, Loveland, and Longmont,) and Jefferson (Arvada, Edgewater, Golden, Lakewood, Westminster, and Wheat Ridge).

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Customer Testimonials

  • "I wanted to thank you once again for going above and beyond and making sure the patient was picked up at the requested time. You showed me there are still good companies out there that are willing and able to be flexible enough to put the patients’ needs first and that is an extremely rare quality in this day and age."

    T&T Per Go
  • "Mile high is one of best ambulance company I have ever used thanks guys 👍"

    Mike Tessarelo
  • "The ride was comfortable, on time, safe, and Calley D. was friendly "

    Patty Johnson
  • "Just a note to let you know that my daughter works at St. Paul Care Center as a diet tec, and she has wonderful things to say about your crews that transport patients to and from her facility. She has told me that they “are the best” and treat the patients so well. I just thought you might like to know.  I am at Porter and have talked to a number of your EMTs and paramedics, they are very personable and professional; so I agree with her! Thank you!"

    Mary Clancy Meyers Centura Health

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