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Global Ambulance Services Industry

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NEW YORK, June 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Global Ambulance Services Industry

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This report analyzes the Global market for Ambulance Services in US$ Million. The US market is analyzed by the following segments: Emergency Services, and Non-Emergency Services. Annual forecasts are provided for the period 2006 through 2015. The report profiles 181 companies including Emergency Medical Services Corporation, American Medical Response, and Rural/Metro Corporation. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are mostly extracted from URL research and reported select online sources.

AMBULANCE SERVICES MCP-6103

A GLOBAL STRATEGIC BUSINESS REPORT

CONTENTS

I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS

Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1

Disclaimers I-2

Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-3

Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3

Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3

Ambulance Services: I-3

Emergency Services I-3

Non-Emergency Services I-3

II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. GLOBAL MARKET OVERVIEW II-1

Technology Advancements - A Growing Focus Area in the

Ambulance Industry II-1

Ambulance Industry Witnesses Diversified Offerings II-1

Factors Affecting Performance Levels And Growth II-2

Key Demand Drivers II-3

Challenges Faced II-3

High Risk Exposure Leads to High Accountability II-3

Dependence on EMS providers II-3

Reimbursement Issues II-3

Dependence over Existing Agreements II-4

2. AMBULANCE SERVICES - AN INSIGHT II-5

Ambulance Services - Definition II-5

Origin And History II-5

Classification Of Ambulances By Function II-6

Emergency Ambulance II-6

Patient Transport Ambulance II-6

Response Unit (RU) II-6

Charity Ambulance (CA) II-6

Classification Of Ambulances By Vehicle II-6

Van II-6

Bicycle II-6

SUV/Car II-7

All Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) II-7

Golf Cart II-7

Cart and Horse II-7

Helicopter II-7

Boat II-7

Aircraft II-7

Ship II-7

Construction And Design II-7

Equipment II-8

Ramp or Tail Lift II-8

Two-way Radio II-8

Evidence Gathering CCTV II-8

Mobile Data Terminal (MDT) II-8

Air Conditioning II-8

Trauma Lighting II-9

Data Recorders II-9

Intermediate Technology II-9

Marking And Appearance II-9

Passive Visual Warnings II-9

Active Visual Warnings II-10

Audible Warnings II-10

Service Providers II-10

Hospital Based Service II-10

Private Service II-10

Company Ambulance II-10

Government-funded Service II-11

Volunteer Services II-11

Police or Fire Linked Service II-11

Charity Ambulance II-11

Combined Emergency Service II-11

Operational Cost II-11

Hospital-Funded Service II-11

Private-Funded Service II-11

Charity-Funded Service II-11

Government-Funded Service II-11

Combined system II-12

Crew Members of An Ambulance II-12

First Responder II-12

Ambulance Driver II-12

Doctor II-12

Registered Nurse (RN) II-12

Paramedic II-12

Emergency Care Practitioner (ECP) II-12

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) II-12

Ambulance Care Assistant II-12

Military Application II-13

Air Ambulance Service (AAS) II-13

II-A. UNITED STATES - A REGIONAL PERSPECTIVE

Current & Future Analysis II-14

Table 1: US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis For

Ambulance Services By Segment - Emergency Services and

Non-emergency Services Markets Independently Analyzed with

Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2006 through

2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-14

Table 2: US 11-Year Perspective For Ambulance Services By

Service Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for

Emergency Services and Non-Emergency Services Markets for

2006, 2009 & 2015 II-15

Factors Affecting Ambulance Services Market II-15

Aging Population II-15

Growing Demand for Non-Emergency Ambulance Services II-15

Mergers and Acquisitions II-15

Increased Outsourcing II-15

Lack of Public Awareness - A Key Issue II-16

Industry Structure II-16

Competitive Environment II-16

Emergency Services II-17

Non-Emergency Services II-17

Competition for Contracts II-17

Operations with Advanced Fleet and Systems II-18

Reimbursement Scenario II-18

Prerequisites II-19

Operational Costs II-19

Standards and Regulations Governing Ambulance Services II-19

Employment Overview in the Ambulance Service Industry II-20

Table 3: Comparison of Employment Growth in Ambulance

Industry with National Employment Growth in the US

(1999-2009) II-20

Recent Developments in the US Ambulance Industry II-20

Stimulus Package to Fuel Growth II-20

Air Ambulance Helicopters to Equip TAWS Warning System II-21

Challenges in Rural Markets II-21

Strategic Corporate Developments II-22

BCAS to Deploy NICE Inform Solutions II-22

Crestline Starts Dealer Office in California II-22

TransCare Ambulance to Take Over Alamo Ambulance II-22

Alliance Mobile Health to Add DVDs and TVs in Ambulances II-23

Alberta Health Services Wins Contract for Dedicated

Ambulance Services in Lethbridge II-23

Premier Agents Group Collaborates with Global Rescue II-23

Road Rescue Unveils Patient-Focused Concept Ambulance II-23

EMSC Inks National Provider Agreement with UHS II-24

EMSC Acquires River Medical II-24

AMR Inks New Contract with Molina Healthcare II-25

Cataldo Ambulance Takes Over North Shore Ambulance Service II-25

AeroMed International and LifeGuard Alaska Merge to Form

LifeMed Alaska II-25

Angel MedFlight Worldwide Enters into Agreement with Blue

Cross Blue Shield Association II-25

Rural/Metro Receives Three-Year Contract Extension for

Ambulance Services in Knox County II-26

Angel MedFlight Introduces One Touch Promise Initiative II-26

Atlantic Ambulance Service Bags Contract for Emergency Services II-26

Northern Dutchess Paramedics and Alamo Ambulance Service

Declare Proposed Merger II-27

Two Virginia Beach Departments Collaborate to Launch Air

Ambulance Service II-27

American Medical Response Takes Over Lifeguard

Transportation Service II-27

EMSC Takes Over Medic West Ambulance and Abbott Ambulance II-27

Southland Health Services Takes Over Tri-County Ambulance II-28

Acadian Ambulance Service Acquires Lifeguard Ambulance Service II-28

Mohawk Council of Akwesasne and St. Regis Mohawk Tribe Sign

MoA for Ambulance Service II-28

Rural/Metro Signs Fresh Contract in Indiana for 911

Ambulance Services II-28

Bad Toys Holdings Renews Ambulance Service Contract in Kansas II-29

Clarey Capital Takes Over Health-Link Transportation II-29

Key Players II-29

Emergency Medical Services Corporation II-29

American Medical Response II-29

Rural/Metro Corporation II-30

II-B. REVIEW OF OTHER REGIONAL MARKETS

1. CANADA II-31

Market Analysis II-31

Strategic Corporate Developments II-31

Emergency Medical Services Takes Over Skyservice Air Ambulance II-31

2. JAPAN II-32

Market Analysis II-32

Growth in Number of Private Service Providers II-32

Facility Shuttle Services II-32

3. EUROPE II-33

Market Analysis II-33

Rapid Health Care Response Drives Ambulance Service Industry II-33

Growing Use of Technology II-33

Strategic Corporate Developments II-33

Key Players II-35

Falck (Denmark) II-35

4. UNITED KINGDOM II-36

Market Overview II-36

Strategic Corporate Developments II-36

Key Players II-39

London Ambulance Service NHS Trust II-39

5. ASIA-PACIFIC II-40

5a. AUSTRALIA II-40

Market Analysis II-40

Ambulance Industry - An Overview II-40

Table 4: Australia Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis

for Ambulance Services with Annual Sales Figures in US$

Million for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) II-40

Funding to Fuel Tasmania's Ambulance Service Industry II-40

Strategic Corporate Developments II-41

Key Players II-42

Ambulance Service of New South Wales II-42

Ambulance Victoria II-42

SA Ambulance Service, Inc. II-42

5b. INDIA II-43

Market Overview II-43

Infusion of Modern Technologies II-43

Air Ambulance Services Report Sharp Growth II-43

Challenges Faced II-44

Marine Services II-44

Major Players II-44

Strategic Corporate Developments II-45

5c. CHINA II-47

Battling All Odds II-47

5d. SINGAPORE II-48

5e. TAIWAN II-49

Ambulance Services to Utilize WiMAX II-49

III. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Total Companies Profiled: 181 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries - 184)

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Region/Country Players

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The United States 98

Canada 4

Europe 66

France 2

Germany 16

The United Kingdom 40

Rest of Europe 8

Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) 16

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