History

The Louisiana Ambulance Alliance (the Alliance) was formed in 1995 by Emergency Medical Service (EMS) providers who deliver services to Louisiana’s citizens. The mission of the Alliance is to serve as a convening point for EMS providers with similar delivery issues, to provide education, to address policy issues impacting members and the citizens they serve, to provide networking opportunities, and to identify opportunities to work collectively and collaboratively for the benefit of EMS in Louisiana as well as the citizens served by these medical practitioners.

The Alliance is the lead organization for the advancement of the needs of its members in the emergency and non-emergency ambulance and medical transportation industry. 

We advocate for the highest quality patient care through ethical and sound business practices, advancing the interests of our members in important legislative, regulatory, educational and reimbursement issues.

In accomplishing this goal, the Alliance is dedicated to excellence in providing superior service to all facets of its membership and in developing positive relationships with other organizations associated with the medical transportation industry through prompt communications and effective educational programs. In carrying out this mission, the Alliance is committed to meet the needs of its members in the public, municipal, and private sector.