Bella Vista Ambulance Services

Bella Vista Ambulance Services was a non-profit corporation that provided Emergency Medical Services in Bella Vista, Arkansas from 1977 to 2010. It had a 1,000-square-foot (100 m2) office located at 652 Lancashire Blvd., Bella Vista. In 2004, the Bella Vista Fire Department received 1,403 medical calls. As of 2010 the Bella Vista Ambulance Services were turned completely over to the control of the Bella Vista Fire Department.

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