2400 Roosevelt Avenue
Based in Indianapolis, Seals Ambulance provides emergency and nonemergency transport services to multiple hospital and facility contracts in Central Indiana, as well as emergency 911 service for various regions throughout Indiana. Communities served by Seals Ambulance include: * Indianapolis Metro Area * Johnson County – Greenwood, Franklin * Hamilton County – Noblesville, Fishers, Carmel * Hancock County – Greenfield, Fortville, McCordsville * Madison County – Anderson, Elwood * Tipton County – Tipton Seals Ambulance is the exclusive ambulance provider for emergency 911 transports for Tipton and Hancock counties and portions of Johnson County. Seals Ambulance also provides coverage for special events of all sizes. We are the contracted provider for several venues, including: * The Indiana State Fairgrounds * Ruoff Music Center * Indiana Grand Racing and Casino * The Lawn at White Rive * The Old National Centre We were, founded in 1965 in Fortville, Indiana, by Ronald and Darlene Seals, was purchased by their son, Randal Seals, and his wife, Marie, in 1996. Over the past five decades, Seals Ambulance has expanded throughout Central Indiana providing trusted emergency and nonemergency medical transport. Seals Ambulance is the preferred provider for the Community Health Network, which includes six Community Hospitals and several Community Medical Centers throughout Indianapolis and Anderson. Seals Ambulance is now a member of the Priority Ambulance national family of companies, which operates in ten states and serves nearly 500,000 patients each year. Seals Ambulance strives to go above and beyond in serving, and this includes supporting local causes and events that matter to the community. Patient care is our priority, and we take pride in delivering the best care possible. Seals Ambulance vehicles are available around the clock, 365 days a year to ensure our patients and health care clients receive timely, top-quality service.