Serving Indianapolis and Marion County since 1887 Wishard's Ambulance Service is one of the oldest hospital-based ambulance services in the nation. Its fleet of 22 paramedic ambulances respond to more than 60,000 calls each year. Wishard Medic Units are primarily numbered to correspond to the IFD Station in their response area. Several stations even house the Medic units in between runs.
Medic 20 is stationed at Community East Hospital
This rig was replaced by the first Chevy chassis ambulance in 2008.
Former Medic 21 - outside of Station 27 on the east side.
Medic 21 started out at station 21 but was relocated to old station 12 and renumbered as Medic 27
Medic 24 - Ford E-450 Type III/Excellance
Medic 24's crew makes a quick pit stop in front of their home at Station 24.
Former Reserve Medic 24 - Ford E-450 Type III/Excellance
If you check the ID number above the front wheel of this unit, you can see that this same rig was reassigned as Medic 13.
Squad 7 and Medic 13 (running in Reserve 24) on scene at at Circle Centre Mall, on a call for EMS
Assigned to the near east side, Medic 27 prepares to transport a patient near downtown Indianapolis.
Medic 29 responds to the University of Indianapolis call with University of Indianapolis Police
Medic 29 on scene for a sick person.
Medic 29 - 2008 Chevy/Excellance
Medic 31 outside Station 31 along North College Avenue
Medic 34 awaits the next call outside of former IFD Station 34.
Medic 51 - Ford E-450/Excellance
Medic 51 responds from it's home at Wishard Hospital, Medic 51 provided a base of medical operations at a
busy apartment fire in May of 2006. Medic 51 responds from Wishard Hospital
Medic 51 - Ford E-450/Excellance with wheelchair lift
Medic 51 provided a base of medical operations at a busy apartment fire in May of 2006.
Medic 71 - 2006 Ford E-450/Excellance
This rig is the first-due ALS ambulance responding from Decatur Township Station 71. This busy apparatus has a BLS
back-up operated by DTFD.