Professional Medical Transport (PMT), a subsidiary of Rural/Metro Corporation, provides a full range of medical transportation services from basic patient transport services to the most advanced emergency pre-hospital care.

PMT Ambulance and its sister companies employ more than 600 EMS professionals in Central Arizona and provide ambulance transportation services to more than 200,000 patients annually.  We proudly serve the 911 ambulance transportation needs for the cities of Scottsdale, Chandler, Tempe, Peoria, Paradise Valley and Guadalupe.

Our strength lies in our commitment and dedication to provide the highest levels of patient care and professionalism through the application of state-of-the-art technologies and our highly experienced team mPMT Ambulancesembers.

We provide both 911 emergency and non-emergency interfacility transportation services throughout the greater Phoenix metropolitan area. We provide a full range of medical transportation services for a variety of healthcare customers, including hospitals, physician practice groups, managed care companies, skilled nursing facilities, employers, and private individuals.

PMT's service policy outlines the values and principles held by the Company and its employees.  Our mission and priority is to deliver the best service for the best possible outcome.




MESA, Ariz. (Aug. 13, 2013) –The Rural/Metro Arizona family of companies, Rural/Metro Fire Department, Southwest Ambulance and PMT Ambulance were recently designated as Premier EMS Agencies by the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS).  Combined, these agencies serve more than 50 communities throughout the state of Arizona. 


“Our crews and management work hard to not only meet, but exceed clinical excellence standards set by both the state and our own medical directors,” said Vice President John P. Karolzak. “We are proud that all of our agencies and team members have reached the Premier EMS Agency level.”  The ADHS Premier EMS Agency Program is a quality improvement initiative for Arizona’s EMS agencies who are dedicated to improving the care they provide to their patients. Premier agencies have implemented quality assurance measures in four key areas:

  • Major Trauma
  • Acute Stroke
  • Myocardial infarction with ST segment elevation (STEMI)
  • Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest

In addition to adopting the initiatives in patient care in these four key areas, Rural/Metro Fire Department, Southwest Ambulance and PMT Ambulance submit critical data to help ADHS and EMS providers throughout Arizona use best practices and improve patient care and outcomes. Rural/Metro’s Arizona operations implemented Electronic Patient Care Reporting (ePCR) systems to easily submit patient data to the ADHS system. Likewise, Rural/Metro utilizes data submitted from other agencies to make quality improvement measures throughout their operations.