MRTSA - Medical Emergency Information
Scheduled Ambulance Service: 412-343-7889
Finance, Subscription, and Ambulance Billing: 412-650-9034
Community Education Class and Program Information: 412-343-5111
Community Event and Standby Requests: 412-343-5111
Ambulance service is provided by the Medical Rescue Team South Authority (MRTSA). A member of the Authority since 1993, MRTSA also serves the neighboring communities of Greentree, Castle Shannon, Dormont, Baldwin Township, and Mt. Lebanon.
MRTSA serves approximately 74,000 residents in these 6 communities, which covers approximately 14.38 square miles.
Headquartered at 315 Cypress Way in Mt. Lebanon, the authority also operates out of several locations within participating municipalities. The MRTSA Whitehall Station is location at 4480 Clairton Blvd, next to the Whitehall Fire Company.
A 12-member Board of Directors, made up of two elected officials from each municipality, oversees MRTSA operations.
Chief Todd Pritchard handles the day-to-day operations.
For more information about MRTSA and it's schedules of educational programs visit their website: www.mrtsa.com
Medical Rescue Team South Authority provides health care to patients and transportation to and from providers of medical services.
As a part of the health care delivery system, we believe that our services help maintain a healthy and productive society.
For this reason we place great emphasis on the compassion and skill of our trained staff, seeking ways to share our professionalism with the community at large.
We commit to the continuous improvement of our preventive and dynamic health care services in ways that will contribute to a “seamless” transition of our patients through the continuum of care.
We will also continue to seek ways to insure that we meet the challenges of an ever-changing health care delivery system, however that system may develop.
MRTSA offers various Community Education programs including: CPR, First Aid, AED, car seat installation, and concussion baseline testing.
For more information please call: 412-343-5111 x 800
or visit: www.mrtsa.com/education
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald launched an on-line Special Needs Registry that allows residents with physical, mental health and intellectual disabilities to provide information to the Department of Emergency Services.
The voluntary information may then be shared with those responding to a home for a police, fire, or medical emergency.
The registry may be found on the county's website at: www.alleghenycounty.us/specialneedsregistry