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Northwest Ambulance District is located in Geneva, Ohio.

Our staff is made up of 7 full time Paramedics and 36 auxiliary EMT's & paramedics.

Northwest Ambulance District provides advanced life support 911 services to Geneva City, Austinburg, Harpersfield, Trumbull & Geneva Townships.

The station is manned 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.








Residents of Geneva City and the townships of Geneva, Austinburg, Harpersfield, and Trumbull

We continue to take our leadership role in EMS very seriously. Everything we do challenges the status quo, we think and act differently; from how we stand up our infrastructure, to our approach to each ambulance response. Everything we think, say, and do, is in the best interest of the patient.

EMS is more than just ambulance service. It includes the Public Safety answering point, the dispatch center, EMT's and Paramedics from our auxiliary who respond first, the ambulance care and transport, our medical director, ER doctors and nurses, air medical, hospital receiving facilities, governmental and medical oversight.

In the near future Northwest Ambulance will provide more services in the home as Community Paramedicine becomes a reality in Ohio. Our program is in place and we will be ready to roll it out as soon as the Ohio Legislature makes it possible for us to do so.

Please take this time to renew your 2015 Northwest Ambulance District Annual Membership. It may be the most important thing you do should you or your family have a medical emergency.

I remain; very truly yours,

Vincent T. Gildone EMTP / CHSIV
Northwest Ambulance District


To all of our CPR Clients:

Due to the rising costs from American Heart Association, as of January 1, 2016, we will also be increasing the cost of our classes to $20.00. This is still considerably less amount that almost all other classes offered in the area. Payment will be accepted by online check, credit card or PayPal. Special arrangements may be made for cash payments but all attendees must be pre-paid.

As of October 1, 2015, the cost of a replacement card is now $10.00. We make no money on this as this is how much AHA now charges for a replacement.

Please follow the link to the right to sign your employees up for the appropriate classes. We apologize for any inconvenience this will cause. We will be here to assist you with any questions / concerns you may have.

Thank you in advance for your understanding.


Northwest Ambulance District CPR Instructors





Northwest Ambulance District paramedics and staff would like to remind you to get a flu shot. Everyone six months and older needs an annual flu shot.

In the United States, almost 50,000 people die annually from the flu or complications of the flu.

The flu, also called influenza, is caused by a virus that causes local epidemics as well as epidemics through the world. In the United States, the flu season typically begins in the fall.

The most common symptoms of the flu include:

Fever of around 101ºF to 102ºF

Sore throat



Muscle Aches

These symptoms can last anywhere from a few days to two weeks and sometimes longer.

When you have the flu your entire body feels sick.


Because influenza is a virus, antibiotics won't help. People who catch the flu should stay home, get plenty of rest, drink clear fluids like water or broth, and talk to their healthcare provider or pharmacist about over-the-counter medications that may help ease fever and muscle aches.

People in high risk groups including pregnant women, children younger than two years of age, seniors 65 years of age and older, or people with respiratory problems should seek immediate attention at the first sign of flu symptoms.

Influenza spreads easily especially if you spend time in crowded places such as work and school. The flu virus may be airborne from coughing and sneezing. The flu virus also spreads when hands are not kept clean and contaminated surfaces are touched. Cover your nose and mouth when coughing and sneezing and regularly wash your hands during the flu season.

The best way to prevent the flu is to get a flu shot every year. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend that everyone six months of age or older with rare exception get an annual flu vaccine.

Flu vaccines are usually available in the late summer or early fall. The peak of flu season usually comes in February or a little later so any time up to February the flu shot would still be effective. We encourage you to get the flu shot as soon as the vaccine is available each year. Flu shots are offered throughout our County if you need a location and can't find one, contact your local health department.


Vincent T. Gildone, NAD Administrator






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