Ambulance Services in Kenya – Call 112/999
AAR Rescue Services
5th floor, Williamson House,
4th Ngong Avenue, off Ngong Road
Tel: +254 725 225 225, +254 734 225 225
We offer ambulance services packages that meet the needs of our clients 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Our emergency rescue service consists of state of the art equipment and vehicles, staffed by highly trained, dedicated, patient-focused personnel.
We are one of the leading providers of safe and professional aero-medical transportation. We provide medical evacuations for patients in serious medical conditions using both air and ground ambulances.
Avenue Rescue Services
Ojijo Road, Parklands
next to Mobil Petrol Station, opposite Parklands Sports Club
Tel: +254 203741593, 203749501, 725222777, 733611630
Avenue Rescue Services offers Ambulance & Medical Taxi Services, event cover services including stand by ambulances, EMT’s and First Aid tents, CPR and First Aid training to Companies and the general public.
Fully owned by the Kenya Red Cross Society, for provision of advanced Pre-hospital emergency medical services.
Call for an ambulance anytime anywhere in Kenya. Our professionally trained paramedics are ready to help in case of an emergency. We respond fast providing aid in major emergencies, disasters, fires and road traffic accidents.
Although the Kenya Wildlife Service Airwing Unit was established primarily to provide air support services to wildlife management, their services include mountain rescue and emergency evacuations as well.
St John is a primary source of information and resources for preparing for and responding to all emergencies. We provide first aid supplies, emergency response, emergency preparedness, 24hr ambulance services, trauma support and counselling, and training.
Tropic Air Kenya
Tel: +254 (0)715 018740/722 207300/734 333044
Tropic Air has extensive experience in supporting and conducting medical evacuations throughout Kenya; our helicopters are ideal for the more remote and inaccessible regions. For medical evacuations (casevac) off Mount Kenya, Tropic Air is the first port of call and together with the Kenya Wildlife Service, we have established six recovery locations accessible by helicopter.