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Published on May 13, 2010
The Denver Health Paramedic Division, part of the Denver Health public safety net system and the Rocky Mountain Regional Trauma Center, provides 911 ambulance service to the City and County of Denver and to Glendale. All Paramedics are state certified, and trained in advance life support and advanced emergency medical and cardiac care.
At peak times there are 14 Advanced Life Support (ALS) and 6 Basic Life Support (BLS) ambulances serving the city. Each of these ambulances has a 10-hour day shift and a 10-hour night shift, with the shifts staggered throughout the day to provide continuous 24-hour coverage.