The courageous men and women of PACE are professionals who work 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year providing expert, compassionate emergency medical care to our community. They dedicate their professional lives and expertise to responding to neighbors, visitors and businesses in need—often in dangerous and frightening situations.
At a time when emergency medical services in rural communities throughout Maine are struggling, PACE remains a steady and capable presence. At a moment’s notice, the men and women of PACE can mobilize to deliver critical health care support where ever it’s needed.
PACE provides courageous emergency care in homes, alongside roadways – wherever there is need: in sub-zero temperatures, snow storms, summer heat and all conditions in between. Expert crews respond to emergencies wherever they occur to triage, stabilize and bring patients requiring emergency care to the appropriate hospital.
PACE: 2021 By the Numbers
181 community intercepts (services provided by a PACE paramedic to a patient being transported by another ambulance service)
Norway, Paris, West Paris, Woodstock, Otisfield, South Paris, Newry, Oxford, Greenwood, Hebron, Harrison, Bethel, Waterford, Portland, Buckfield, Stoneham, Lewiston, Brunswick, Milton Twp, Sumner, Albany Township, Bridgton, Rumford, Andover, Conway, Gilead, Hartford, Lovell, Mason Township, Minot, North Conway, Peru, Poland, Roxbury