We value providing consistently outstanding healthcare to the communities we serve. Because we are community-centered and customer-focused, we are proud to offer services beyond emergency medical services and transportation.
You may see us at community events, cruising the river, or holding special events like Child Safety Seat Inspections or CPR training! Check out the community services we offer.
Community ServicesAMT actively participates in many community programs as a part of fulfilling its mission, including:
Providing individuals opportunities for a better life
Heart of Illinois 2-1-1 Community Resource
Every day, individuals go without essential services while help is readily available. Advanced Medical Transport and the United Way have joined efforts to accomplish one mission: every individual in the heart of Illinois will have access to information that can help them lead healthier, more secure and more productive lives. 2-1-1 is an easy-to-remember telephone number that directs the public to the right resources. 2-1-1 connects agencies to the community and provides individuals opportunities for a better life.
Dialing 2-1-1 connects callers to the following services:
Food, shelter, clothing and utility assistance
Physical and mental health services
Childcare and after-school program
Serving Peoria, Tazewell, Woodford, Marshall, Stark and Putnam Counties.
2-1-1 offers free and confidential information and referral.
Click here to be directed to the 2-1-1 Service online:
At Advanced Medical Transport, we believe our commitment to save lives goes beyond the task at hand. To truly bring our mission to life, we are constantly developing programs to positively impact the quality of life in the communities we serve. Our CardioReviver Grant Program is designed exactly for that purpose. To date, we have donated 750 AED’s and trained over 38,000 users.
Saving lives with
Hands Only Bystander CPR Education
To save more lives in central Illinois, an innovative new program has been set in motion. The objective is to markedly improve emergency care and patient outcomes by bringing together an entire community as a team of qualified lifesavers. It only takes a few moments to learn Bystander Hands Only CPR, and a person in sudden cardiac arrest is three times more likely to survive if they receive it. AMT is training thousands of people to save lives with this simple skill.