Superior Ambulance Earns "Best Ambulance Service" Honors
Superior Ambulance of Indiana has been named “Best Ambulance Service” in The Times 2021 Best of the Region awards.
“We are honored and proud to serve the people of Indiana,” said Sherry Sink, Superior Ambulance EMT-B, and Indiana Regional sales manager.
“During the COVID emergency, our vaccination teams have been out working to vaccinate our Homebound Hoosiers. Our hardworking dedicated staff of professional EMTs and paramedics have worked tirelessly through the pandemic to assure emergency care is provided when needed.”
The Homebound Hoosiers program was designed to get homebound Indiana residents the COVID-19 vaccine. The program is a cooperation with both local health departments and EMS agencies. Superior Ambulance serves as the lead agency for Lake County.
The program has been a hit with both the newly vaccinated, as well as Superior Ambulance employees.
“It’s a very warm feeling, knowing we’re giving them help,” Superior Ambulance paramedic Alicia Begeske told The Times. “People said it’s nice to know they can get the vaccine.”
NWI.com readers cast nearly a half-million votes for this year’s “Best of the Region” awards, selecting Superior Ambulance as the Best Medical Transportation/Ambulance Service.
Superior Ambulance of Indiana began providing EMS to residents in 2000. We’ve expanded operations to include 10 station locations in Northeast Indiana, offering BLS, ALS, and CCT transportation services, as well as air medical transportation, organ procurement services, and EMT classes.