The Warsaw Lincoln Ambulance District
The Warsaw Lincoln Ambulance District, formed in 1974, responds to the emergency medical needs of citizens in the Warsaw and Lincoln school districts. The district covers approximately 700 square miles in Benton County and portions of St. Clair and Henry counties, and operates three advanced life support ambulances, 24/7, with two units in Warsaw and one in Lincoln. It recently expanded in Warsaw with a new 13,000-square-foot office and crew quarters including a 2,500-square-foot training facility. In the near future the district will offer Emergency Medical Technician classes building to a Paramedic program.