MMT Ambulance Opens New Station in Menomonee Falls

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MMT Ambulance Opens New Station in Menomonee Falls
Menomonee Falls, WI – May 20, 2024 – MMT Ambulance (MMT), a leading partner for dedicated ambulance transportation solutions to leading health systems, is pleased to announce the opening of its newest station in Menomonee Falls, combining operations from other Milwaukee area locations here. This station is the company’s metro Milwaukee hub, operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with highly skilled personnel, including EMTs, Paramedics, Dispatchers, and administrative staff, to support the company’s local clients.
“Our new station features a 31,000 square-foot facility to house our local ambulance transportation programs and National Fleet Management headquarters. This larger space allows MMT to meet growing demands for ambulance services and increase the number of ambulances in the community, which enhances the level of service MMT provides to local hospitals. Our unique model with health systems improves access to ambulance transportation, allowing our hospital partners to focus on patient care,” said Ed Matteson, MMT President. “The new station allows us to attract talent as it provides a convenient location with a welcoming and safe environment for our team members. We remain committed to being the employer of choice for our team and are actively recruiting qualified EMS professionals,” shared Rob Senger, MMT Senior Regional Director.
MMT Ambulance (formerly Paratech) has been serving the Milwaukee area since 1973 and is recognized for its commitment to patient care, outstanding service quality, and cutting-edge technology capabilities.

About MMT Ambulance
For more than 35 years, MMT Ambulance has been putting Medicine in Motion by partnering with many premier health systems to provide patient ambulance transportation solutions. With operations across ten states, our customizable model addresses transport challenges and creates an environment prioritizing efficiency, reliability, and quality, allowing health systems to focus on patient care. For more information, please visit

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