Centre LifeLink EMS has been reaccredited for the sixth consecutive three-year term by the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services.
It was reaccredited for “its compliance with national standards of excellence and exemplifying the ‘gold standard’ of emergency medical care,” according to a press release.
Centre LifeLink is one of seven accredited ambulances in the commonwealth, the release said, and it’s in the top 1 percent of ambulances in the United States.
Accreditation “represents our commitment to our patients and our community,” Scott Rawson, executive director of Centre LifeLink, said in the release. “We continuously strive to do our best and our consistent accreditation status is another step toward excellence.”