Baldwin EMS began providing ambulance service on November 17, 1979 to the residents of Baldwin Borough. Over 40 years later we have expanded our Community Based EMS services to the communities of Pleasant Hills, West Mifflin, Whitaker, Brentwood, and West Homestead. We cover approximately 26.5 square miles, with a population of over 75,000 residents. We answer approximately 12,000, 911 calls, annually. Our fleet is composed of (9) Advanced Life Support ambulances, (1) Rescue truck, and (6) support vehicles. We have two Stations that service our communities. Our main station is located in Baldwin at 1 Readshaw Way, Pittsburgh, PA 15236. Station 2 is located in West Mifflin at 1020 Lebanon Road, West Mifflin, PA 15122. Baldwin EMS employees a staff of
Over 40 dedicated personnel.
We provide medically directed services to Baldwin, Pleasant Hills, West Mifflin, Whitaker, Brentwood, and West Homestead Boroughs as well as a multitude of other services to our communities.