Emergency Services

Clarence Community Ambulance Service, 1202 Lombard St, Clarence, IA 52216

EMS Director: Brittany Rogers

The Clarence Community Ambulance Service is the primary provider for emergency medical and trauma services for the Cities of Clarence, Lowden, Massillon and the surrounding rural areas. The Paramedic level service is staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days per year, by volunteers made up of Paramedics, RNs, AEMTs, EMTs, EMRs, and Drivers. The department was created in 1976 to provide the citizens in the area a reliable and quality service for emergency pre-hospital care. At that time the service used a second-hand hearse for transporting patients. Today we use state-of-the-art life saving equipment and vehicles. The Clarence Community Ambulance averages between 220-260 emergency responses per year, and achieved Paramedic Level Service as of December 2021.

If you are interested in applying to serve on the Clarence Ambulance or have a question please contact the department at 563-452-4440.

Our courageous volunteers:

  • Molly Hansen
  • Justin Ploog
  • Elaine Sheber
  • Kelli Robinson
  • Marcia Syring
  • Russell Brand
  • John Cole
  • Jeff Meier
  • Kelly Kunkel
  • Kim Pierce
  • Ryan Pierce
  • Greg Pierce
  • Michelle Ecker
  • Bob Kunkel
  • Jordyn Frommelt
  • Nick Frommelt
  • Bob Knight
  • Eric Hansen

Our Board of Directors:

  • President: Francis Fisher
  • Treasurer & Secretary: Kelli Robinson
  • City Rep: Wanda Anderson
  • Vice President, Rural Rep. North of Hwy 30: Mark Horman
  • EMT Rep: Kelli Robinson, Russel Brand