Serving Lower Merion, Narberth, Conshohocken and West Conshohocken


Narberth Ambulance is a combination of volunteer and career emergency personnel. Narberth Ambulance provides 911 emergency medical services to the township of Lower Merion and the Boroughs of Narberth, Conshohocken and West Conshohocken.



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Narberth Ambulance is comprised of over eighty members who volunteer their time and services to provide 9-1-1 emergency care to Lower Merion, Narberth, Conshohocken, and West Conshohocken. Of those members, 30 are state certified paramedics, and the remainder are state certified E.M.Ts.



Narberth Ambulance Preps and Delivers Turkey Dinners for Families in Need

(ARDMORE) PA) Narberth, PA…For most families on Thanksgiving, stuffing themselves with turkey and all the trimmings is an annual tradition. But for other families, there is little or no food to share around the table during the holiday.

According to current statistics, one out of every four people in the Greater Philadelphia area lives in poverty and is considered to be food insecure. Eager to support families in need within the communities it serves, Narberth Ambulance will be providing 50 complete turkeys and all the trimmings and desert to area families in need in our coverage area.

This is the fourth year that the non-profit pre-hospital care and medical transport organization has purchased and delivered turkey dinners to families in need in Lower Merion, Narberth, Conshohocken and West Conshohocken. The program is spearheaded by Marie Eckman, Lieutenant of Operations.

“Marie does a fabulous job organizing this event,” said Chris Flanagan, Chief of Operations. “She has identified and partnered with local organizations in each area served by Narberth Ambulance to ensure an equitable distribution of Thanksgiving meals.”

According to Eckman, the Monday and Tuesday before Thanksgiving will be a busy days, with one shift of volunteers devoting time to packing up turkey dinners on Monday, and another helping to load them into Narberth Ambulance’s vehicles for delivery on Tuesday. “The hecticness is all worth it,” says Eckman. “It’s an honor and a privilege to support the communities that have been so supportive of Narberth Ambulance.”


Narberth Ambulance is a nonprofit organization committed to providing high quality pre-hospital care and medical transportation to the 95,000 community members living in Lower Merion, Narberth, Conshohocken and West Conshohocken. Annually, Narberth Ambulance responds to 6,000 calls for emergency medical and advanced lifesaving support services. To learn more about Narberth Ambulance, visit

Editor’s Note: Members of the media are invited to attend both or either event at Narberth Ambulance (101 Sibley Avenue, Ardmore, PA).

Monday, Nov. 23 – starting at 10 am:  unloading groceries, packing up of turkey dinners.

Tues, Nov 24 – 5:45 pm- 6:30 pm – loading turkey dinners into Narberth Ambulance vehicles for delivery. For details, contact Leza Raffel at 215-884-6499. Post-event photos will be available to members of the media.


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Narberth Ambulance, serves its coverage area through the efforts of volunteer and career emergency personnel. 


Narberth Ambulance provides emergency medical services to Lower Merion, Narberth, Conshohocken and West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania.

In 2014 Narberth Ambulance was dispatched to over 6100, 9-1-1 calls within the Townships and Boroughs we serve. 


As a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization, Narberth Ambulance’s mission is to provide the highest quality pre-hospital emergency care and medical transportation for our communities.

Narberth Ambulance members serve the community 24/7/365. Narberth Ambulance receives a very small percentage of its annual operating budget from public sources. 


We rely on your on-going generous donations to our membership drive, contributions, grant/foundation awards and gifts-in-kind in order to sustain our operations.