Tag Archives | Symons Ambulance


Baby born on the way to hospital

A couple from Independence knew it was time for their baby to arrive. They got in the car and headed to Northern Inyo Hospital, but the baby decided not to wait. The couple reached Big Pine, and it was time to call an ambulance. The Dad-to-be called 9-1-1. Bishop Police dispatched Symons Ambulance and Big […]

Continue Reading · 5

Symons Ambulance speaks to Bishop officials, agreement near

  After months of no communication and $13,000 due to the City of Bishop for dispatch service, Judd Symons of Symons Ambulance finally sat down with City officials, who were pleased to report than an agreement is very near and that ambulance service and dispatching will continue uninterrupted.  A press release issued by the City […]

Continue Reading · 3

Bishop Mayor: “Too many unknowns”

Bishop Mayor Jim Ellis worked as a dispatcher for six years in the Bishop Police Department. So, he knows the value of that service, but he also knows that Symons Ambulance signed a contract for police dispatching and has the responsibility to pay for it and deal with it. The Bishop City Council gave Symons […]

Continue Reading · 4

Dispatching ambulance calls on the line

A few years back, Judd Symon of Symon’s Ambulance let County and City officials know that constant cuts in government reimbursements would cause him to eliminate an ambulance. Now, the Bishop Police Department says Symons has failed to pay for dispatch services. The City Council will consider what to do. An agenda item from City […]

Continue Reading · 2