QUINCY, MA - - Fallon Ambulance Service (www.fallonambulance.com) -- a third-generation, family-owned, independent business that has served the emergency medical service needs of Greater Boston since 1923 -- is celebrating a 20-year partnership with Gillette Stadium and its predecessor, Foxboro Stadium, as the stadium’s provider of emergency medical services.
The 90-year old ambulance company provides one of the most valuable services with state-of-the-art medical response vehicles and highly-trained personnel to handle any emergency response needs, both on or off the field.
Fallon Ambulance Service is designated as the official emergency services provider for Gillette Stadium, the home of the New England Patriots, New England Revolution, and the University of Massachusetts Minutemen football. The Fallon EMTs and paramedics have been on site for most Gillette Stadium events, including every Patriots, Revolution and Minutemen home games, as well as international soccer matches, , the MIAA High School Super Bowls and every concert at the stadium, which in 2013 included Bon Jovi, Taylor Swift and Kenny Chesney.
“Fallon Ambulance has provided emergency medical service protection for every ticketed event at Gillette Stadium since its opening in 2002,” said Jim Nolan, Senior Vice President of Finance Administration and Operations for Gillette Stadium and the New England Patriots “We are proud to partner with Fallon. Their professionalism, skill and attention to detail gives us the confidence that we are providing the highest level of medical service to everyone who uses our venue.”
Peter Racicot, Senior Vice President at Fallon Ambulance, said, “As our company celebrates its 90th anniversary, we are also very proud of a second milestone – our 20th anniversary providing emergency medical service to the many stadium events in Foxborough. Gillette Stadium is a world class venue and it is a privilege to be their emergency medical services and ambulance provider. We are also very grateful for the opportunity to work with both the Foxborough Fire Department and the nurses and doctors of Brigham & Women’s to provide the best emergency medical care at Gillette Stadium.”
Fallon Ambulance Service traces its beginnings to 1923 when family member James R. Fallon, Sr., first established the company. To this day, Fallon Ambulance remains an independently-held, family-owned business. Mr. Fallon’s son, James R. (Ray) Fallon, Jr., served as President and owner from 1974 until his death in 2002. Today, Ray’s son, Timothy J. Fallon, serves as President and CEO. Tim’s step brothers, Peter Racicot, Senior Vice President and Normand Racicot, Vice President, also work to represent the third generation of this family business. Fallon Ambulance employs more than 700 personnel and operates more than 150 vehicles. Fallon Ambulance is the 9-1-1 provider for the municipalities of Milton, Quincy, Brookline, Weymouth, Braintree and Dedham and provides primary backup to Boston and Randolph. Fallon Ambulance Service additionally provides medical transportation for a number of area medical facilities, including nursing homes, hospitals and HMO’s throughout Greater Boston. In addition to its headquarters at 111-115 Brook Road, West Quincy, the company operates satellite offices throughout its coverage area. Fallon Ambulance Service has been recognized many times by various business and community organizations for its exceptional service. For additional information about Fallon Ambulance Services or programs that the company offers, contact Peter Racicot, Senior Vice President, at (617) 745-2117 or visit www.fallonambulance.com.