Horton Emergency Vehicles leads the world in quality, innovative ambulances and rescue vehicles.
Since 1968, Horton has pushed the limits of technology, innovation and quality in every aspect of ambulance manufacturing from all-aluminum cabinets to multiplex electrical systems. And no one in the industry can match Horton's commitment to safety and crash testing.
CCT | 173" Length Ambulance For the critical care or neonatal transport requirement, Horton Emergency Vehicles offers a full line of highly sophisticated custom-designed specialty vehicles. Whether you need to transport premature twins in isolettes or an adult patient on a balloon pump, Horton will help you design and execute a reliable, user-friendly vehicle that will best suit your needs. Available on a variety of chassis, the Critical Care Transport Series features accommodations for hydraulic isolette lifts, auxiliary generators, blanket and IV warmers, Global Positioning Systems, refrigeration for critical temperatu Read More
Medium Duty - Ambulance Maximum payload, rugged durability, spacious work areas and ample storage - Hortons Emergency Vehicles Medium Duty Series has it all. Every Horton vehicle includes the most advanced biohazard controls, safety features, reliability systems, acoustic and thermal standards. Read More
The Concept 3 - Ambulance The Concept 3 and Concept 3s by Horton Emergency Vehicles provide a unique opportunity for the buyer to select a well-equipped, ready-for-delivery vehicle at a very attractive price point. Read More
Type I - Ambulance The Horton Emergency Vehicles Type I ambulance has always been the workhorse of the ambulance world, especially when the call is for four-wheel drive. Read More
Type III - Ambulance The Horton Emergency Vehicles Type III Series offers the most advanced biohazard controls, safety features, reliability systems, acoustic and thermal standards on the gasoline E-Series or diesel Chevrolet G-Series. Read More
If you see Medicare patients, your practice will be reimbursed differently. The new policy goes into effect on January 1, 2017. Elation has dug deep into the details of the new Medicare rules, known as MACRA, and how it might affect your business. Read on to find out all you need to know.
Tackling administrative challenges in healthcare enterprises often means big resource commitments that take years to pay off. But on-call scheduling technology can reverse that equation, delivering impressive ROI from a relatively modest investment of time and money.
Insights from over 1,000 patients reveal that even though patients are taking an increasingly active role in managing their healthcare, they still rely on an existing provider to select a specialist for them.