Riverside, CA- April 29, 2011–Mission Ambulance will be working with Lamb Energy in Riverside to develop a renewable energy solution for their future corporate headquarters and training center in the City of Riverside. The move to Riverside is contingent upon a city ambulance franchise permit. Mission is currently awaiting approval from the City of Riverside for an ambulance franchise permit allowing them to serve the City of Riverside.

“We have partnered with Lamb Energy in Riverside to provide us with a turnkey renewable energy solution, one that will help us reduce our carbon footprint supporting the City’s Clean and Green Action Plan,” said Tom Clowdus, Vice President of Mission Ambulance. “If we are granted our ambulance franchise permit to do business in Riverside, we need to do our part to support Riverside’s plan as a responsible corporate citizen and ambulance company.”  Matt Shea, Lamb Energy’s Vice President of Business Development, commented, “We are proud to be assisting Mission Ambulance with their efforts to ensure that their new headquarters in Riverside is a green facility.  With Riverside being the State’s first Emerald City, I hope that other businesses in our City will follow Mission’s lead.”

Mission Ambulance has applied for a ambulance franchise in the City of Riverside. Mission is working to expand the level of service and choices for the community.  Currently the city has only one ambulance provider. Additional choices allows for better service and more timely response in scheduling the needs of the community and its citizens.

Mission Ambulance has served the county of Riverside for over a decade and is the fastest-growing medical transportation provider in the region. Providing facilities and patients with the ideal level of care with unmatched courtesy, compassion and commitment.