Indianapolis Ambulance Freqs Needed

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I am seeing a lot of ITS Ambulance and Midwest Ambulance in the area of St.Vincent Hospital on the Northwest Side of Indianapolis. Can anyone post the radio dispatch freqs both are using?. I checked the Marion County WIKI/Mariion County Database and no freqs are posted for ITS Ambulance or Midwest Ambulance.Any help woud be appreceited. Thank You For Your Help.
 

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For Midwest Ambulance try 155.340 and 155.400.

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Don't see a license for ITS. May be licensed under another name or they use one of the many private/LTR systems.

Private ambulance companies have been known to use "state-wide" systems such as American Electric Power or their state government system, to accommodate their wide-area coverage requirement.
 
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OHIO63, Thanks for the post.Those freqs have allready been checked. 155.340 is IHERN but as far as Midwest on 155.400 no radio traffic has been heard. I have checked all of the ambulance dispatch and have not heard either ITS or Midwest Ambulance.Could both of them be using UHF Trunking system?
 

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I saw another ITS Ambulance today on west 79Th Street west on Michigan Road.The Ambulance said on the side on the ALS unit the following ITS Emergency Medical Services.Any ideas?
 

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Do not forget to check the UHF LTR systems. JES & Sons, Emergency Radio Service and Cardinal Two Way Radio. I know Seals and Care use these systems.
 
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