Incorporated in 1963, Granby Ambulance Association (GAA) relies primarily on donations and insurance payments to offer comprehensive services to the towns of East Granby, East Hartland and Granby.
Granby Ambulance Association opens its doors as an emergency medical services provider.
GAA responds to 286 calls a year across East Granby, East Hartland and Granby
The new facility on Pegville Road in Granby opens its doors.
GAA becomes a paramedic ALS service provider.
GAA renovates the service barn on Pegville Road into a full-service facility.
East Granby Ambulance Association merges with GAA.
Thanks to GAA’s ALS and CPR training, the town of Granby receives designation as a heart-safe community.
GAA celebrates 55 years of service.
GAA receives recognition from the American Heart Association for meeting the latest research-based standards for resuscitation care with a Mission Lifeline Award.
GAA begins a grass roots movement to offer Stop the Bleed® training to residents and businesses.
With assistance from the Lions Club in Simsbury, GAA trains nearly 100 people in life-saving CPR.
GAA receives recognition from the American Heart Association for meeting the latest research-based standards for resuscitation care with a Mission Lifeline Award, for the second year in a row.