Founded in 1906, Brewster Ambulance is one of New England's oldest ambulance services. At its peak, Brewster had over 150 vehicles and more than 500 people on its team in nine locations servicing major hospitals and communities from Boston to Cape Cod, translating to 75 percent of the Boston market and over 200,000 transports a year.

Under the new Brewster family leadership of Mark Brewster and brother George Jr., the Brewster family reputation for quality customer service and excellence in clinical and emergency medical transport service is once again getting attention. 

“Every person working for the organization is considered a part of the Brewster family. I think companies nowadays have gotten away from that. Everybody’s just a number and there’s just no personal touch with the team. The company is only going to be as successful as what your team makes you. Our team—our EMTs, our paramedics, our management staff—is the reason we’ve been so successful because they take great pride in what they do. They make it easy because of the great service they provide to the communities every day.”
—Mark Brewster, CEO Brewster Ambulance Service

Distinct from other ambulance companies in Massachusetts, Brewster is privately owned and operated. Brewster has no outside investors, is internally funded, financially stable and owns the majority of all company assets. Our leadership creates a sustainable financial strategy so we may continue to be a reliable service provider that builds long-term relationships with our clients.

George Brewster, Mark and George Jr. Brewster's great-grandfather, in the dispatch center, circa 1925

George Brewster, Mark and George Jr. Brewster's great-grandfather, in the dispatch center, circa 1925