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Our Management
Chief Robert Clay Jr, EMT 

Obtained degrees in both Healthcare Management and Business Management. He is also certified as a healthcare financial professional. Throughout his fifteen years of dedicated medical service, Robert has climbed through the ranks from per diem EMT to CEO and Chief, spending time as an LNA, ER Tech, and ICU Tech. Robert’s dedication to healthcare provision and business makes him a great part of the leadership team at WWAS.

Assistant Chief Dan Medaglia, EMT 
Bio coming soon.
Administrative Assistant, Beth Macdonald
Bio coming soon.

Our Practice


Warren-Wentworth Ambulance Service is a private, non-profit ambulance service that provides emergency medical and trauma services for six towns as well as transfer services for hospitals and nursing homes in the surrounding area. We are also a member of the Lakes Region Mutual Fire Aid Association and participate in mutual aid calls with many regional departments, providing Paramedic-level intercepts as needed. To better serve our communities we are now staffed 24 hrs a day 365 days a year. 


Members of the WWAS offer a variety of community services such as CPR classes, educational opportunities for school children, senior citizen outreach, and other educational programs. Several members of our staff have received awards from the New Hampshire Bureau of EMS including the "David Dow Memorial EMS Provider of the Year," the "Connor Honor- Life Time Achievement Award," and the "EMS Educator of the Year Award." We are able to provide outstanding emergency medical services in part because of generous support of our fundraising efforts. 

If you would like to make a tax deductible donation to help support Warren-Wentworth Ambulance Service. Please donate through Amazon Smile, directly with a credit/debit card or contact us! We appreciate your help and generosity!

Latest WWAS News:


The Flu VS Colds

Oct 18th, 2018


Flu season is starting to begin. The most effective way to prevent the flu is by getting the flu vaccine and washing your hands regularly! Washing your hands alone lowers your risk of getting the flu, colds, and other respiratory diseases by 16-21% (CDC). Contact us and we will help direct you to the nearest location to get your flu shot! Click on the image below to discover Flu Vs Cold symptoms! You can Click Here to get more information on the Flu and click on the image below for a better view.














New Roof!

Sept 15, 2018


WWAS is proud to announce that we will be replacing our roof in October! It is that time where buildings need to be maintained and our roof was overdue! Thanks to the Towns of Warren and Wentworth, along with all of our donors and supporters we were able to replace the roof! Keep an eye out in the next couple weeks for a brand new look!














Our Board of Directors

Andy Achilles

Jonathan Ballam

Tish Chance

Lynn Clogston

Jeanne Erickson

Steven Erickson

Amanda Forbes

To contact board members please email our administrative assistant, Beth Macdonald at

Our Team

Andrew Howe

Zina Schmidt

Remy Daigler

Steve Metheney

Peter Hicks

Joshua Fitz

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