Acadian Monitoring Services Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Acadian Ambulance is an employee-owner private ambulance service that covers most of the state of Louisiana, a large portion of Texas, and one county in Mississippi and Tennessee. In 1995 it was recognized as the largest privately owned ambulance service in the United States. Today the company responds to emergency and non-emergency calls in Louisiana, Southeast, Central, and North Texas Jackson County, Mississippi and Memphis, Tennessee. Headquartered in Lafayette, Louisiana, Acadian Ambulance maintains a fleet of more than 400 ground ambulances, as well as eight medical transport helicopters and five fixed-wing aircraft that provide aerial transport to medical facilities.
In an anonymous interview with a brokenhearted client, she said " We're having false alarms with LifeStation and false alarms with my mom so decided to switch to Acadian. Well, it's gotten worse. In a little over a week she's had over 10 false alarms, sometimes the unit goes off when she sits up on the couch! Sometimes it goes off when she's asleep not even wearing the pendent (huh? Was the same with LifeStation). Called them up about it and they said it's just that the pendant is sensitive and that's all there is. If she wants a non-fall sensor they can send that out to her after paying twice the price of the pendant."
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