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5 days ago

Dispatcher - MedicWest Ambulance, Fulltime & Parttime

American Medical Response North Las Vegas, NV

• Monitor and manage performance of system EMDs • Maintain relationships and act as company liaison to local 911 centers. • Provide… CareerBuilder


1 day ago

EMT Basic ~ Part and Full Time Positions – new

American Ambulance Service, Inc. Norwich, CT

American Ambulance Service, Inc. was established June 24, 1972 by founder Ron Aliano. It was Ron's intent to provide the highest quality EMS care and… American Ambulance Service, Inc.


30+ days ago

Full Time EMT

American Medical Response Evansville, IN +2 locations

• Maintains thorough familiarity with treatment protocols, response requirements and quality assurance procedures in system in which assigned… CareerBuilder


2 days ago

EMT-B Special Events Part time only – new

American Medical Response Arlington, TX

• Maintains thorough familiarity with treatment protocols, response requirements and quality assurance procedures in system in which assigned… CareerBuilder


2 days ago

AMR On-Guard EMT (Seasonal) – new

American Medical Response Lake Worth, FL

• Maintains thorough familiarity with treatment protocols, response requirements and quality assurance procedures in system in which assigned… CareerBuilder


2 days ago

Visalia (Tulare) - PT Paramedic – new

American Medical Response Visalia, CA

• Assess each call situation to determine best course of action and appropriate protocol. • Utilize medical equipment and procedures including… CareerBuilder


2 days ago

Clinical Administrative Assistant – new

American Medical Response Las Vegas, NV

• Facilitate enrollment for all classes for internal employees for both AMR and MedicWest Ambulance. • Assists with online class registration for… CareerBuilder


28 days ago

Materials Mgmt. Associate (VST)

American Medical Response Colorado Springs, CO

• Delivering of medical supplies and equipment. • Performs minor building maintenance and repairs. • Washing and cleans vehicles… CareerBuilder


2 days ago

Austin, TX - Transport Coordinator - full time – new

American Medical Response Austin, TX

The Transport Coordinator is responsible for receiving and scheduling requests for emergency and nonemergency ambulance transportation from various… CareerBuilder


2 days ago

Victorville: FT Critical Care Transport Nurse – new

American Medical Response Victorville, CA

The Critical Care Transport Nurse performs basic life support, advance life support and critical care nursing. The CCT Transport Nurse provides… CareerBuilder


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American Medical Response President Edward “Ted” Van Horne
Edward “Ted” Van Horne
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    Not the best, not the worst.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at American Medical Response full-time for more than 8 years

    Pros

    I gained a tremendous amount of experience working here. Overall, I felt like I was a valued employee.

    Cons

    I did feel like my division took advantage of the fact that I was a hard worker. By this I mean, I was continually given more work to do while others, in the same rank and pay grade, were not expected to do as much. In management, nights and weekends are well within work expectation boundaries. Work-life balance is discussed but I never saw follow through from the local division. Expectations were sometimes unclear or never communicated. Compensation outside of divisional upper management was adequate. Upper management compensation was very inconsistent and did not necessarily match the position, experience, or employee value. There was a significant divide between the corporate office and the division operations. Expectations from corporate were often unrealistic and inflexible.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Transparency is vital. Develop clear expectations that are appropriately communicated and do not frequently change. Compensate appropriately across the board. Employees talk and I believe that most know what others are making. The corporate office needs to develop better relations with the division operations. Open communication should happen both ways.

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