That’s our motto.
At Professional, we’re more than a transportation service. We are a family committed to constantly being “more”‐ more empowered, more compassionate, and more committed to excellence.
Professional Ambulance is literally my family‐ I met my husband, Chris, working here. At our wedding last summer lots of my colleagues were there to celebrate with me. But they’re more than colleagues, they’re family too. I leave base every day feeling like I can go out and take care of my patients, some of whom I’ve really gotten close to over the years.
The patients. We’re encouraged to really engage with every patient‐ regardless of why we’re transporting them. And we’re expected to treat them like we’d want our family member to be treated.
There’s one patient, Anna, I’ve been transporting three times a week since the year I started here. She’s become like a second grandmother to me. I feel like I’m a part of her life and she’s a real part of mine.
Everyone here calls me “Doc.” I spend a lot of time reading EMS journals, learning about the cutting‐edge technologies being developed across the country. I like helping the new guys polish up their skills. This is my life’s work. I want to make it count.
I came to Professional completely new to EMS‐ I’ve only been an EMT for a year and a half. My entire career was in a completely different field. Coming here has been better than I expected. The Baginski’s took the time to show me the ropes of being a new EMT. Working here has been great for my home life too‐ Professional cares about my commitments to my family.
I’ve been selected for a company scholarship to EMT‐Cardiac school. Without ever asking, the Baginski’s offered to send me to school to advance my licensure. Working here means I get to grow as a professional but without having to sacrifice on my commitments to my family.