Professional Ambulance has a strong conscience. Our team is made up of folks from all walks of life. What ties us all together is our shared goal of being a friendly face to our community’s most vulnerable residents. Learn more about our core values, and our teammates who exemplify them below.
New to EMS? That won’t be a problem – Professional Ambulance now allows certain staff to work in an ambulance even without anEMT License. Working alongside EMTs and Paramedics you’ll earn valuable experience and be offered an opportunity to enroll in EMT Class at no cost to you!
After working for three months as an Ambulance Transportation Specialist you’ve got the experience and commitment needed to really enter EMS. Staff who have worked at Professional for three months will be offered an opportunity earn national licensure and begin along the EMS pathway at no cost.
For those that have never worked in healthcare and for those who have not yet obtained their EMT License.
– Eligible applicants may have no experience in healthcare but want to work as an EMT, “try out” the healthcare field, or plan to obtain their EMT license in the future.
– Work as an “EMT-Apprentice”, partnering with experienced EMTs to transport patients during non-emergent situations.
– Gain valuable experience as an EMT “Apprentice” to develop and refine EMS skills prior to licensure.
– Complete your new-employee orientation while finishing your EMT Program, setting you up for senior pay on day one!
Professional Ambulance believes in investing in the people who invest in us. Dedicated employees all have the opportunity to further their careers by enrolling in an EMT-Advanced course at no cost. What are you waiting for?!
Professional Ambulance is always seeking candidates to staff our 24/4 communications center. Work in a fast-paced setting communicating with referral sources, directing ambulance operations, and integrating healthcare administration. Come see what its like behind the scenes!
Working here is the real deal. Over the course of an 8 hour shift, I might see ten patients. Professional demands that I do my absolute best for my patients every day some days that might just be a smile for someone going through chemo. Other days, it might be treating someone mid heart attack.
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.
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.