Over my 1 year span, I met some great people.
Alot of the time, the ambulances were in short supply of nessesary equipment, clean sheets for the stretchers, and lacked a concern for crew members.
Managment was very concerned for profit rather than the care of patients, or crew.
The pay was fair, but if you worked on cleaning the ambulances you were paid next to nothing.
AmbuTrans is not a career, its a short term stepping stone, good to get firmilar with the hosptials, and some lift experience, including driving an ambulance.
Over all I felt that I had a decent time there, but would not recommend this or any private ambulance service as a job for anyone. The conditions are not within the proper health standards and Labour codes are difficult to enforce there. There was a recently a union voted in (IAM) which have been making some major changes in house.