Paramedic (Former Employee) – Grand Rapids, MI – August 30, 2015
This company is a great start as a paramedic. They care about quality and advancement is encouraged. However, in saying that, there is a "certain" type of person they are looking for. Single with kids is not encouraged. Busy system, if this is what you like. You get a lot of experience in a short time.
They are the highest paid paramedic on this side of the state
Great place to work with exceptional and caring coworkers.
Emergency Medical Technician (Former Employee) – Grand Rapids, MI – August 24, 2015
There's a new GM in place. He started strong but hasn't made good on the key things employees wanted to see put in place. Granted EMS is a numbers driven industry but manpower was always an issue. Too many dropped shifts, making those who did show up to work, work entirely too hard.
Emergency Medical Technician (Former Employee) – Rancho Cucamonga, CA – August 21, 2015
This is a great place to be if you're looking for emergency service experience. If you're looking to be a paramedic, this is a great place to be, solely due to the fact that you are working with paramedics who allow to pick their brains for further information. Co-workers can range from poor to excellent, if you do not have a set partner you may get along with most and not with others, this is just a personal preference. I enjoyed working here, but would prefer working 24s over their 12 hour or 8 hour cars. Don't come in thinking you will be getting off on time either, you will usually be held over, and that is just the nature of the job.
Working with Paramedics, overtime, and benefits.
No 24s (at least in the Rancho/Redlands division), pay.
Providing customer service with BLS and ALS skills
Paramedic (Current Employee) – Palm Springs, CA – August 15, 2015
An amazing division with helpful and supportive management, as well as knowledgeable coworkers. By far the smallest division, but covers the most ground. An extreme amount of diversity in culture, patients, and calls.
Icd 9 coder (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – August 14, 2015
code PCR reports, collections, training,. I learned how to become extremely thorough with researching specific things. my cowokers were extremely busy. We all were. Hardest part misinformed insurance adjusters. Best part getting back pay and bonuses
Horrible pay, all company decisions are based on profit only.
Employee (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – July 25, 2015
Yay let's get paid half of a burger-flipper to save lives and constantly worry about job security and how the company will scrape the bottom of the barrel for vehicles and maintenance.
The personnel were amazing at this company and management legitimately tries to make the best of what they have, but their hands are tied from corporate. In fact, the only issues that this company has is based from the regional level and higher (i.e. compensation, vehicles, maintenance, supplies, municipality contractual requirements, etc.)
Communications Training Officer (Current Employee) – Modesto, CA – July 22, 2015
This position teaches the utmost highest skill training in multitasking, patience, and commitment. My coworkers are extremely supportive with one another and team work is priority. The most difficult part of the job are the long hours and lack of family time due to the high call volume. What I love most about this job is helping people in their most stressful times of their lives.
Productive work day, with serval exceptional Co-workers.
Vehicle Service technician (Current Employee) – Burlingame, CA – June 2, 2015
A day at AMR involves cleaning and restocking Ambulances. I have learned the behind the scene work that needs to be done. to make sure the public receives the correct medical treatment. My co-workers are a plus to a day at work and the management is nothing less than that too. There is nothing at my job that isn't manageable, which makes it enjoyable.
Great if you are fresh out of school and have no experience.
Paramedic (Former Employee) – Evansville Indiana – May 29, 2015
If you need call volume because you are new to EMS, great place to start. Bad place if you are older and not looking to be ran into the ground daily. Can run anywhere between 5-22 calls per truck during 12 hour shift with no relief.
12 hour shifts with the chance to go on long distance transfers.
Extremely high call volume. Sometimes unable to stock your truck, never off on time and sometimes forced to work over with no notice.
Paramedic (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – May 28, 2015
With AMR you get a chance to learn the career you have chosen or if you have been the career field a while you can brush up on some skills you haven't used in a while.If your willing to learn they will teach you, if your a paramedic than you have the option to move up to a higher advanced level of paramedic with a critical care paramedic training.
Cash Posting Technical Coordinator / Team Lead (Former Employee) – Modesto, CA – May 28, 2015
Great management, learned a lot of medical coding and billing practices and shipping and receiving of all bills and documents. Great coworkers, no real hard part of the job and loved the fast pace work environment
Cash Posting Technical Coordinator / Team Lead Posting and processing of patients payments into various computer systems Coding of insurance payment reports and ICD-9 coding End of month balancing and confirming all payments to ensure they are balanced Auditing and reconciling off balance reports and balancing batch reports Filing and organization of all payments, batches and various other documents Assembling payment copies and EOB’s into batches Creation of Excel time log and batch report spreadsheets Staff Council Representative Elected representative of cash posting department Creating various fundraising activities Planning, execution and implementation of new employee guidelines Case management of cash posting employee concerns and questions
Good pay, Good work environment, good pace of work