Emergency Medical Technician I (Former Employee) – Yonkers, NY – August 12, 2013
I was a full time EMT in New York City while I went to college for my bachelors. I learned alot on this job including: crisis management and medicine at this job and it was an experience I will never forget.
Bus Operator (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – April 30, 2016
You can enjoy working for this company. The people that you work with are always willing to help if you have a problem. The most enjoyable part of the day is at the end of the day when you have happy customers.
EMT (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – April 21, 2016
The higher ups, the people only in it for the financial gain, the people that have never took 1 step in our shoes destroyed a wonderful company and the lives of many wonderful people. They bled this once prestigious place to work at and turned it into nothing, a mockery.
Went bankrupt due to greed and selfishness
long hours making for short work weeks, guaranteed OT
Transporter and Mechanic Helper (Former Employee) – 25 14street brooklyn ny 11215 – April 17, 2016
Well it was a grate place to work my boss was a very nice person I never had to go to her for any problems since I was there I meet lots of different people while working there and get along with every one no we did not had no game room lots of driving most of the time the hardest time is when it snows but I got so good at what I did so everthing came easy
N/A (Former Employee) – Southaven, MS – March 18, 2016
The owners are crooks. They take money out of your check for taxes and insurance and pay neither. When you file your taxes and expect a refund, one is never given because the IRS doesn't have your social security number as paying in to the system. If these people try to hire you, run.
Productive and busy and still easy to report to daily
Emergency Medical Services Supervisor (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – February 29, 2016
A typical day at work could be processing payroll and processing the additional paperwork that goes with it. In addition I worked on the schedule for the employees daily and made phone calls to cover openings. Another typical day could be going on the road as a field supervisor inspecting units on the road, restocking equipment as necessary. What I learned is how to solve problems and how to talk to people, not down to people. I had the best bunch of co-workers I could ask for. We worked together and helped each other out. The hardest part of the job was the different issues that could arise at anytime. But at the same time that's what I enjoyed most about it, I had to think to solve the problems.
Paramedic (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – February 26, 2016
After 12 years in one company I have learned to be loyal, hard working person. I have been Field Training Officer , worked in different kind of environment like Special Operation Division, Sports and entertainment , Critical Care Transport and standard emergency operational procedure under REMAC protocols.
Emergency Medical Technician (Former Employee) – Amityville, NY – January 28, 2016
I worked as an Emergency Medical Tech for Trans Care. I usually worked the back of the Bus where I kept track of people's vitals. We transported people from their homes and nursing homes to all the major hospitals on Long Island and New York City. This was a very stressful job because you are working with people who are under stress, that would be your partner and, of course, the patient. Trans Care is a good company because you usually know who your partner will be most of the time. The best part of the job was knowing you were helping people when they were ill and suffering, and I guess the hardest part of the job was lifting extra heavy people and carrying them downstairs. This job taught me how to slow down and be patient.
Emergency Medical Technician (Former Employee) – New Castle, DE – June 9, 2015
• Provided pre-hospital and interfaculty basic life support emergency services to patients in the hospital. • Provided medical treatments, monitoring and transporting all patients requiring BLS care to the appropriate facility and assisting in critical care (high risk obstetrics, neonatal, cardiac, trauma) transports with Christiana Care Mobile Intensive Care team. • Completing all required documentation and duties in support of an efficient emergency medical service operation, while maintaining a high level of professionalism and excellent customer service.