Capital region needs better management
Paramedic (Former Employee) – Capital region (D.C. and Baltimore) – September 24, 2018
In the capital region, the management/supervision is unapproachable, inconsistent, hypocritical (for example the management parks their personal vehicle in the ambulance bay but line staff are told not to, and to park in their designated area) and does not listen to line staff. The managemet here does not lead staff by The operational buildings are deplorable, filthy, a fire trap, and should be condemned. The HR rep at the Capital Region, is very rude, unapproachable, and nepitistic. In the Baltimore area, there are periods when there is not a scheduled supervisior for days, and the building is simply left wide open and unsecured and unattended with supplies (Lifepak 15’s and 12’s, vents, and other supplies) open for the taking. AMR all in all seems to have its operation together everywhere but here. A positive structural change in supervision/management would attract and retain more quality ALS and BLS providers and improve morale.
Supervision and management