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Apex Paramedics
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About the company

  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Industry
    Ambulance & Medical Transportation

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Rating overview

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5.0020185.0020192.5720203.332021

Reviews

Emergency Medical Technician in Denver, CO
on February 18, 2021
A rare workplace that has great management who actually cares. Very flexible job with great coworkers. Awful pay but it’s private EMS so it’s not like that’s unexpected.
EMT in Arvada, CO
on January 29, 2021
It’s a good career starter for EMT’s but does get boring overtime because well it’s mainly IFT’s & the 911’s goes to the medics. Their medics are lazy though so most of them (not all) will have you taking 6/7 BLS calls while they drive around all day getting paid $18+ some even $21 an hour. Hopefully they get rid of those kinds of medics. But in all good experience & nice people the pay isn’t so great but sadly that’s what we EMT’s have to deal with.
EMT in Denver, CO
on January 21, 2021
Apex as a company states that it cares for its employees but it in reality does not. Employees who are in good favor with upper management get to do what they want regardless of it being against company policies or not. If you’re a new provider you will not learn anything here, only practice what you already know. Upper management will lie to your face so watch your back and don’t trust anyone!
Paramedic in Denver, CO
on December 16, 2020
The work is fun and hard at the same time! Especially with COVID. Our station always is decorated for the holidays, including a mardi gas feast, and we just had a holiday raffle!
EMT-B in Arvada, CO
on December 14, 2020
Apex paramedics is a fantastic place to work. Staff is welcoming, management ready to help at all times and they work hard to ensure you are happy as an employee and able to advance your career!

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They talk more about themselves than getting to know the applicant. If they know you have worked for a competitor, they will become more interested in gaining insider info than actually interviewing you. The remaining time will be spent talking badly about other agencies and talking up Apex.

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Tell me about yourself and why do you want to work here?

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