This company doesn't give enough thought to the employees that work for them. They don't care if you've worked 12+ hours, if they take a call, you're going to run it. They don't have enough fleet for the volume of calls that are taken.
Paramedic (Former Employee) – Panama City, FL – July 4, 2018
worst job ever have been a paramedic for 15 years and have worked other places and the total disregard for the safety of the employees is ridiculous and if you stand up for yourself they will get rid of you
Medical Billing Specialist (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – June 15, 2018
I worked for this company for almost 4 years. I was very pleased with my position, unfortunately, unforeseen circumstances caused my departure, but I have absolutely have nothing bad to say about this company. Lifeguard was like a big family to me! It was a very good place to work with a very competitive salary.
Flight Paramedic (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – June 3, 2018
Over all, great company. Recently sold and sold again causing staffing, pay, benefit and location changes without warning. Local management unable to retain standards or disclose future changes in a timely manner.
Basic emt (Current Employee) – Lamar County, MS – May 10, 2018
Upper management was the problem. Initially it was good then they changed up and it crashed. No room for advancement, forget experience that doesn’t matter they will pick a LT with leads than two yrs exp over a paramedic with 20 years. They don’t believe in rest run all day then begin transfer out of town after midnight. Crews tired didn’t matter got to make a dollar.
Productivie workplace with no good feed-back from management
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – March 27, 2018
Management is not fair at recognizing all employees. Management need to be more open minded. The company was a mom and pop now it is corporate and now a very happy place of employment. Human Resource can't be trusted.
AEMT (Current Employee) – Waverly, TN – March 4, 2018
Recently we had an incident and a good crew was terminated due to their reaction to a hostile work environment. Think twice before applying here. Crews are vendictive. HR does horrible job with investigating complaints, they are one sided.
Employee (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – February 14, 2018
Benefits are horrible. Management doesn't know what they are doing or too busy trying to be your friend. They are also very biased and play favoritism to their friends and it's very obvious so just be very careful. They will try to work you as much as you will let them. Turnover has been so high within the pass month. They will pay you as low as a base pay as you will let them so watch out.
Emergency Medical Technician (Former Employee) – Panama City, FL – January 28, 2018
If you want to work without bathroom and meal breaks for base pay, this is the place for you. Poor management, low pay, expected to fudge reports to get the highest billing rates, and no job security. Bosses sleeping with co-workers and being expected to drive long distances without any way to sleep provided for 24 hour shifts, sometimes longer than 24 hours, was common. If you are unable to take an overtime shift, it is very likely that you will be denied future overtime, even when specifically asking for extra hours. I was warned about the favoritism before I started. Unbelievable.
Supply (Former Employee) – Gadsden, AL / Birmingham, AL – December 29, 2017
I did my very best for this company and enjoyed working there, although corporate office (who only reads spreadsheets to run a company and not their employees' work ethics) can and will blindside you and relieve you of your duties, ie, job. I would still be there today, otherwise. Sad really.
Paramedic Supervisor (Former Employee) – Gadsden, AL – December 10, 2017
This is one of the worst places to work! There are constant threats about your job, constant emails that are very unclear, the company lies, does the minimum to keep you in equipment, and management is a complete joke...find somewhere else!
Emergency Medical Technician (Former Employee) – Milton, FL – November 26, 2017
Did non-emergency transports of patients both local and long distance. Cleaned and stocked ambulance. Trained new EMTs. Hardest part was sometimes extremely long hours, most enjoyable part of the job was the patients and being able to help people, it was very rewarding.
EMT-B (Former Employee) – Gulf Shores, AL – November 20, 2017
This company is a joke! They never have enough people to cover Trucks. They are the worst paying company that I've ever worked for! Don't even get me started on management! Lots of empty promises from management to employees.
Good place to work if you are really wanting to work
EMT-B (Current Employee) – Gadsden, AL – October 9, 2017
The office I work out of takes a ton of long transports. So expect 1 hour to 2 hours transports.Crews are for the most part hard working and professional. Their benefits are ok but health insurance is high.The pay is the highest in our area and our equipment is only so so
Business Office Manager (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – September 30, 2017
The owner of the company was a complete joy but, the management team was horrible. They feared knowledge and new ideas. Managers where more concerned with the time clock than production. No appreciation for great employees.