Midwest Medical Transport Company Careers and Employment

What is it like to work at Midwest Medical Transport Company?

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Not what you think
Written by EMT (Former Employee) from Omaha, NE on November 2, 2018
Typical shift would be 5-8 patient transports (mostly non-emergency from Hospital to/from nursing home and back- plus about 30 minutes per-call for paperwork. Think Happy-cab with room for a stretcher in the back. This is not anything like 911 service or what you learned in EMT/Medic school. Medicine is not the focus. Patients are usually stable - more... and just being transported because they just need a stretcher as opposed to wheelchair. Lots of psych transports. Squads don't carry a full compliment of ALS medications / technology. No radios for dispatching / encoding to hospitals - they still ... - less
ProsEasy
ConsThis isn't professional EMS work, just a taxi
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