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About us
Priority Ambulance’s EMTs, paramedics, nurses and support teams deliver exceptional patient care and customer service to more than 400,000 patients each year.

Trust built with communities, medical facility partners, patients and employees is at the heart of our company. We build that trust by infusing into every aspect our core values of S.A.F.E
 – more... – Safe. Accountable. Friendly. Efficient. These fundamental principles drive our commitment to delivering personalized ambulance solutions to each community or customer; professional, courteous service; and unfailingly high standards of clinical care across all companies and communities in the Priority Ambulance family.

Throughout its national service area, approximately 3,000 highly trained paramedics and EMTs staff a fleet of more than 540 state-of-the-art vehicles with the latest medical equipment and technology.

Priority Ambulance’s family of companies operates under trusted local brands providing medical transport options in ten states. The Priority Ambulance company partners include:

• Maricopa Ambulance in Arizona

• Shoals Ambulance in Alabama

• Puckett EMS in Georgia and Southeast Tennessee

• Central EMS in Georgia

• National EMS in Georgia

• Medshore Ambulance in South Carolina

• Seals Ambulance in Indiana

• Kunkel Ambulance in Upstate New York

• Trans Am Ambulance in Western New York and Northwestern Pennsylvania

• Priority Ambulance of East Tennessee

• Baptist Ambulance in West Tennessee, Arkansas and Mississippi

Though Priority Ambulance was founded in January 2014, the companies that have joined the Priority Ambulance family of companies have served their communities for decades. We put great faith in our local leadership and believe in identifying, developing and trusting local talent who understand the unique needs of the community and create customized emergency services solutions with their neighbors. We promote career advancement opportunities and advancement in our local team.

Priority Ambulance is a dynamic, rapidly growing company with current operations in ten states and additional growth expected. In 2018, Priority Ambulance ranked No. 521 on the Inc. Magazine’s 5000 Fastest-Growing Companies in the United States and is the fastest-growing national ambulance company.
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What jobs are available at Priority Ambulance?

Top work locations
Phoenix, AZ
Indianapolis, IN
Memphis, TN
Most popular roles
Emergency Medical Technician

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What is it like to work at Priority Ambulance?

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What are people saying about the leadership at Priority Ambulance?

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CEO Approval is based on 23 ratings
Seals - Indy Location - Low pay, management unresponsive
Written by EMT-B (Current Employee) from Indianapolis, IN on April 25, 2019
Seals, a subsidiary of Priority Ambulance, pays probably the lowest in the Indianapolis market. Other places like Heartland or Physicians pay $14 to start, Seals pays $12. The positive part is that you can always pick up hours as the low pay causes them to be understaffed. Downside is that you get runs back to back as half the fleet is out of service - more...
Extra hours are always available
Understaffed, low pay, no 401k match, unresponsive management
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Written by Pre-Billing Specialist (Current Employee) from Indianapolis, IN on February 1, 2019
Lots of available hours, especially on weekends (a time when a lot of billers are pressured to work). However, no amount of hours can make up for the inadequate wages compared to other billing jobs in the Indy area. I wouldn't wish work at this company onto anyone
lots of hours
management, low pay, militaristic office culture.
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