Pretty much a fancy taxi service. With awful pay
Paramedic (Former Employee) – North Hills, CA – December 24, 2015
Having worked at this company for a couple of years now I've seen many people come and go. First few months were great but shortly after the company was sold to an investment firm it feels as if we are now known only as Medics, Nurse or EMT. No personal feel whatsoever, your just another medic nurse or EMT to them. (And believe me, they come and go) Don't believe the bogus pictures portrayed on the website. Most of those pictures are of management, ever so happy because while field staff breaks their backs they sit in offices ranking in the big bucks. Beginning shift you'll get a call at least an hour + drive away, lucky if theirs no traffic. Show up to an "immediate" call only to find a patient who has no medical necessity whatsoever to be transported from the hospital to her home by ambulance other than not being able to find a ride home. If one decides to not run a call he/she will be fired same day. PRN is an at-will company who does not need to have legitimate reasons to fire anyone. In the time I've spent their we can recall of attests two separate law suites against PRN involving no lunches. Management is completely aware of this and can care less.
New hires are receiving sign on bonuses while the staff that has already shown their loyalty to this company won't even get a simple pat on the back. Xmas time is in a few days, 99% sure their won't be any bonuses even though they spend millions on useless equipment.
No lunches, 3 cent yearly raises (no lie)