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Tags: EMS, EMT Employment, Safety, Ambulance Companies, New Jersey, Medical Transportation, Company Culture, Non Emergency Medical Transportation, On Time Ambulance, Application Process, EMT, Healthcare system, career growth, NJ Careers
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Jose Lopez is an EMT from Woodbridge, New Jersey and a college student pursuing a career in nursing. We recently caught up with Jose via Zoom to ask about working as an EMT during a pandemic, giving back to the community, and power cots.
Ever wonder about a career in EMS? Know someone who might be interested? We thought it might be fun to learn directly from the people doing this heroic work. So we asked ten current EMTs, "What is your advice to someone just starting out in the field?"
Here are ten short bits of wisdom straight from ten real NJ EMTs. Check out what they had to say.
Tags: EMS, EMT Employment, Safety, Ambulance Companies, New Jersey, Medical Transportation, Non Emergency Medical Transportation, On Time Ambulance, Application Process, Life Saving, EMT, Healthcare system, COVID-19
Thanks to a new executive order from the governor, and a waiver from the NJ Department of Health, Emergency Medical Responders (EMRs), are now allowed to aid in medical transportation in New Jersey due in part to recent changes in demand in the field due to COVID-19.
The earlier standard required two Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) staff members in an ambulance while transporting patients --- one as the driver and one rendering care. The current standard allows one EMT and one EMR to staff an ambulance.
However, when we learned the temporary waiver by the Department of Health did not require someone to have an EMR certification to drive an ambulance, we opened a career opportunity as an Ambulance Vehicle Operator (AVO). An AVO is a job title specific to On Time Ambulance and we cover all necessary training.
Now more than ever, becoming an Ambulance Vehicle Operator (AVO) is a great way for individuals to enter the EMS field and grow within the healthcare industry. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions answered about the newest EMS role in New Jersey, the differences between an EMT, and how to get started today.
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Becoming an EMT is a great way to get involved in an awesome job with great potential. And the first step on the road to becoming an EMT is getting the right education.
Below we’ve compiled a list of all sorts of different places you can get your EMT education here in New Jersey. Whether it’s with a hospital system, a private company, or a community college program, you don’t have to travel far to find a great class near you.
We are proud to be partnering with Community Safety Consultants to offer a full schedule of EMT elective courses in 2019. We offer a variety of different frameworks for each session, and these classes are free for all On Time employees. So without further adieu, here's what you can expect for EMT Elective classes with us in 2019.
Note: all classes will be held at our main headquarters in Roselle, New Jersey.
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Interested in a career in the healthcare field? Want to work with a dedicated team in a nurturing environment? Whether you're a seasoned EMT, an aspiring Wheelchair Van Driver, a veteran Dispatcher or anything in between, we are always looking for motivated and personable people. So why work for On Time? Find out below.
As one of New Jersey's largest medical transportation providers, we are always hiring dedicated and talented people. We have more than 300 employees and several locations across the state.
Are you looking for a health care job in New Jersey? Do you want to be challenged and grow professionally?
Below is a look at five positions where we need more people. Please have a look.
On Saturday, March 21st two of On Time's employees Ron Roszkowski and Megan Costello attended the GCEMS Symposium at Rowan University. During the event Megan and Ron set up a table where On Time sponsored the Saturday breakfast for the three day event. The GCEMS Symposium offered free CEU's to NJ EMT's and promoted EMT employment. Many of On Time's employees attended the event and overall said they had a great time.