2019 NJ EMT Elective Class Schedule

Posted by On Time Ambulance on 1/16/19 9:31 AM

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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Tags: EMT, New Jersey, Curing in Motion, Safety, CEU's, EMS, Medical Transportation, On Time Ambulance, EMT Employment, Fit Responder, Lifting and Moving, MAVT, Wheelchair Van Driver, Life Saving, Hospitals

Employee Spotlight: Fleet Mechanic Carlos Rojas

Posted by On Time Ambulance on 10/29/18 10:01 AM


We caught up with Carlos Rojas, a mechanic in the Fleet Department to chat about his time at On Time Ambulance, and taking pride in your work.

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Tags: Employee Features, Company Culture, Safety

On Time Team Transports 700lb Patient

Posted by On Time Ambulance on 10/25/18 9:19 AM

 On Time EMTs Kelvin Checo, Radwa Abdelfattah, Kristen Cammarata, Stephanie Pereira, and Enid De La Rosa


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Tags: Lifting and Moving, Fit Responder, Safety, On Time Ambulance, Bariatric Services

3 Facts About NJ EMS History

Posted by On Time Ambulance on 10/12/18 9:17 AM

We've come a long way with ambulance and emergency medical services since the early days of hammock carts and horse-drawn wagons. And our home state of New Jersey played a huge role in the evolution of first aid and EMS history. Here's three facts about the milestones our state has achieved throughout the years.


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Tags: News, Healthcare system, Community Service, Hospitals, new equipment, Life Saving, Ambulance Companies, our history, EMT, New Jersey, Curing in Motion, 25th Anniversary, EMS, On Time Ambulance, Safety, Expansion

How We Teach Medical Transportation Safe Driving with StreetEagle

Posted by On Time Ambulance on 6/20/17 10:34 AM


Program Overview

Patient safety is our top priority. So we're always looking for ways to improve on that front. That's why three years ago we implemented our Silence is Golden program, a.k.a. Tone it Down. The program allows us to identify, improve upon, and strive to eliminate any unsafe driving whatsoever.

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Tags: On Time Ambulance, Safety, Company Culture

How to Avoid and Prevent Injury as an Ambulance Driver or EMT

Posted by On Time Ambulance on 9/8/16 9:30 AM

(updated on 4/6/2017)

Whether by van, sedan, or ambulance --- safety in medical transportation is critical. No one wants to get hurt on the job, be out of work, and lose weeks of pay due to a back injury. 

We don't need to tell you how complicated things can get when you're injured, can't work, and you have kids at home. It causes major disruptions for families and organizations.

No bueno!

That's why taking effective safety measures in the medical transportation injury is vital to your health, well-being and long term success as an ambulance driver or EMT.

Not to mention the health of your patients and the health of your organization.

Without further ado here are 10 safety mantras that you can start using today:

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Tags: Safety, Medical Transportation, EMT

5 Characteristics of a Great Medical Transportation Company

Posted by On Time Ambulance on 4/22/16 1:07 PM

Medical transportation is not an easy business. Moving cargo might be straightforward, but moving people is a big responsibility and requires a serious culture of saftey. The safest and most successful players in the industry all have a few core habits in common. Here are our five cahracteristics of a great medical transportation firm.


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Tags: Safety, Medical Transportation, Wheelchair Transportation

Medical Transportation for the Holidays: 5 Things to Know

Posted by On Time Ambulance on 11/9/15 12:43 PM


Thinking about how to get mom, dad, grandma, or grandpa to your family gathering for the holidays? Not sure if you’ll pick them up yourself, if they’ll use a taxi service, or if you'll consult a medical transporation provider?

Here are five things to keep in mind when arranging holiday transportation for elderly relatives.

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Tags: Safety, Medical Transportation, Holidays

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