We Want YOU!
Considering a career in the EMS field? Life EMS knows having the right people on our team is the most important thing we can do to provide the highest standard of care. We are looking for the very best.
Is Simply the Best
To hire and retain the very best people, we know having the best equipment matters. Life EMS provides patients and staff with the latest technology and top-tier equipment.
Home Away From Home
Our living quarters include private rooms, a full kitchen, a fitness equipment room, as well as lockers and storage areas to help make those working the longer shifts more comfortable.
Room to Move
Life EMS has a spacious meeting room, plus an onsite training facility for internal trainings and meetings as well as community training sessions.
On the Move
Life EMS cares about patients, staff and our community. We strive for constant improvement and growth, always looking for new and better ways to serve.
Join our Team
Life EMS staff works hard, supports each other, encourages professional growth and lives to serve others. While some join the group because they seek challenge and work well under pressure, all join the group because they value life, doing all they can to preserve it for others.
Life EMS paramedics report to the operations director and clinical coordinator. Paramedics are considered the senior crew members on an ambulance and are responsible for the care and transportation of the EMS system’s 911 patients and transporting ALS and BLS inter-facility patients. Adhering to all regulations and protocols affecting the company and its service areas, paramedics are also responsible for maintaining all clinical certifications, demonstrating knowledge of approved treatment protocols for each service area, and demonstrating a working knowledge of the ambulance and onboard equipment.
Emergency Medical Technicians
Reporting to the operations director and operations manager who serve as field supervisors, Life EMS EMTs are responsible for the care and transportation of 911 patients and inter-facility patients. EMTs are responsible and accountable for adhering to all service areas’ regulations regarding the transportation of patients. They must also maintain all EMT-level clinical certifications, demonstrating knowledge of protocols in Life EMS’ service areas, a working knowledge of the ambulance, and proficiency with all onboard equipment.