Here’s a look at some of the traits that the best EMTs seem to always possess.
Nikki Kahler works in the call center at East Coast Ambulance as a member of the billing department. Nikki calls all private pay customers to make payment arrangement for their upcoming transport. Always conscientious and appreciative, she is an extremely diligent worker who takes pride in her work and loves coming to work each day.
So we chatted with Nikki to find out more about her time at East Coast Ambulance.
This week we sat down with Operations Director Karen Sparks to talk about her role as Operations Manager, the culture at East Coast, becoming an EMT, and how private ambulance work differs from emergency.
Topics: Company Culture
Know a senior in Maryland who can’t drive in need of medical transportation services? Whether it’s to follow up with the doctor or to visit family, getting around can be tricky for a senior who can’t drive. Here’s a review of different options specific to our state, and a look at which ones best serve which populations.
This week we sat down with Cheryl Thompson to find out more about life as a dispatcher, the East Coast ambulance work environment, and being a people person.
As you train for EMT-basic, you're learning invaluable information and gaining the experience needed for many other career paths.
We're always hiring motivated and eager individuals, so we thought we'd echo on our blog some postions we have available at our Parkville, MD location. If you're interested, or you know someone who is, please give us a call at (410) 663 2012, email us at email@example.com, or apply online here.
A look at the East Coast Team in the early 2000's. Founder and CEO Mike Rosellini is on the far right.
For our first employee profile, we sat down with East Coast founder and CEO Mike Rosellini to talk to him about everything from EMS, to tattoos, to CrossFit.
There are a variety of different types (sometimes called modes) of medical transportation. Modes differ based on whether the service is emergency or non-emergency as well as the client’s condition or disability, and how far a distance must be traveled.
Most transport services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. Medical transportation can take clients down the street, down state, across the country, or across the world. Below is a look at some of the different options in this wide-ranging service:
We talk to clients every day who are just discovering the possibilities of medical transportation for the first time. Many people find themselves needing to arrange transportation for a parent or grandparent, but aren’t aware of some of the basics about the service. They essentially don’t know where to start. How much is it? What’s it all about? Why do people need it? What are the options? Will insurance take care of it? What about Medicare or Medicaid?