But sometimes, our patients feel compelled to go out of their way to reach out to us to thank the people involved with their transport.
EMTs are healthcare heroes who help people and play a crucial role in their patients lives. Are you considering a career as an EMT? Here are just some of the many benefits of getting into this field --- and some answers to frequently asked questions to get you started.
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org, 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.
In the mid 1990’s, a 25 year-old blue-collar Emergency Medical Technician met Miss Margaret, an aging senior at a nursing home who needed dialysis treatment three times a week. The young EMT never knew his grandparents. They had passed away when he was a very small child. Miss Margaret was the quintessential Norman Rockwell Grandmother