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Superior Mobile Health is hiring EMT's and Paramedics!
Congratulations to our two latest Paramedic grads, Bryan Bu and Christian Ruegg. We are so very proud of you both and wish you luck on your NREMT exams!
Received this potential job opportunity for Paramedics today.
"Our hospital system in south central upstate NY is starting a mobile integrated health program and hoping to bring some fresh new talent to the area. These positions are 24 and 36 hours per week, so opportunities also exist to supplement this position with work within our local 911 system.
The positions at 24 or 36 hours per week are benefits eligible and benefits include health/dental/vision insurance, 403B with contribution, and generous tuition reimbursement. Our community has an affordable cost of living, a top nationally ranked research university, and a thriving restaurant and craft beer scene.
Please share with any of your students or colleagues who may be interested in relocating for a unique opportunity. My belief is that MIH combined with 911 is valuable for skills development early in a paramedic’s career as the role and fiction for EMS continues to evolve. We will be starting interviews within the next week or two.
I’m available to answer questions and appreciate any help you can provide!
Sean J. Britton, MPA, NRP
Marble Falls EMS is hiring Paramedics for Marble Falls, Texas!
Congratulations to Paramedic course grads, Rebecca Durham and Chandler Shaw!!! Good luck on the NREMT and your career as Paramedics!
Congratulations to new NREMT-Paramedic Dusty Benthall!!!! Good luck on your career as a Paramedic!!
Manchester, Connecticut is looking for Paramedics (willing to become firefighters) or Firefighter/Paramedics. See the flyers below.
EMS Service in Central TX looking for Paramedics! Application deadline is April 8th.
Paramedic Grads, Mayo Clinic is hiring Paramedics. We received this and the job description below today.
"You are invited to be a part of the largest integrated, not-for-profit medical group practice in the world with over 60,000 employees working in a unique environment that brings together the best in patient care, groundbreaking research and innovative medical education. Mayo Clinic is once again named the No. 1 hospital in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Hospitals” rankings.
As a Paramedic at Mayo Clinic, you will be responsible for delivering and administering high quality care and transportation to ill and injured persons. You will demonstrate clinical competency and compassion in providing for the physical and emotional needs of patients; as well as communicate and interview patients to determine best interest of care. We invite you to join our diverse team as we provide health, hope, and healing to people from all walks of life. You'll discover a culture of teamwork, professionalism, and mutual respect – and most importantly, a life-changing career.
At Mayo Clinic, you will experience:
The highest quality patient care by placing the needs of the patient first
***$5,000 Sign-on Bonus with two-year commitment (Albert Lea/Austin, MN campus only)***
Up to $10,000 relocation (taxable)
Continuing Education opportunities
Rare pension plan in addition to a 403(b) with employer match
Flexible choice options for Medical, Dental, Vision, Health Savings Accounts (HSA) and Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)
We invite you to apply or learn more by visiting https://jobs.mayoclinic.org/jobs/paramedic-144145br/.
If this is not the right opportunity for you, we invite you to share with your network.
For more information, please contact:
Kjersten Jimison, Mayo Clinic Human Resources
Direct Line: 507-538-8163"
Congratulations to new NREMT Paramedic, Andrei Gavrilut. Andrei was one of our international students, and he has done so well in finishing our program. We wish you luck and hope to see you again soon!
Congratulations new Paramedic Levi Hickey!!!!
Cy Fair is looking for Paramedics!!
Grads, Marble Falls Area EMS in Texas is hiring Paramedics!! See the flyer in this post.
PERCOM Paramedic Grads looking for a job? UT Health East Texas EMS is hiring! Tell them Brent Smith sent you.
Michele Bracken, from our Paramedic program, just sent us this! Thank you, Michele!
"I just accepted a full time position with a rural agency in central Utah. My scope of practice is large enough that I can use a variety of the Paramedic skills I've learned through Percom as an Advanced EMT.
Today I was the team leader on a full cardiac arrest. We shocked the patient 5 times pushed multiple rounds of drugs and quickly established an airway. It was the first time I have run a code and felt completely confident in what I was looking for and what needed to be done. I've not even done my internship yet and feel confident in my knowledge and skills. I cannot say enough great things about the training I've received as a PERCOM student.
Please send my gratitude to Cody Bell and Michael as well. They did a great job in prepping my skills for the real world!"
Congratulations to Paramedic Graduate, Dusty Benthall!! Good luck on the NREMT and your future as a Paramedic!!
Wow, thank you, Levi Hickey, for the wonderful email patting Sherri Carson and Tammy Williams on the back. They so rarely hear from students regarding all the hard work they put in on their behalf behind the scenes. Many do not realize just how difficult their jobs can be and how hard they work to try and meet as many needs and reasonably possible and that are within our policies and abilities.
"During my time in your program I ran across 2 people who I feel do not get the credit or praise they deserve from students.
Mrs. Sherri- Mrs. Sherri was always willing to answer any questions I may have had and if she did not know the answer she would either point me in the right direction or go find out the answer and get back with me. There is one time that absolutely speaks to the kind and caring individual that Mrs. Sherri is! I was on my P1 clinicals and I was on shift the next day with a clinical rotation the following day. My wife had washed my laundry and forgot to remove a pen from my pocket. I only had 1 PERCOM Shirt and it was ruined. I called Mrs. Sherri to see what I could do about ordering another one and how long it would take. Mrs. Sherri went above and beyond. She stated that she was needing to come to Weatherford to do some returns and some shopping and that she would bring it to me the next day. This was appreciated more than I can say as you are well aware of the struggle that Clinicals have been during the COVID pandemic.
Mrs. Williams- Mrs Williams was willing to work with me throughout my entire clinical rotation. I can imagine that the usual deadlines became only more frustrating with clinical sites shutting down and not allowing students in. She was always willing to change a clinical or help me figure out what I still needed to complete clinicals. She never seemed frustrated and was more than willing to adapt and overcome any clinical obstacle that I may have run into. She was always kind and more than willing to expedite a process if need be in order for me to accomplish my clinical goal.
Both of these women made it possible and took away loads of stress from me by being kind and helpful. They definitely deserve acknowledgement as i'm sure they have to deal with and hear the gripes and complaints more than the attaboys. If you would please pass on my thanks and appreciation it would be greatly appreciated! Thank you."
Congratulations,Levi Hickey - Paramedic Grad! Good luck on the NREMT and your future as a Paramedic!!
From Paramedic graduate Timothy Gamble below - thank you, Timothy!!
" I have to tell you, I am extremely pleased with the course from start to finish. Previously many years ago I attempted to take a paramedic class in southern California. The class was a couple of hours from my home at the time, was held in person 4 days a week and I worked full time 3 days a week. Ultimately the time, travel, and monetary commitment proved to be too much for me at that time. I was apprehensive about trying again, but having met Jerry in San Antonio during a skills test when you allowed me to challenge the EMT class back in 2014 or 2015 and having a fairly decent opinion of the program as a whole I gave it a shot, and I am glad I did. I cannot thank you enough!"
Congratulations, Paramedic Graduate Timothy Gamble!!! We hope you do well on NREMT and have a bright future as a Paramedic!
What a wonderful email we just received from Paramedic student, Christian Weber! Thanks, Christian!
"I cannot give you enough thanks for the way you are caring about us! I just talked to my Chief and he can't believe how much you guys care about your students, contrary to what we have seen from local colleges all over Colorado. You can be assured that you will get more students from us in the future."
Medstar in Fort Worth is hiring EMT's and Paramedics!
Congratulations to our very own, Cody Bell, who is now also an RN. Cody graduated from our Paramedic program, is one of our Paramedic skills instructors, and now has achieved his RN license. We are very proud of you, Cody!!
Acadian Ambulance in the Houston area says they are currently hiring Paramedics with a $15k sign on incentive.
Recruiter, Houston TX
Acadian Ambulance Service
2022 Humble Place Dr | Humble, TX | 77338
O: (281) 348-4823 | C: (281) 607-3522
Congratulations, NREMT Paramedic Jaron Shahan!!! Great job!!!
Congratulations to Paramedic graduate Keith Becker!!! Good luck on the NREMT!!!
As many of you know, we are probably the only EMS Education Program out there that allows you the opportunity to apply for voluntary suspensions or one or more extensions to complete your program requirements for graduation. Our accrediting body, CAAHEP, is really big on what is called "retention and attrition", which we totally understand. However, when you do not complete your program within the designated overall deadline, you are counted as "attrition" not retention, even though you finish later on. We are REQUIRED to maintain a 70% retention rate but because of all of the times we grant extensions and suspensions to try and help students, we cannot maintain that rate and it is becoming an issue.
We are requesting that as many of you as possible send Jane an email at [email protected] outlining either that this is one of the reasons you chose our program (for flexibility because of life, family, job, or other personal reasons that preclude you from fitting into more traditionally structured education programs and being able to complete) and/or this has ALLOWED you to finish, as other schools have or would have dropped you out without allowing you to complete because of your needs for this flexibility. Please SIGN your email and put your class number in it or after your name (400C, 300E, etc.)
Other programs out there have even restricted access to students who may have issues that would preclude them from finishing their programs on time, denying them access, to help avoid these "attrition" issues. Others drop students out before the amount of the program completed or date for that class where they have to count the student as being enrolled in that program - the "drop" date. We don't do that either. So we are asking for YOUR help so that we have plenty of support to defend our numbers with CAAHEP and the "why" of those numbers. Our Advisory Council and Consortium have declared that we should keep this structure so that we can continue to help as many students as possible but unfortunately, it does cause issues regarding the square boxes in which programs are placed in regards to retaining accreditation. Thank you for your help.
MedStar EMS in Fort Worth, Texas is hiring!!!
Acadian is holding a virtual job fair for our students and graduates, Tuesday, January 11th at 11 a.m. Please review the flyer for access information. We hope you take advantage of this opportunity!
Congratulations, new NREMT Paramedic Chris Oxford!!! Great job on the NREMT!! Good luck in your Paramedic career!
Congratulations to Paramedic graduate, Luis Briceno! We hope you do well on the NREMT and have a great holiday seasaon!!
Acadian EMS is holding a virtual job fair for PERCOM students and graduates on January 11th, 2021 at 11 a.m. Texas time. If you are interested in joining the webinar and learning what Acadian has to offer as an EMS employer, please use this link. You can click on it now, add it to your Favorites in your web browser so you can get back to it, and put the date and time on your calendar. We hope you avail yourself of this opportunity.
Learn more about the opportunties for EMS professionals at Acadian Ambulance.
Acadian EMS is hiring!!!! See the attachments for more information!
Also congratulations go out to Paramedic course graduate, Jesse Shutter! We wish you luck on the NREMT!
149 N Willis St, Ste 10
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