"Every day, we face challenges that require quick and sometimes difficult decisions. As a service business, we strive to choose what is best for our patients, business partners and staff. Because our actions and decisions affect many people and define our business culture, we celebrate our TEAM successes and support each other to continue to be the best. "- Josh Watts, Founder
Pay: $16.50-$23.00 per hour
(Depending on Experience and Shift Assignment)
Performance Incentive Pay from $2-$8/hr
Night Shift Differential of $2/hr Available
The EMT-B is responsible for the safe and efficient response, treatment, and transport of all persons requesting or requiring emergent or non-emergent medical service. Our program is designed to provide you the flexibility to ensure that you get where you want to be. From mentoring programs to tuition reimbursement and in-house education programs, we help guide and support your career pathways!
At MedTrust we believe a focus on Excellence in every facet of our business - people, equipment, vehicles, training, culture - will result in a company that is the "provider of choice" for the patients, families and communities that we serve, "employer of choice" for our employees and candidates, and the "partner of choice" for hospital systems and other healthcare facilities.
MedTrust is an innovator in Mobile Integrated Healthcare solutions throughout South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida and completes more than 75,000 patient movements annually, serving as the "Medicine Between the Buildings" for our healthcare partners.
Healthcare Coverage/Benefits-We offer exceptional healthcare benefits - medical, dental, and more as well as 401k ancillary benefits.
Allowances-There is more to life than work! We offer ample paid time off.
OUR PROUD PARTNERSHIPS
Coastal Carolina/Hilton Head Hospitals Trident Health System
Lexington Medical Center Tidelands Health System
Baptist Health System Wolfson Children s Hospital
Memorial Satilla Health NHC
Life Care Center of America Encompass Health
Mercy Bon Secours
And more ..
What You Can Expect:
As a MedTrust Team member, you will provide the "medicine between the buildings" while transporting a majority of our patients for hospital systems. You will be provided the best equipment, new and progressive protocols, a compassionate , mission-driven team, an engaged leadership and Medical Director. In short you can expect days that TRULY make a positive difference in the lives we serve.
What Skills You Need:
MedTrust Team members require a high degree of accountability, self-motivation, and self-discipline. You will need top-notch communication skills to interact successfully with teammates and patients alike. At times you will work independently, but you will often lead others, providing direction during changing and sometimes stressful situations. Others will look to you to make quick decisions while remaining calm and focused. This job is for the compassionate and competent professional not for the "box checker".
What MedTrust Expects of You:
As a member of the MedTrust Team you will be expected to reach beyond just looking and acting the part. You will be part of a team that sets the bar for other emergency transportation companies, both clinically and professionally, in EVERY interaction: appearance, preparation, communication, and managing the difficult and stressful situations encountered every day. During hour 1 or 24, you and your partner will be the very "tip-of-the-spear" for MedTrust. In the end, all the shiny trucks and new equipment are only as good as what you bring to the table.
What You will Gain
MedTrust offers employees competitive benefits including Paid Time Off to enjoy the beautiful cities we serve, paid training, top-of-the-line equipment, and a company structure that truly supports each employee.
Sit and stand for extended periods of time
Walk, bend, squat, twist, reach, push, pull, and carry
Frequently lift and/or move more than 125 pounds including lifting, moving and carrying patients up and down stairs
Must be at least 18 years of age and be a high school graduate or equivalent
Must have proof of valid motor vehicle operating license, with continued safe driving history
Certified EMT License for the State
Current certifications in AHA/ASHI, HCP BLS CPR
Must have the ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals, written, oral or diagnostic reports
Must have the ability to write grammatically correct routine reports and correspondence.
Must have the ability to communicate positively; via telephone and radio equipment.
Must have the ability to effectively interact and communicate with patients, co-workers and administration
Ability to add and subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent.
Frequently hectic with exposure to highly emotional situations.
Regular scheduling involves long shifts, regularly scheduled and unscheduled overtime.
Frequently works in outside weather conditions
Occasionally works near moving mechanical parts
Occasionally exposed to wet and or humid conditions, or airborne particles, extreme cold, extreme heat, and risk of electrical shock
May be exposed to airborne, blood and body fluids and associated pathogens.
PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support)
BLS (Basic Life Support)
BTLS (Basic Trauma Life Support)
PEPP (Pediatric Education for Pre-hospital Professionals)
ICS 100, 200, 700, 800