Make a Difference Every Day: Become an Emergency Medical Technician with Ambitrans Ambulance
Welcome to a world of heroic service with Ambitrans Ambulance, a premier emergency medical response provider in Southwest Florida, servicing the cities of Port Charlotte, Fort Myers, Bonita Springs, and Naples, FL.
As an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) with our team, you’ll be part of a life-saving force, delivering crucial medical assistance in our community. This page offers a glimpse into the challenging yet incredibly rewarding career that awaits you at Ambitrans.
Why Ambitrans is the Right Choice for EMTs
Top-Tier Training and Development
A Culture of Care
A Day in the Life of an Ambitrans EMT
The satisfaction in being an ambulance driver stems from the knowledge that every moment counts in the life-saving process. The ability to provide swift and secure transportation for patients to medical facilities is both a responsibility and an honor. Amid the urgency and high stakes, the driver becomes an unsung hero, contributing to the efficiency of the healthcare system. The emotional toll of witnessing critical situations is balanced by the profound sense of accomplishment in knowing that their skills and actions play a pivotal role in saving lives. As the day concludes, the EMS driver reflects on the challenges and victories, ready to face the unpredictability of the next shift with the same dedication to the life-saving mission.
Career Path and Benefits
Competitive Salary & Benefits
- Medical, vision and dental insurance
- Paid holidays and vacation
- Short- and long-term disability benefits
- Employee assistance program
- 401k retirement plan with a company contribution
Testimonials from Ambitrans EMTs
Patient care is at the core of what we do. We seek to provide the best care possible to the patients we’re trusted to transport.
Do you share our passion for helping people? Are you seeking a career in the Emergency Services industry? Then we want to talk to you.
Education and/or Experience Requirement
- High school graduate or GED
Certification(s) and/or License(s)
- Current Florida Driver’s License
- AHA or Red Cross Basic Life Support Certification
- Current Florida EMT Certification