Paramedic Services

Available Emergency Care

Paramedics are highly trained medical professionals that administer emergency care both in and out of the hospital. If you call 911 with a life-threatening emergency, paramedics will be one of the first people dispatched to your location. Keep in mind that paramedics are not dispatched to every 911 call, so it’s important for you to explain your situation as calmly and clearly as possible when speaking with the operator so that they can send a team with the skills and expertise you need in an emergency.

Our paramedic teams are extremely knowledgeable on emergency protocols. Our teams have received extensive education on the fastest ways to travel the local streets so they can respond to all calls as quickly as possible.

What Can a Paramedic Do?

Paramedics specialize in life-saving treatments. While the hospital staff will help you develop a long-term treatment plan, the paramedic’s goal is to make sure the patient lives through the most critical moments of their emergency.

Paramedics are frequently called to provide emergency care for the following:

  • Heart attacks
  • Strokes
  • Cardiac arrest
  • Spinal injuries
  • Brain injuries
  • Thoughts of suicide
  • Injuries from car crashes and other accidents
  • Birthing complications that occur outside a hospital setting

Become a Paramedic

There is always a need for dedicated, capable paramedics in New Jersey. We strongly encourage anyone interested in becoming a paramedic, to apply. Many of our facilities offer in-depth paramedic training programs so that you can receive the training and experience you need to start saving lives.

These programs are rigorous and demand significant time and energy from the applicant. We are looking for applicants with strong interpersonal skills, commitment to ethical standards, critical thinking skills, and the ability to make quick, informed decisions. Contact us today if you are interested in learning more.