Communications Specialists provide over-the-phone emergency care in our internationally accredited communications center. This team dispatches ground ambulances and responds to requests for our critical care air transport using leading technology and reliable data.
The primary duty of the Communications Supervisor (CS) is to help people and lead by example. This is consistent with the culture of REMSA. It is required of all persons within our organization to assist others in accomplishing the overall goal of the organization. “Helping people,” means patients, customers, co-workers, family members, members of ancillary […]Learn More
Opportunity As a Communications Specialist (dispatcher), you are the authority to determine medical complaints and appropriate therapy based on the assessment of the patient while staying within established protocols. This dispatcher position is also responsible for safety decisions involving patient and aircraft/ambulance; whether or not additional equipment should be taken; in triage, appropriate means of transport […]Learn More