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Part Time EMT

American Medical Response Akron, OH

Interested applicants can go to, click on 'Careers' and then 'Search Jobs' in order to locate the position and apply… CareerBuilder

5 days ago

Full Time Dispatcher

American Medical Response Akron, OH

• Reviews and confirms transports scheduled for future dates for possible schedule conflicts. • Reads maps and assists with… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Service Support Technician

American Medical Response Akron, OH

The Support Service Technician will serve as the responsible person for rehabilitating vehicles returning them to the highest standard of readiness… CareerBuilder

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American Medical Response President Edward “Ted” Van Horne
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    Communication with management was the worst I ever went through.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Akron, OH
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Akron, OH

    I worked at American Medical Response


    The benefits were good, however, medical benefits are chosen by the employer, not set by the insurance company as one is led to believe, for example, original issue covered, therapy afterwords is still paid the same per visit co-pay as a specialist! So, if you need therapy 4 times a week, that would be $40x4=$160.


    Unless you have an in with anyone at any level of management, you get no advancement advice, no respect for your efforts, and no encouragement. Productivity for the numbers is the best qualification in keeping your job. I know that the best advice I ever got was from my one and only supervisor of 6 years, "don't ever trust anyone here!"! She further told me that just because someone in management seems like a friend, they are not. My personal advice to anyone applying for work is, nothing is said in confidence.....since those in upper positions gossip too!

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    Take, and learn, and practice, courses in how to treat your employees. You can have all of the "special management meetings" you want, but if your performance is not improved, it was just a reason to get away from your desk!

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