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  • Inwood, NY
  • 1 to 50 Employees
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  • Company - Private
  • Health Care Services & Hospitals
  • $1 to $5 million (USD)


First Response Ambulance Reviews

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Jan 20, 2016

"Staff is really kind. Constructive criticism is good. However they do play favoritism"

Former Employee - EMT-B in Inwood, NY
Neutral Outlook
No opinion of CEO

I worked at First Response Ambulance full-time for more than a year


Experience for entry level emts. Supervisors work with your life circumstances and hardships. Their ems connections are great for advancement opportunities.


They play favoritism and depending on who the supervisor is they can just critique what you do e.i how you fill out the transport form for not apparent reason

Advice to Management

Stop playing favoritism.
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  1. EMT-B Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Chicago, IL
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Easy Interview

    I applied online. The process took 6 days. I interviewed at First Response Ambulance (Chicago, IL) in Aug 2012


    I finally received my test scores and license from IDPH and immediately started contacting private ambo companies here in Chicagoland. I navigated a slew of websites and theirs was quite easy to find employment info. Fill out the form on the site and click submit.
    It gives you a verification that you form has been accepted. I received a call the next day (Friday) from the Operations Manager, who has been super helpful and a great person with whom I have interacted.
    As luck would have it she was able to get me an interview on Tuesday (super quick turn around).
    We had a very pleasant chat and she allowed time for questions after the interview.
    Got the call two days later(Thursday) saying they would like to offer me a position on the provision that I passed the Loyola EMS test.
    She scheduled my test for me and even gave me a study guide to review.
    As of right now, I am trying to be patient while waiting for my test date.

    Only real "interview question" that was asked was: "Why did you want to become an EMT?" other than that we were just getting a feel for each other and conversing.

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