FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
I’D LIKE TO WORK WITH YOU - WHAT DO I NEED TO DO?
It is easy to get started! Simply fill out the form below and a member of our leadership team will reach out to you.
You can also email our recruiting email at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
WHAT KIND OF TRAINING WILL I NEED?
Lodi EMS operates at the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician level. You do not need to be this level to work with us, but you will need to attend the EMT course at a minimum. You will also be training in Emergency Vehicle Operations, Patient Privacy, CPR and other classes as needed and required.
If you are already licensed as an EMT or AEMT, the process involves orientation with our service and protocols. You will then ride as a third to orient to our patient care practices until your training is complete. The length of this process is dependent on your time commitment. We do not have a defined period of time that you must remain on training.
WHAT IS EXPECTED OF ME?
To be a paid on call or paid on premise member of Lodi Area EMS, you will need to undergo training if you are not already licensed. Once you are working as a candidate, you will be expected to work at least 36 hours a month on the ambulance. You will also be expected to attend our training night, and POC/POP members also do ambulance checks each shift as well as general cleaning and upkeep of our equipment. The biggest thing you will need here will be a GREAT attitude and willingness to learn.
WHAT DOES LODI AREA EMS HAVE TO OFFER?
Lodi EMS prides itself on providing the best pre hospital care our licnese will allow. We are aggressive in our treatments, and we are compassionate in our interactions. We will offer you endless opportunity to learn and grow including conference and outside training attendance. We offer a full uniform package, PPE, monthly pay and an awesome medical direction team who actually interacts with you.
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