Community EMS Company Information
- United States
Established in 1982, Community EMS began with twenty-five employees and four ambulances. At present, there are nearly 2,000 employees among its organizations and twelve different fleets of emergency and non-emergency vehicles that include standard ambulances, mobile intensive care units, bariatric transport vehicles and lab courier cars. In addition to an exponential increase in size and services offered, Community EMS has grown in structure, opening an EMS training school and becoming a partner to eleven Joint Ventures and partnerships in four states. Located at 25400 West Eight Mile Road in Southfield, Michigan, the company now occupies its fourth change of location due to continuing growth over the years. This Southfield location houses our ACE accredited state-of-the-art 24/7 dispatch facility, which accepts over 1,200 calls each day. We also have a second dispatch facility in Ohio which supports our Ohio and Illinois operations. Our new location has given rise to a number of opportunities to better serve the area and its surrounding communities. For instance, expansion afforded Community EMS the ability to house an EMS billing center as well as a fleet maintenance facility that services both our extensive fleet, municipalities, outside fleets, and those of the public at large by appointment. Other technological advancements include the implementation of electronic patient care reporting (ePCR) which allows EMS providers to use handheld devices to accurately and securely record patient data at the scene of the emergency or routine transport. Over the past thirty years, Community EMS has developed a number of mutually rewarding relationships with other health care systems, municipalities, and ancillary providers. In addition to having mutual-aid agreements with many neighboring communities and organizations, our family of joint ventures provide standby coverage for the Detroit Red Wings, the Detroit Lions, and the Detroit Tigers, as well as for other local events as requested. Community EMS has provided staff and vehicles for such national disasters as Hurricanes Ike, Rita, Katrina, and Sandy, and has engaged in county wide emergency preparedness plans and agreements. To support its continued growth, Community EMS has created subsidiaries to manage critical, yet specialized tasks. These are the Life Support Training Institute (LSTI), CEMTECH, and Parastar.
Recent Community EMS jobs
Troy, MICandidates must have a valid EMT-B or EMT-P 4 Blue Cross Blue Shield medical plan options starting as low as $15.00 per month D...
Southfield, MICandidates must have a valid EMT-B or EMT-P 4 Blue Cross Blue Shield medical plan options starting as low as $15.00 per month D...
Taylor, MICandidates must have a valid EMT-B or EMT-P 4 Blue Cross Blue Shield medical plan options starting as low as $15.00 per month D...