Integrated Care Paramedic (Community Paramedic)
Life EMS Ambulance is pleased to announce a new position opportunity for an Integrated Care Paramedic, often referred to as a Community Paramedic. Life EMS Ambulance is a leader nationally in this type of care model by being on of the first EMS agencies in the nation to offer Integrated Care Paramedic positions as career growth opportunities.
Community paramedicine is a new and evolving model of community-based health care in which paramedics function outside their customary emergency response and transport roles in ways that facilitate home based care and enhanced quality of life.
Part of an integrated care team, this paramedic will conduct scheduled and unscheduled visits in patients' homes, providing assessment, physical care, and interventions focused on preventative care and wellness. The paramedic will work closely community physician and navigators to provide health maintenance services aimed at giving patients alternative care choices allowing them to remain at home, reducing hospital utilization. The paramedic's duties may include typical emergency medical responses on an ambulance as well as other non-traditional medical care and support services in cooperation with the integrated care team.
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT FOR OPERATIONS/CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
Emergent Health Partners is a regional, nonprofit provider of high quality accredited ambulance and health transportation services in Michigan. Emergent also provides accredited paramedic and EMT education programs, as well as health related call center and patient monitoring services.
The Chief Operating Officer (COO) reports to the President and Chief Executive Officer, with headquarters located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. This position is responsible for the daily operations of the company to insure excellence, innovation and collaboration in pre-hospital health care, leading by example and maintaining the support of our staff. Design, improve and implement company policies and procedures.
Leads and directs the work of the three operations Vice Presidents, Fleet and Facilities Manager, Communications Manager, Education Manager and Quality Manager.
Minimum qualifications include:
- Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, health care administration, or related field.
- Ten years of experience in the management of an emergency medical service, or related field.
- Nationally registered paramedic or equivalent. Eligible for licensure by the State of Michigan.
- Other pre/post-employment qualifications as indicated in job description.
Send resume with salary requirements to:
Dale J. Berry
President and Chief Executive Officer
Emergent Health Partners
1200 State Circle
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
Equal opportunity and affirmative action employer of F/M/Disability/Vets
Coast Life Support District (CLSD)
This Special District directly provides ambulance services as well as, by contract, Urgent Care through a local clinic. The publicly funded budget is $2 million. The service area is about 60 miles long and 20 miles wide on the scenic northern California coast. The residential population is about 6,400 which can more than double during peak visitor periods.
The District Administrator is a 3/4-time position and leads an ambulance staff of 16 full-time and part-time professionals. The salary range now is $61,300 to $79,900 plus fringe benefits and bonus potential. A seasoned manager with strong people and financial management skills is sought.
For a comprehensive brochure describing CLSD, the position, the community and the ideal District Administrator visit http://clsd.ca.gov
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. Resume deadline is February 6, 2015.