Community Care Ambulance – North East Ohio Region
Community Care Ambulance’s Mission Statement: Community Care Ambulance Network will provide the highest quality healthcare services to the communities we serve resulting in superior satisfaction.
CCA will accomplish its mission by being an Employer of Choice:
- Attracting and retaining the best medical professionals
- Fostering a safe, respectful and stable work environment
- Offering employee orientation, educational training and professional development
- Recognizing individuals’ efforts
- Utilizing leading technologies
Fulfilling both while maintaining an excellent reputation, being fiscally responsible, aggressive in the marketplace and sensitive to our customer’s needs.
Paramedics and Paramedics Certified in Intensive Care
Seeking quality paramedics to integrate into CCA’s progressive patient care system, supported with independent medical direction, and responding to primary 911 requests for several communities as well as critical and non emergent interfacility transports. CCA provides Critical Care training through recognized programs for medics that qualify. Standard technology employed by medics at CCA includes 12 lead, capnography, ventilators, triple channel pumps, dopplers and CPAP.
Community Care Ambulance’s service area is located in beautiful North East Ohio in the Eastern Suburbs of Cleveland along the Lakeshore of Lake Erie between Cleveland, OH and Erie, PA. Community Care Ambulance currently operates out of three independent bases of operation: Ashtabula (Corporate Offices), Middlefield and Lake. Community Care Ambulance is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1994 by a collaboration between University Hospitals and ACMC, a Cleveland Clinic affiliate hospital, with the goal of fulfilling a need for quality medical transportation services for North East Ohio communities. Community Care Ambulance has grown from a single county provider to now providing services and dispatching over 40 units to a 5 county region; and staff has tripled!
Essential Skills required to be a successful Paramedic with Community Care Ambulance are: excellent clinical skills with the ability to communicate effectively through radio communications and email, teamwork, prioritization and problem solving.
Qualified candidates will provide skilled patient care. Valid Ohio Driver’s License and current ACLS CICP card is preferred. Dependable work history required.
Competitive wages and benefits package as well as multiple shift schedules and opportunities for training are available to the qualified candidates selected to join our team.
Interested candidates should mail, fax or email resume to the attention:
Michael Sass MBA, SPHR
Director of Human Resources
Community Care Ambulance
115 E 24TH Street
Ashtabula Ohio 44004
CCA is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Washko & Associates, LLC is currently working with Community Care Ambulance to improve operational effectiveness, efficiency and reliability through the introduction of formalized production model EMS concepts and approaches with the goals of balancing Patient Care, Employee Well-being and Financial Stability.