Citizens’ operations are managed by Ambulance Service Management Corporation (ASMC). We are committed to providing a safe and comfortable working environment for all of our employees. Our facilities include well maintained medic units, as well as the most cutting-edge equipment.
Certified Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
An individual who is trained to provide emergency medical services and is certified as such by the Department of Health in accordance with the current national standard curriculum for basic emergency medical technicians as set forth in the rules and regulations promulgated by the department.
Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic (EMT-Paramedic)
An emergency medical technician specifically trained to provide advanced life support services who is certified as such by the Department of Health in accordance with the current national standard curriculum for emergency medical technicians-paramedics as set forth in the rules and regulations promulgated by the department.
Immediate Response Personnel (IRP)
Immediate Response Personnel (IRP) are certified EMTs who answer calls from their homes or places of business in order to enhance the response to rural areas during medical emergencies. IRPs are dispatched simultaneously with the ambulance to provide initial care at the scene.
Transport Van Drivers
Citizens’ Ambulance Service provides non-emergency medical transport services. Men and women who are over 21 years of age drive clients to and from medical appointments. Transport Van Drivers are required to be professional, offer excellent customer service, demonstrate a high regard for safety, and have the ability to drive a large (wheelchair accessible) van, as well as the physical capability to lift, bend, stoop, push and sit for extended periods of time.