North Central EMS Careers
North Central EMS was founded in 1986 by Fisher-Titus in order to provide 911 services to the Norwalk and Milan areas. Today, we provide services in Norwalk and the surrounding communities with locations in Milan, Monroeville, and other surrounding areas that are listed below. Together, we work to provide our communities with the care and assistance that they need, while also helping each other learn and grow.
Looking for an EMS career near Norwalk, Ohio?
We know that you want more than just a job. You want a career that will give you the resources to grow personally and professionally. At North Central EMS, we are dedicated to giving you the head-start you need in your EMS career, or helping you complete necessary trainings to attain higher levels in the paramedic field. One of opportunities is the Paramedic Scholarship Program. This program provides financial assistance to the employees of North Central EMS who are eligible to complete education for their Paramedic Certification.
Not sure which position is the right fit for you? View the drop down tabs for summaries of each position to learn more.
Class A Paramedic
A paramedic travels with a team to emergency medical situations and will assess and administer treatment to patients on-site. They will determine if the patient needs to be transported to a medical facility and if they do, they will provide treatment on route to the hospital. They will administer procedures such as CPR and will work to keep patients stabilized until they get to the hospital. With their advanced training and knowledge, they can administer medications to patients that the other EMTs cannot.
An EMT-A travels to emergency and non-emergency situations and provides patients with basic and limited advanced pre-hospital care and treatment. They work as part of a team to ensure that patients receive the care that they need on-site and in transport to the hospital if they need to go to one. If needed, they are allowed to administer fluids and some medications to patients.
An EMT-B travels to emergency and non-emergency situations and provides patients with basic pre-hospital care and treatment. They work as part of a team to ensure that patients receive the care they need on-site and in transport to the hospital if they need to go to one.
Drivers provide transportation services for patients traveling to doctor’s appointments, physical therapy, or other medical treatments.
A dispatcher will answer and log incoming emergency and non-emergency calls. Then, depending on the situation, they will ensure that the caller receives either the information that they need, or the proper response team.
Why North Central EMS?
North Central offers multiple benefits, including:
• Medical & Dental Insurance
• 401(k) Match
• Paid Time Off, which begins to accrue immediately
• Paid Parental Leave
• And More!