Cataldo Ambulance is hiring Chair car drivers, EMTs and Paramedics
Cataldo Ambulance Service, the largest 911 emergency response provider in Massachusetts, plans to add 100 additional EMTs and paramedics over the next several months.
“This push to accelerate our hiring process is designed to meet increased demand,” said Kevin Turner, COO. “As the fastest growing Mobile Integrated Health provider in the state, we are excited to offer opportunities in this newly emerging health care field. As first responders, our crews are some of the everyday heroes on the front lines of the current health crisis.”
All positions include flexible schedules, multiple health insurance options and advancement opportunities. Cataldo offers 24 base locations across the Greater Boston area and North Shore.
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Cataldo Ambulance Service has been providing services to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center since 2007.
Cataldo Ambulance Service
Cataldo is the largest certified Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD) Resource Center in Massachusetts, providing EMD services to 11 communities and serving 20 communities as a 911 responder. In addition to providing state of the art EMS field services to patients, Cataldo collaborates on community health and wellness initiatives. Active in the communities served, Cataldo maintains a presence on numerous, local chamber boards, and in membership organizations focused on wellness and healthcare. Founder, Dennis Cataldo, serves as president of the Massachusetts Ambulance Association, an organization actively promoting policy efforts designed to drive excellence in patient care across the state.