Anyone ever taken a job at Amazon as an Onsite medical rep

Kavsuvb

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Has anyone ever had experience or worked as an Onsite Medical rep for Amazon. I am asking because I am seeing a job ad for one and I am wondering if anyone in EMS has ever worked for Amazon.
 

NomadicMedic

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I interviewed for a position as on-site medical at an Amazon facility in Georgia. The service was contracted through Medcor. It was mostly Occ Health type work. Emergency care was strictly BLS. Lots of OSHA paperwork.

I decided against the job as it sounded mind numbing.

YMMV. Good luck.
 

Rano Pano

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Easiest job I’ve ever had.
Provide first aid and workers comp reports.
 
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Kavsuvb

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Easiest job I’ve ever had.
Provide first aid and workers comp reports.
How was it and what was your experience like working their. Is it worth it as an EMT to work their.
 

PotatoMedic

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I had an EMT friend start there with medcore. Then got a permanent job doing it but employed by Amazon. And now he's a project manager at Amazon working in their pharmacy division.
 

DrParasite

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I know several people who worked EMS and then got jobs as the onsite medical rep. it's mostly paperwork, but pays better than EMS.
 

Medicsince1999

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Medcor, workcare, and others provide a clinic for employees. I know of a lead instructor/ medic working at one. I worked I've worked in one during covid. It's lots of vision test, drug tests, ( urine and breathalyzer. Hearing tests. Medical evaluation for newhires. Pay was good. I could teach CPR/ first aid or EMR to safety volunteers. Occupational health is great. Need rock solid interpersonal skills and will need further classes. Helps if college credits.
 
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