How is the pay out there for a basic? I have to re-do my NREMT as well since it's lapsed, so I'm debating just doing medic here for NR and then getting licensed there.List of their locations.
I know the Rochester location is busy with transfers. If you want a to try the Metro area. HCMC ambulance is now hiring. Metro area pays the best in MN. The farther you move out the wages decrease and on-call time increases.
I just interviewed with them. Im sure some of what they said was fluff, but it sounds like a pretty solid operation compared to what I am used to. They have a pretty large scope for EMTs and they expect them to be involved in pt care and not just "drivers". I was told the salary is negotiable and DOE. Just looking through their benefits package they have some pretty good medical to offer.
Is your heart set on southern Minnesota? Are you paramedic? Almost everyone in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area is looking for paramedics. I work for a service that is suburban and rural. We start new medics at 23.00 and will pay for years of experience.So, a little over 4 years later. I'm hoping someone can provide a little more information on the Mayo Clinic Ambulance service and just general ambulance operations in southern MN. I'm looking to relocate from out of state and want to get a better idea of what kind of system I'd be walking into.
Does the one organization provide a livable wage or is there any available supplemental income oppurtunities?
Part of me would love to move to Minnesota and work there. Not sure I could convince my wife if it....Is your heart set on southern Minnesota? Are you paramedic? Almost everyone in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area is looking for paramedics. I work for a service that is suburban and rural. We start new medics at 23.00 and will pay for years of experience.