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ALS, BLS, CCT

The Bay Area’s Premier Ambulance Service

WESTMED AMBULANCE SERVICE PROVIDES FULLY-LICENSED AND ACCREDITED BASIC LIFE SUPPORT (BLS), PARAMEDIC ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT (ALS), CRITICAL CARE RN TRANSPORT (CCT), GURNEY VAN AND WHEELCHAIR SERVICES.

Why Westmed?

Westmed Ambulance Service, a California Corporation, was founded in 1995. Headquartered in San Leandro, California, Westmed’s operations now encompass the entire San Francisco Bay Area, deploying ambulances daily and employing dedicated professionals. 

As a result of our commitment to the needs of our customers, as well as the quality of our employees, Westmed provides ambulance transportation to over 300 different medical facilities in Northern California each year. From our 24 hour Call Center, Westmed provides a one stop opportunity for customers to fill their transportation needs.

Our simple philosophy is to lead the prehospital healthcare industry by providing outstanding customer service combined with the best delivery of healthcare, in as little time as possible.

Training

Don't have an EMT license? 

 

Sign Up for one of our EMT courses at Bay Area Training Academy (BATA). 

5-Week and 8-Week EMT academies in Alameda and Santa Clara County. 

Upon course completion and obtaining an EMT license, all BATA students will receive priority interviews for current job openings at Westmed Ambulance Service. In addition, BATA Student selected for employment at Westmed will receive starting wages between $23 and $28/hour depending on type of shift assignments available, and number of hours/days worked. In addition, all BATA students are eligible for tuition reimbursement if hired. Please inquire with a Westmed recruiter for current tuition reimbursement program details and/or restrictions upon receiving your national registry certification.  

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