EMT RECRUIT

PAID TRAINING PROGRAM

Mobile Healthcare

Advanced Equipment & Technology.

Vial of Life

Emergency medical information, designed to provide pertinent details if you can’t.

Forward Thinking

Patient Experience, Safety, & Technology Like No Other.

We Support Our Veterans

We proudly employ and support our veterans.

HAVE AN EMERGENCY? ALWAYS DIAL 911

SERVICES

American Ambulance provides a full range of emergent and non-emergent medical transportation services by highly-trained professionals in order to ensure safe, quick, and compassionate patient care.

TRAINING

We have a professional educational service that offers high-quality training courses. Our unwavering standards and dedication to each student’s success benefits not only the student but the people they will care for.

BILLING

Our diligent billing department always ensures patients’ private information stays protected, aims for accuracy in the billing and insurance process, and serves as a resource to answer any questions a patient may have about their bill.

A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT

Michael Aliano – President/CEO

It is hard to put into words what the men and women of American Ambulance sacrifice in order for them to be the professionals they are, the time spent away from their families including hours on the job and in continuing education. They often find themselves on the road when everyone else is told not to be and they do this nights, weekends and holidays. I hope you appreciate them as much as I do. The men and women of American Ambulance are truly Dedicated, Professional People, Committed to Excellence, Caring for You.

Are you a CT Paramedic or EMT and looking for a change? We're looking for dedicated professionals to join our team! American Ambulance is committed to the people we serve, the communities we ...work within, and to our team members. We offer flexible full and part-time schedules, generous benefits and continuing education. To learn more about these opportunities and how you can help us help others, visit http://ow.ly/Mo9C50MEPKP
#americanambulance // #paramedic // #emt

January is National Blood Donor Month and is often a period of critical blood shortages. People stop donating blood during the holidays and when they get sick during cold and flu season. Blood drives... can also get snowed out during the winter months. Help ensure that this lifesaving resource is readily available to patients during this time, your donation is needed today to help ensure patients get the treatment they need. Be a hero, your cape awaits!
Visit https://www.redcrossblood.org/ to make an appointment today!
#SaveALife #GiveBlood #AmericanRedCross #NationalBloodDonorMonth

Whether it’s snow, sleet or ice, winter weather can cause dangerous road conditions. Preparing yourself for driving in winter weather is key to avoiding car crashes. Give yourself extra time on ...your commute and slow down. It’s harder to control or stop your vehicle on a slick or snow-covered surface. On the road, increase your following distance enough so you’ll have plenty of time to stop for vehicles ahead of you. Don’t crowd a snow plow or travel beside them. Snow plows travel slowly, make wide turns, often stop, overlap lanes, and exit the road frequently. If you find yourself behind a snow plow, stay far enough behind it and use caution if you pass the plow. And always remember to avoid risky driving behavior. Do not text or drive distracted, obey posted speed limits, always drive sober, and wear your seat belt.
#WinterWeatherDrivingTips #StaySafe #AmericanAmbulance

Take the first step in your healthcare career through our EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) Recruit Program, and get paid to train with our team. Upon successful completion of the 7-week program, ...join our team as a fully qualified, full-time EMT with American Ambulance Service, Inc.. Learn more from graduate Brendan Paone-Hart at http://ow.ly/O9ha50MwwH9 and apply today!
#EMT #HealthcareCareer #AmericanAmbulance #AmericanProTraining

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. strove for equality during the modern civil rights movement; he was a world leader focused on change and progress. A change-maker through his actions and his words, Dr. ...King personified service. Celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. King and his commitment to civil rights through actions of your own that will help make his dream a reality. “The time is always right to do what is right.” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
#MLKDayOfService

We are thankful to hear of the speedy recovery of Buffalo Bills player Damar Hamlin after suffering cardiac arrest on the football field last week. The quick medical response in administering CPR by ...trained professionals nearby was vital to his recovery. American Ambulance Service, Inc. team members' speed and skill in responding to emergencies make a difference in our community every day. If someone experiences sudden cardiac arrest, it is essential to start CPR within minutes. Although emergency personnel sends help as quickly as possible, if CPR is not started quickly, it could lead to brain injury and even death. You can increase the chances of survival by performing CPR before EMS arrives. Don’t wait to learn the skills to save a life. Our team at American Professional Educational Services, Inc. offers CPR classes; sign up today at http://ow.ly/sEpi50Mn6zK
#SaveALife #CPR #EveryMinuteCounts

January is National Blood Donor Month and is often a period of critical blood shortages. People stop donating blood during the holidays and when they get sick during cold and flu season. Blood drives... can also get snowed out during the winter months. Help ensure that this lifesaving resource is readily available to patients during this time, your donation is needed today to help ensure patients get the treatment they need. Visit https://www.redcrossblood.org/ to make an appointment today!
#SaveALife #GiveBlood #AmericanRedCross #NationalBloodDonorMonth

After 31 years of service (almost 32), Vice President of Billing Barry Wojtcuk is retiring from American Ambulance. Barry started with our team as an EMT with a background in nursing home ...administration. Working in operations and organizing public educational events, Barry advanced to become our Facility and Government Liaison, where he also worked with state legislators on topics important to all in EMS. He then stepped in to manage billing and has served in that role for the past 18 years. Please join us in wishing Barry the very best in his well-deserved retirement, you will be missed!

We are feeling festive as we count down to Christmas. What do you love about this time of year?
#ChristmasCheer

The American Ambulance and American Professional Educational Services team supported our Pink T-shirt fundraiser by wearing pink as part of their uniforms during Breast Cancer Awareness Month in ...October. Proceeds from this, the Jeans Fund, and employee donations totaling $1,000.00 are being donated to @The ECHO Cancer Foundation in Norwich. ECHO provides supportive services, guidance and education to cancer patients and their caregivers. Thank you to our team members for supporting people in our community affected by breast cancer.
#ThankYou

Our dedicated EMT professionals, Ethan Howard and Jennifer Fontanez, provide daily safe, quick, and compassionate patient care. We are proud of our team's positive impact on our community's... health and appreciate their service! If you are considering a healthcare career, take the first steps now and get paid to train with our team through our no-cost program to become an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). Upon successful completion of the 7-week program, gain full-time employment with American Ambulance. Apply today at http://ow.ly/7bPh50LWnjH
#EMT #HealthcareCareer #AmericanAmbulance #JoinOurTeam #CERA

This Thanksgiving, we are #grateful for our EMS professionals and support teams who care for our communities.
#HappyThanksgiving #GiveThanks

Please join us in congratulating Steve Stenhouse as he celebrates 25 years of service with American Ambulance! Steve also recently obtained his Connecticut paramedic license.
#AmericanAmbulance ...#25Years #Congratulations

On any given day, approximately 50,000 traffic incident responders work roadside to restore safe travel after traffic incidents. All 50 states have a “Move Over” law to help reduce the danger for... first responders. The guidelines are straightforward: move over, and if it’s not safe to do so, slow down when approaching emergency and non-emergency vehicles stopped on the sides of the highway. This Crash Responder Safety Week, we remind drivers to do their part to protect those who protect you.
#RoadsideHeroes #SlowDown #MoveOver

After 38 years of service (almost 39), EMT Supervisor Marvin Hassell has decided to retire. Marvin has been a fixture here at AASI and has worked countless hours on the road and in the office. AASI ...would not be where it is today if not for his involvement over these many years. We will undoubtedly miss Marvin. However, his retirement is well deserved. We wish you the best; enjoy!

During this Crash Responder Safety Week—and every week—slow down and move over when passing traffic incidents. Traffic incident responders have families waiting for them to arrive home ...safely.
#RoadsideHeroes #SlowDown #MoveOver

The 4-hour National Traffic Incident Management Responder Training course teaches every first responder how to safely and quickly clear traffic incidents. This Crash Responder Safety Week, get TIM ...trained at https://ops.fhwa.dot.gov/tim/training/ Whether your role is emergency medical services, fire and rescue, law enforcement, public works, towing or transportation, you are our #RoadsideHeroes

Questions? We would love to assist you in any way possible. Call us at 860.886.1463 or use the “Contact Us” form below. If you have an emergency, always remember to dial 911.

SERVICE AREA

Proudly Serving Eastern Connecticut Since 1972

American Ambulance Service, Inc. covers the following Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Life Support (ALS) Primary Service Areas (PSA):

BLS

  • Griswold
  • Ledyard
  • Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation (Foxwoods Resort Casino)
  • Norwich

ALS PSA (full or partial ALS)

  • Bozrah
  • Canterbury
  • Colchester
  • Franklin
  • Griswold
  • Lebanon
  • Ledyard (partial)
  • Lisbon
  • Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation (Foxwoods Resort Casino)
  • North Stonington
  • Norwich
  • Plainfield
  • Preston
  • Salem
  • Sterling
  • Voluntown

 

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Our service continues to find new and innovative ways to serve our community and patients. American Ambulance maintains rigorous standards of excellence, which are benchmarks not only at American but within the greater EMS community. Today, the American family has over 200 members.

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