Our Team

As a nonprofit community service, our organization is committed to providing the most compassionate, highest level of clinical care available to the patients, communities, and facilities we serve. With over 700 team members, Medstar is one of the largest EMS and mobile health organizations in Michigan.

Our commitment to our personnel is based on the premise that if we take care of the people who take care of the people, our organization will succeed and grow. We recognize that our team members in all departments have challenging responsibilities and invest significant amounts of their lives into the services that we provide in the communities and facilities that we serve. By providing our team members with the best wage and benefits package in the region, the newest and safest equipment in the industry, and the most comprehensive education and training available, we create an organization-wide commitment to compassionate, clinically advanced care, and safety in every response and interaction.

As we grow to meet increasing demand from new 911 communities, as well as our growth within our stakeholder healthcare systems, we welcome skilled and compassionate EMS providers to join our team. To apply, click here.

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5 hours ago

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Just a cute little goose family stopping by our Clinton Township station.

Photo courtesy: Jeannie Reicher
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2 days ago

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It's a boy! Paramedics Rich Bird and Michelle Aho, and EMTs Robert Swan, Corey Pierson, and Damion Harmon earned stork pins for delivering a healthy baby boy on April 1 in Bay County. We're happy to report mom and baby are doing well. Incredible teamwork, Rich, Michelle, Robert, Corey, and Damion! We wish all the best to mom and baby! ...

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3 days ago

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A patient's wife contacted us to thank Paramedic Rachel Thomas and EMT Dan Rapp for delivering excellent patient care to her husband. The patient's neighbor called for help when they found him unresponsive in his living room. After an assessment and interventions, the patient regained consciousness and was transported to McLaren Macomb.

Way to go, Rachel and Dan! This family is extremely appreciative of your quick assessment, treatment, and transport.
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