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Community EMS, a Southfield-based ambulance and consulting company, has begun pilot testing a mobile health initiative to use paramedics and telemedicine to assess the health of chronic disease patients who develop non-emergency health problems.

The pilot is viewed as a way to reduce costly hospital readmissions and unnecessary visits to emergency departments.

"When a patient is discharged from a hospital to home or long-term care facility and they have a chronic illness, many things can trigger a patient being sent back to the hospital," said Greg Beauchemin, CEO of Community EMS.

To accommodate our rapid growth, Community EMS is now hiring licensed Paramedics. We are offering walk-in interviews to all qualified Paramedics, with a $500 signing bonus available if hired.


  • Valid Driver’s License and over the age of 21 (insurance requirement)
  • Valid EMT-P License
  • Current and active CPR Certification
  • Must pass a criminal background check
  • Must pass a driving history check
  • Must pass the drug screen

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Scott and White EMS logoTEMPLE, Texas — (February 6, 2013) Scott & White Emergency Medical Services (EMS) celebrated its move into their new headquarters at 505 North Third Street which was once home to the Temple Fire Department. As a result of growing demand and the expansion of the fleet, Scott & White EMS recognized the need to better facilitate care for the community and its patients.

“Our call volumes and transports have, and continue to, increase each year, so we had to expand our capability to meet that growing demand and prepare for the future,” said Charles Pearson, EMS Director.

The 10,576 square-foot facility was built in 1964 and recently underwent more than $500, 000 in renovations which were completed in January 2013. On January 24, EMS officially moved into the building, which consists of three ambulance bays, a dispatch center, living quarters for EMS personnel, administrative offices, and accommodations for other EMS fleet vehicles.

Lincoln Park City Council voted unanimously Monday to award a contract for ambulance services to HealthLink Medical Transportation Services, one of Michigan’s fastest growing non-profit EMS providers.  Under the terms of the contract, HealthLink will provide continue to provide basic and advanced life support to the city of Lincoln Park without a stipend.  HealthLink has been the choice for ambulance service in Lincoln Park for over 15 years.  

With the rapid weather changes over the past few days, the road conditions have been increasingly unpredictable during the daily commute.  A few hours ago, ambulances from Community EMS, HealthLink, Beaumont Medical Transportation and DMCare Express were dispatched in response to a mile-long pileup on I-75, involving as many as 35 vehicles and 6 semi trucks.  Nine of our ambulances were dispatched to the scene to assist the Detroit Fire Department.  

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Ambulance Services:

• Mobile Intensive Care (MICU)
• Advanced Life Support (ALS)
• Basic Life Support (BLS)
• Bariatric Transport

Non-emergency services:

• Event Standbys (available 24/7)
• Non-Emergency Transportation (NEV)
• Lab / Courier Service

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If you are interested in visiting our corporate headquarters, we’re located at:

25400 West Eight Mile
Southfield, MI 48033

For more information about our transportation services, please contact one of our Account Representatives at (248) 356-3900.