Despite its devastating impact, Hurricane Michael couldn’t knock out Century Ambulance’s operations in Bay County, Florida, where the ambulance transport provider remains hard at work as the region recovers. Now Century Ambulance is looking to infuse its operations with a hiring push that will bring in ambulance drivers, emergency medical technicians (EMTs) and paramedics for the road ahead.

Century Ambulance’s hiring campaign is a signal of its continuing commitment to Bay County, where it first opened a station last year in Panama City. Despite losing one of its two stations in Panama City to storm damage, Century Ambulance is looking to expand its local team and presence.

While EMT and paramedic roles provide prospective Century Ambulance employees with excellent opportunities for professional experience and growth, the ambulance driver position offers individuals looking to enter a new field the chance do so without emergency medical services experience. One can join Century Ambulance as an ambulance driver, take advantage of the company’s scholarship program to attain an EMT license, and continue a career path in EMS that includes many advancement opportunities.

No experience is necessary to secure an ambulance driver position in the State of Florida. Prospective ambulance drivers must be at least 18 years old, have a clean driving record and background, and share Century Ambulance’s friendly approach to customer service. All required training for the ambulance driver position is provided by Century Ambulance.

As Century Ambulance, its professionals and the community push forward together, interested individuals can take a step toward securing a spot on a growing team by completing an online application at