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Solo Century paramedic responds to two New Year’s Eve collisions

While many are free to busy themselves with celebrations during any given holiday, professionals in emergency medical services respond to crises, transport patients to treatment, and keep people under their care or watchful eye safe. These efforts inspire the adage “EMS never takes a day off.” On New Year’s Eve, Century Ambulance Paramedic Shane Crawford [...]

By |March 29th, 2017|BRAVO! Fwd, Patient Care, Personnel|1 Comment

Recipients of annual Art McDonald Scholarship announced!

Century's Deanna Moore was among this year's recipients of the Art McDonald Educational Scholarship. Each applicant was asked to write an essay, detailing their aspirations to excel in the field of healthcare. In Deanna's essay, she explains how much being a part of EMS has taught her. In the coming years, Deanna hopes to become [...]

Video: Century envisions its future as EMS and logistics leader

A series of town hall meetings were recently held at each Century station, where everyone had a chance to discuss the company's vision of the future. In these meetings, attendees were able to watch the new Vision to Reality short film, detailing the Mission Statement, Operating Values and the C.A.R.E.® program. For those who were unable to [...]

Century readies for service as Columbia County’s 911 provider

Continuing its expansion in the field of emergency medical transportation, Century Ambulance has been named the 911 EMS provider for Columbia County, FL. Century Market CEO John Glover had this to say about the recent development: "Our team is privileged and humbled to have the opportunity to serve the citizens of Columbia County as its 911 [...]

Century crew members find feline to make the best of a tragic situation

In the midst of dire circumstances, Century Ambulance crew members ensured the safety of six people involved in a motor vehicle accident and then went one big step further to help improve a painful situation. Century’s Jane Hair and Thomas Ricks responded to a call for mutual aid following an accident, which resulted in the passing [...]

By |August 29th, 2016|Community, Patient Care|2 Comments

CAS Crew Diary: the day I learned how to be a great paramedic

By Amanda Slater My name is Amanda. I am a paramedic in Lake City, Fla., and I have a story I would like to share. It won’t be exciting or action packed. It also won’t involve blood, traumatic injuries to patients, or me saving someone’s life. What it will be is a small glimpse into [...]

By |April 26th, 2016|Patient Care, PT-1 CREWS DO IT BETTER Fwd|1 Comment