National Travel Paramedic

Fall in love with EMS all over again. Experienced paramedics who are ready for a change and looking for adventure will find a new home as a traveler with clinician-owned Best Practice Medicine. Explore the country for assignments typically lasting 90 days supporting EMS systems of all kinds. Our travel paramedics enjoy real financial freedom working regular schedules on a 911 ambulance. Earn a living that reflects your willingness to learn new systems, work at the top of your scope of practice, and connect with others.

About you and the role

You are the definition of flexible, thoughtful, and humble, the three universal traits desired of all new EMS partners. Experience taught you that medicine is practiced differently almost everywhere. Mentors and your commitment to lifelong learning foster your curious nature and ability to listen more than your speakers. Mistakes, failures, and role models shape your ego to the perfect balance of aggressive humility.

We are actively recruiting and priority considerations will be given to candidates with the following Paramedic Licenses:

  • Oregon (1 position, start date of 10/4)
  • Georgia (6 positions, start date TBD)

Basic Qualifications

2+ years of busy 911 system paramedic experience

National Registry Paramedic

AHA ACLS, PALS, BLS, (PHTLS preferred)

Current Immunizations (MMR, Hep B, TDAP)

Negative TB test within the last 12 months

COVID Vaccination (or waiver)

Two (2) references within the previous 12 months of employment

Preferred Qualifications

10+ years of busy 911 system paramedic experience

Average work tenure three years

Multiple instructor ratings

Undergraduate degree

Background and Character check capable

Application Process Transparency - Goal complete in 5-8 days

Initial application videos and resume reviewed

Credential uploads and verification (you upload your certs to the application)

Video Phone Screen with our Lead Recruiter

Hiring Manager interview (scheduled with one of our Operations Managers)

Decision made (offered position, deeper background, or disqualified)

How travel paramedicine works

BPM supplies high-value low friction travel paramedics to ambulance services in need of short-term staffing support. Assignments are generally ninety days up to one year. Travelers work and integrate into the system's schedule, clinical expectations, and are under the day-to-day supervision of the client's team. To qualify as a travel paramedic candidates must complete an intensive screening and testing process. In general travel paramedics who earn a spot on the team will have to opportunity to accept three to four multi-month of assignments per year.

Working Conditions

Work is performed in both indoor and outdoor conditions in a non-smoking environment. Requires lifting up to 70 pounds and carrying up to 50 pounds. BPM does not discriminate.

Classification: Part-Time, Non-Exempt
Reports to: Operations Managers
Location: United States
Pay: Assignment and experience specific