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Lower Cape Ambulance Association was started in 1937, when a group of local residents from Provincetown, Truro and Wellfleet, formed the organization to provide transport to Cape Cod Hospital. The first ambulance was donated by Truro Fire Chief Magee and his wife.
In the ensuing years, a lot has changed, we continue to service Provincetown and Truro but Wellfleet has gone to a full time fire rescue squad. Medical techniques and training have advanced, the need for Emergency Medical Services continues to grow, and technology continues to evolve creating the need to upgrade equipment to provide the highest level of care.
Today LCAA transports almost 1000 patients each year to Cape Cod Hospital, we respond to hundreds more local area rescue calls, we employ a staff of 20 full time paramedics and emt’s and we own and operate two advanced life support ambulances. We are a nonprofit organization contracted with both Provincetown and Truro to provide 24 hour a day year round EMS transport services. Our staff is well known to the community, many are members of the local rescue squads and fire departments.
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EMT/PARAMEDICS Lower Cape Ambulance is seeking qualified Paramedic for immediate full time employment. Lower Cape Ambulance is seeking to hire additional per diem EMT/Paramedic staff. Candidates must have current Massachusetts EMT/Paramedic certification, CPR and driver’s license, Paramedics also need ACLS and CIEMSS authorization to practice. 2 years experience preferred. Per diem work is dependent on availability. Competitive wages, based on experience. Please submit resume to: EMS Supervisor, PO Box 1721, Provincetown, MA 02675 no later than January 31, 2016
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