We recognize that Veterans bring a unique skillset to the workforce — leadership abilities, mission-driven values and the ability to thrive in challenging environments. Those are the skills we're looking for at GMR.
Passion. Commitment. Purpose.
An EMS career will provide you with the opportunity to use your unique skills while making a difference in your local community. GMR is hiring across our family of solutions with the opportunity for career advancement. On this page, you can hear from some of our Veterans and learn how they used their military skills to transition into a career in EMS.
Honoring our Veterans
GMR is a founding partner of the National Medal of Honor Museum, which serves as the only national institution dedicated to the extraordinary stories and legacies of Medal of Honor recipients.
Put your Civilian Career on the Fast Track.
GMR is proud to partner with Camp Liberty to provide military veterans with the opportunity to transition into a career within Emergency Medical Services. Camp Liberty’s free, four-week training allows individuals to train with other military veterans from all branches in a highly immersive, residential environment. Upon completion, all graduates will have a job waiting for them within GMR.
Start your path to continue your service to others at Camp Liberty. For more information, please email email@example.com
Your Future in EMS
We Proudly Salute Veterans.
Veterans have a passion for serving others. See how Chief Pilot Tim Jenkins and Communications Manager Tiffiny Mallett-Daniel have successfully transferred their military skills into a career in EMS
Meet Our Veterans
We’re committed to hiring veterans and love to hear how they translated their military skills into a career with EMS
United States Army Reserves
Dwayne McDuffie joined the U.S. Army Reserves after the events of 9/11. He's still serving 20 years later and bringing what he's learned in the military to his civilian role.Read more
U.S. Air Force
From being sworn in the Air Force on 9/11 to serving as an AMR Supervisor in St. Louis, Missouri, learn how Jason Talbot’s military experience helped pave the way for an enduring career in EMS.Read more
United States Army National Guard
In January of 2023, Don Lines will retire from the Tennessee Army National Guard after 22 years of service. He was a combat medic for six years and has spent the last 16 as a helicopter pilot, a role that he also performs with distinction in civilian life as a base pilot for Air Evac Lifeteam.Read more
Read more about Veteran Caregivers making an impact. Hiring Heroes Stories.
Join Our Team of First Responders
With more than 35,600 employees, Global Medical Response is the industry-leading air, ground, specialty and residential fire services and managed medical transportation organization in the country. Our caregivers are part of extraordinary stories every day. We’re looking for EMS professionals who want to make a difference. If you want to be part of our story, apply today.
We value the professionals who work for our organization and offer competitive benefits including:
- Healthcare. Medical, dental and vision coverage
- Life Insurance. Basic life insurance for employees and their family members
- Retirement. Company match 401(k) retirement savings plan
- Education. Education assistance, comprehensive training and continuing education programs