Our culture is one whereby employees learn, help and care about one another every single day.
The pride everyone has in their job, and amazing care we give our patients, is why great people come to work at On Time.
I really enjoy visiting our facilities and making our patients happy when they pet me. I am lucky to be working at On Time since I love the people here and love my job.
I have worked with On Time for well over 10 years and from the staff to the vehicles everything is professional and organized. The staff are compassionate and they go above and beyond for their patients. On Time is impressive in every area from Dispatch to it's Specialty Care Transport Team all professionals with the clinical experience to ensure the best pre-hospital care.
You can work you way up the career ladder by being present, asking questions, and not being afraid to try something new. EMS is a constant learning experience every day.
EMS is not a scary field. It's an awesome stepping stone to gain experience and get your foot in the door for anything in healthcare.
My tenure while working at On Time has been extremely rewarding personally and professionally. While I have been successful in moving up within the company from EMT to Equipment Coordinator, to Dispatcher, to Scheduling Manager, I still love getting out and interacting with the clients and patients as often as possible. Throughout my time, I have met many amazing customers and patients who genuinely appreciate the top notch service On Time provides. I have learned many people's stories and been privileged to meet many people from all different walks of life.
I’ve been around the block working with other NJ ambulance companies in the past, and I can tell you from experience that On Time really has their things together compared to other places. They have rewards that other companies don't offer. They value their employees and they’re constantly promoting from within --- something I haven’t seen anywhere else much.
I am very proud to say that I was the first female driver hired by On Time in 1990. I left briefly for school but came back in 1994. I have held many different roles throughout my 20+ years, including driver, accounts payable, payroll, office support, Customer Service and Billing. Currently, I am the Director of Customer Care. Daily we hear from patients and their families about how we as a company have been able to impact their lives in a positive way. Very little can compare to that kind of feedback. We take a great deal of pride in doing our jobs well and ensuring that our patients get the safest, most cost effective transport each and every time. I am lucky enough to say that I have worked with many of the same people for 10 years and more, some even longer. Over that time it has been an honor to watch my coworkers grow and develop, some taking on even more challenging roles within the company. We all feel very deeply that taking care of our patients is the key to our success.
I have been in the healthcare field for the past 38 years, I’ve had opportunities to work in many areas. As 911 EMS, and EMT, and a paramedic, then as a nurse in the emergency room level 1 trauma and the cardiac cath lab. Having said this I see all sides of the SCTU/BLS transport service. I am very happy to be part of the on time team. On Time provides the staff with monthly in services and quality equipment that allows us to provide high level quality care to our clients.
The environment is inclusive. The support is there. I wouldn't be able to support my team if leadership wasn't supporting me. Everyone has an opportunity to speak and be heard.
ON TIME has given me the opportunity to meet some really nice people and develop friendships along the way. It truly is a "family" environment.
The growth opportunities are here. All you have to do is want it and show what you learned along the way. If there is a job opening and you want to apply, On Time will give you an opportunity. They love to see their employees grow.
In 1990 I started On Time with one station wagon and two wheelchair vans in my mother's basement. During our 25 years I have worked with some amazing people who put their hearts and souls into making On Time one of the premier medical transportation companies in the tri-state area. I can't thank them enough, and am truly lucky to still have many dedicated employees, who work hard each and every day, in what has become a much tougher business.
A career in EMS is a great place to start. You'll become experienced in so much you'll have many healthcare career options available. It's up to you what that next step will be.
I've been with the company since 1996. My experience working at On Time has been great. I really enjoy working with the people and talking to the case managers. I have built quite a relationship with them over the years. It's a delight talking to the clients over the phone and taking care of their transportation needs. It gives me such great joy when they call and they can tell when I'm smiling through the phone. They know that I'm putting their needs first.
There are growth and development opportunities available with ample room to grow. Understand the experience you'll learn in the field and how that will shape your career.
As someone who has had four orthopedic surgeries and three periods of physical therapy in my lifetime, I have been able to relate and empathize with clients that are dealing with the pain and uncertainty of their injuries and rehabilitation. There have been several occasions where I have offered support and encouragement to clients.
I have also transported many special needs children, and kids with home life issues. As a musician, I have performed at various children’s facilities, both voluntary ad through grants. Overall, I feel fortunate to have a job where I have a sense of purpose.
I have been a nurse for On Time for over a year now, I enjoy the people I work with. The job is challenging and enjoyable.
Every day brings new patients, experienced, and opportunities to learn a lot about the EMS field and areas of medicine I never considered before.
Working as an EMT has given me a lot of clinical experience. From observing the nurses work at the hospitals and knowing this is what I could do someday, it prepares me in the field with patient care.
I certainly have been with On Time since the beginning. I've watched my son and his hard working caring employees (especially Susan ) grow the company to the professional transportation company it is today. I used the service of On Time when I was a nurse case manager and always was secure they would do a good job. The feedback I would get from my patients was always very positive. I started working for On Time in 1997 ( it was supposed to be part time ) and now 18 yrs. later I can say I've thoroughly enjoyed all my different positions at the company. I've always had an outside position, Manager of Business Developement, Quality Assurance Manager, and now Pet therapy and the best part is seeing our great staff doing their job in the field and hearing the praise from all the patients we transport. It's a great place to work and I'm proud to be a part of it .
The healthcare industry is a lot less scary once you're in int. Practice, never assume, and make your physical and mental health a priority. Enjoy what you do.
What you're doing is helpful and relevant, so you're not just collecting a paycheck. Especially if you're a nursing student, it's definitely something you should lo into. You could end up on a truck working with a nurse, gaining experience, and learning from them. Yes, the protocols and levels of care are different, but it's relevant.
Whether you want a foot in the door of the EMS world or want a break from the 911 jobs, this is the place to be.
I've seen people that started working here and in seven months become a Field Training Officer. It's You in Motion and Caring in Motion exemplified.