There’s no doubt there’s a strong market for ambulance services, but what’s it like?
And what’s the best ambulance service in the country?
Here’s our guide to the best paramedics in the land.
Jan Care Ambulance Service: £50,000-£60,000 per year, two years’ service, full-time, no fixed-term contracts The Jan Care ambulance service provides rapid response and urgent medical care in rural communities across Northern Ireland.
They offer first aid, life support, medical evacuation, emergency medical services and trauma care.
They also provide life-saving equipment for injured and dead people.
They are the second most-used ambulance service within Northern Ireland, behind the Royal Northern Ireland Ambulances Service (RNIS).
There’s a £50-£70,000 annual contract, meaning the average person would need to take three years out of their career to retire.
They can also provide ambulance services for people who are on temporary sick leave, and are eligible for the National Health Service (NHS) pension.
The service is based in the Borders and can also be used within the North West of the island.
JanCare can also help people in rural areas, including people who have been homeless for more than two years, and people who’ve lost an arm or leg to road traffic.
The company has been awarded the prestigious Health and Safety Executive (HSE) award for the highest quality service.
There’s also a £60,00 annual contract for a one-year commitment, which covers the first 12 months of service.
Royal Northern Irish Ambulates Service: Around £80,000 to £100,000 a year, one year of service, two-year contracts, full time, no-fixed-term contract The Royal Northern Ambulations Service (RNIAS) is the largest ambulance service based in Northern Ireland and covers over 100,000 people in Northern Irish communities across the island of Ireland.
RNIAS can also deal with ambulance emergencies in rural Northern Ireland where the majority of emergency services are based.
They have a £80-100,00-a-year contract, covering two years of service for people working in rural, semi-urban, remote areas.
There are three different types of ambulance services that can be provided.
There is an immediate response service which includes medical evacuation and medical evacuation services, ambulance-borne emergency services, life-support and other types of support.
The ambulance service can also offer a two-step response service, which includes ambulance-trained paramedics and medical teams.
There can also also be a three-step ambulance response service.
The first step is an emergency medical team (EMT) who will be available for people needing assistance with the initial hospitalisation, and then a team of medical support and ambulance services can arrive within a matter of minutes.
This will allow the team to administer a number of first aid and medical evacuations, including first aid to the victim, and to a medical team.
This is called a non-invasive first aid (NIFSA) team.
The NIFSA team will then be on-site with the patient and provide life support to assist with the recovery process.
A three-stage response is also available for those who are at higher risk of a fatal injury or illness.
RSIAS have been awarded both the ‘A’ and ‘B’ category for the Health and Social Care Information Service (HSCSIS) award, which recognises their dedication to patients and to their service.
Ambulant Ireland: £65,000 annually, full year contract, no contracted time contract, two or three years, full salary, no time limit A lot of ambulance drivers and ambulance service providers are based in Ireland, but there are a number that also operate in England and Wales.
The Royal Ambulancy Ireland (RHI) ambulance service has been established in the late 1970s and has been one of the largest ambulances in Northern England since the 1990s.
RHI is based at the city of Belfast and has over 20,000 registered drivers.
There were more than 7,000 vehicles registered for the service in 2013, with another 1,200 in 2014.
They operate at a cost of about £65 million per year.
The RHI’s main aim is to provide ambulance and medical services to people who need them most, and this has led to a number contracts with a variety of organisations.
The main reason why they’re so successful is because they’re highly trained and have an experienced team of drivers.
They’re also very professional.
A full year of work can cost anywhere from £65-£65,00, depending on the type of service and the type and severity of injury.
They’ve also had some very successful contracts, such as the £10.7 million contract they secured for the London Marathon, and the £7.5 million contract that the company won with the BBC for a medical