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What does it mean to be a Phoenix

 "You need a Heart of Gold, an abundance of COMPASSION and an unrelenting drive to help shape people's lives for the better"

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Vision Statement:

"Providing, at minimum, the industry standard of care to our communities and customers by creatively and compassionately engaging our staff to be successful, while revolutionizing the deployment practices within the EMS industry"

Safety

Courtesy

Advocacy

Efficiency

What our employees say...

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Private Leighann Ellis, RN/EMT-B 

“ I am honored to say I am Phoenix. I get to work in a field where my passion is the same passion provided throughout the company. I am able to excel and learn new skills with the support of a great leader who I have the honor to work with. Phoenix is making great strides and is at the forefront of Emergency Medicine and providing many new avenues to the communities it serves.”

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Specialist Dock Henry, CAPCR1

"Working for Phoenix has been a life changing experience. I now have an extended family that cares about me not as a peer or employee but as a person. I know that if an issue arises in my life either personal or professional that the leadership of Phoenix will show compassion and understanding and will help me work through that issue. Its more then just a job its a family."

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Specialist Nick Cunningham, CRS

"I have had several "jobs" in the past and Phoenix is not a "job" it's a company. Phoenix is a company that has shown me compassion when I needed it the most. The leadership at Phoenix has shown me that there are still companies that truly care for and value their employees. Phoenix has become an extended family by guiding me through obstacles both personally and professionally."  

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Lt. Rick Jefferies, EMT-B

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Golden Feathers

Our Latest Golden Feathers, presented to those that exhibit our "Common Purpose" in Uncommon Fashion.

Engineer Jason Padgett, Specialist Doc Henry, Specialist Nick Cunningham and Lieutenant Cheyenne Wuebker were awarded the most recent Golden Feather award for recognizing the need for housing in our community for people struggling with homelessness secondary to the Covid Pandemic. Starting on a Holiday, the team created a new Homeless Shelter within 5 days and ran the shelter everyday through the holiday season and into 2021.  

A Project like this does not happen without strong partners, this team was able to create a 6 agency collaborative to help manage this shelter within those same 5 days. 

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