AMR Clark County offers both emergency and non-emergency medical transport services for Vancouver, Washington, and neighboring cities like Battle Ground, Ridgefield, and La Center. With an employee count of about 126 paramedics and EMTs, AMR Clark County manages an average of 30,000 calls per year. The teams within AMR actively engage in numerous advanced medical technology studies. Presently, the operation is actively participating in a study by the Resuscitation Outcome Consortium, aiming to improve outcomes for patients experiencing cardiac arrest.
AMR Clark County takes pride in its commitment to fostering diversity and inclusion among its workforce.Their excitement is evident in the announcement of their Diversity Recruitment Scholarship program, which grants two financial scholarships covering full tuition, course fees, and textbooks. Program graduates will attain licensure as Washington EMTs with the opportunity to further their education and become Washington paramedics. They can complete a Paramedic Certificate or an Associate of Applied Science Degree (AAS) in Paramedicine with a 36-month commitment to AMR.