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La. EMS seeks to hire 30 EMTs, offers paid training, FT employment upon completion

Acadian Ambulance Service is looking to hire more than two dozen EMS providers in Baton Rouge as part of an accelerated course

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By Rachel Engel

BATON ROUGE, La. — Acadian Ambulance Service is looking to hire dozens of EMTs as part of an accelerated training program.

The seven-week course will start on Nov. 1, 2021, and will be paid for by Acadian, WBRZ reported. Recruits will earn $11/hour while in school, and will begin earning EMT pay upon graduation and passing the NREMT exam.

Approximately 30 applicants will be selected for the program. To learn more and apply, visit:

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