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Amphibious Medics provides occupational medical services support across the United States.
Depending on your needs, we can provide medic services for one location or roving crews that move with your project to several locations.
With the nation’s largest roster of over 20,000 EMS professionals, we are prepared to provide onsite first aid anywhere, anytime. From a single
medic with a jump bag to an entire wilderness 911 system, we can support any operation on a nationwide scale for local pricing.
Amphibious Medics has partnered with SAVI EHS, an environmental, health, and safety consulting firm to provide comprehensive safety services. SAVI EHS's professionals have the experience, expertise, and credentials to deliver the highest level of service. Some of their specialized services include:
Count on Amphibious Medics for projects of all sizes - from a single medic with a jump bag on location, to a complete remote‑site clinic.
Amphibious Medics is America’s largest network of construction medics, industrial medics, event medics, and set medics. Your project or event
will be completely managed by our experienced executive team, who will assemble an Amphibious Medics crew for any of our services.
We're ready for anything – from cuts and blisters to broken limbs or life‑threatening emergencies.
We establish and staff a full-time health and wellness clinic, customized to your needs.
We offer immediate-results onsite testing for one or more drugs.
Amphibious Medics has its own, proprietary incident tracking software to aid our clients in risk management.
Mike – Just wanted to take a moment to say thank you and kudos to your team! Conditions were pretty extreme in NC today, and your guys totally stepped up.
We really appreciate you guys being out here and how hard you work to improve the health, safety, and well being of all workers on site.
I have had nothing but positive responses from the Sarasota County Fire Department personnel that interacted with your staff at the Sarasota Tough Mudder last weekend.