We Live in the Communities We Serve
We’re a part of the communities we serve. Scout leaders, soccer coaches, business owners – AMR is made up of your friends and neighbors. We contribute to the well-being of the cities and towns where we work. Because they’re our home, too.
We touch the lives of more than 3,400,000 patients every year as we provide emergency care, non-emergency medical transportation and mobile healthcare services in more than 2,100 communities in 40 states and the District of Columbia. AMR is also the primary emergency response contractor for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
- AMR Medicine – This program promotes our evidence-based patient safety programs.
- CARES program (Cardiac Arrest Registry to Enhance Survival) – This national program tracks sudden cardiac arrest survival rates in communities.
- AMR World CPR Challenge – We’ve trained more than 183,000 people in potentially life-saving compression-only CPR during our annual event at locations across the world.
- Local Training – We also hold regular CPR training for communities across the areas we serve, training tens of thousands more people throughout the year. We understand the benefits of bystanders performing compression-only CPR before first responders arrive, and we want to train as many people as possible.