“My job is an opportunity to serve others during the worst day of their life using the knowledge and experience others have been patient and generous enough to teach me.”
What is your role at LifeSave?
Flight Paramedic, Honolulu Medical Base Manager
How long have you been with LifeSave?
I’ve been with LifeSave KūPono since April 2018 with the transition from AMR Air.
Describe your job.
My job is an opportunity to serve others during the worst day of their life using the knowledge and experience others have been patient and generous enough to teach me. My job is a reflection of all of my mentors, family members, and friends. My job represents not just myself, but everyone around me, because we are a team and I’m never alone.
What are your hobbies?
Surfing, hiking and eating
What is your favorite restaurant?
You can always find me in my Grandma’s kitchen
What is one thing on your bucket list?
To ride a lawn mower
What is your hidden talent?
I can hold a soda can with my shoulder blades
If you could tell your younger self one thing, what would it be?
Spend as much time with family and friends as you do at work… I’m still working on this one.
What do you like most about being a part of LifeSave?
I enjoy being part of a growing company with the opportunity to serve my community.
What is the best advice you have ever been given?
Some of the best advice was from my Grandparents, “Travel while you’re healthy, eat heavy, and die happy.”
Where is the best place you have ever been?
The best place is always coming home to paradise… sorry, Kansas!
Meet Josie: Communication Specialist, Ground Transport Technician
"I love the people I work with and being part of helping critical patients get the care they need."
Meet Kristin: Personnel Manager
"I’m lucky to be able to say that in my current position, I have the opportunity to talk to all departments of LifeSave Transport and LifeSave KūPono. Basically my job is to take care of people’s needs, in many areas, and help bring on more staff as necessary and then help them with their needs."