Post Acute Medical

Transportation Specialist (FT) - Tulsa LTACH

Job Location US-OK-Tulsa
PAM Specialty Hospital of Tulsa, a Post Acute Medical Hospital
Regular Full-Time
# of Openings


Transportation Specialist

FT Days

Post Acute Medical is committed to being the most trusted source for post-acute services in every community it serves by utilizing experienced and dedicated staff to provide high quality patient care and customer service. With over 42 Long Term Acute Care and Rehabilitation Hospitals and 16 Outpatient Clinics currently in operation across the country, we are proud to offer services including comprehensive wound care, aquatic therapy, ventilator weaning, amputation treatment, pain management and much more.

Joining our PAMily allows you to work in a collaborative environment with colleagues and leadership with exposure to a variety of patient care levels. Aside from our competitive pay, generous paid benefit time, and excellent insurance options, you will also have opportunities for professional growth through our Education Advancement Program.

We are excited to learn more about you and hope that you consider joining us on a shared mission to improve the lives of others by being an integral part of our We Care Program. Please take a moment to visit us online at for a comprehensive look at how we're able to positively impact our local communities.

Post Acute Medical is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 


The Transportation Specialist provides safe transportation for individual clients in vans provided by the hospital.


Education and TrainingMinimum of high school diploma or equivalent and completion of driver education course from an accredited curriculum.

Valid State Driver’s License - Class D.  Current CPR certificate.


Experience:  Must be at least 21 years old (per insurance coverage requirement).  Completion of defensive driving school within last 2 years preferred


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