Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)/Paramedic
Includes, but not limited to: Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT); Nationally Registered Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (NRAEMT); Nationally Registered Paramedic (NRP)
- Degree: Certificate.
- Education: Graduate from an accredited NREMT program.
- Certification: Possess and maintain certification as an NREMT, NRAEMT, NRP from the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) or applicable state EMT certification.
- Experience: One year of experience as an EMT, NREMT, NRAEMT or NRP after graduation.
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- Provide a full range of EMT services within the MTF and supported geographical area.
- Maintain proficiency in the operation of the ambulance radio equipment.
- Monitor and operate ambulance radio equipment as required by the circumstances.
- Provide the patient with the necessary and appropriate medical care, consistent with ambulance equipment and supplies, and personnel certification, training, and experience during transport.
- Control and properly dispose of all medical waste incurred during transport.
- Conduct routine restocking, cleaning, and disinfection of the vehicle, equipment, and supplies. Ensure the ambulances are safe to operate, sanitary, and properly functioning.
- Document all treatment provided to the patient during the patient transport.
- Rapidly stabilizing the patient, according to Advance Life Support (ALS) protocol and EMS written protocols.
- Lift, place, and deliver patients to the receiving destinations for medical care. Place patients on monitors, administer needles, IVs, oxygen, or dressings. Carry patient records or baggage/belongings to the destination for patient care. Redress patient’s wounds.