EMT Basic / EMT Advanced / Paramedic

  • Marshall Medical Centers
  • Guntersville, AL
  • Nov 24, 2022
Technician

Job Description

MMC North · Ambulance Services Guntersville, AL Professional Full Time, Days, varies Posted 09/14/2022 Req # 5519 JOB SUMMARY FOR BASIC EMT, ADVANCED EMT, PARAMEDIC:   A EMT Basic is a highly specialized health care professional who responds to medical and trauma emergencies in the pre-hospital (out-of-hospital) environment for the purpose of stabilizing and transporting the patient to an appropriate medical facility by ambulance.   An Emergency Medical Technician -Basic is the initial level of training for EMTs. EMT-B skills include CPR, first aid, airway management, oxygen administration, spinal immobilization, bleeding control and traction splinting. EMT-Basics are also trained in use of the pharyngeo-tracheal lumen ("PTL") or CombiTube advanced airway adjuncts, and the activation of aeromedical assets.   EDUCATION: Graduation from an ADPH approved Basic Program LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION:  Licensure by the ADPH as a Basic Valid Alabama motor vehicle operator’s license        Must maintain ADPH Credentialing   A EMT Advanced is a highly specialized health care professional who responds to medical and trauma emergencies in the pre-hospital (out-of-hospital) environment for the purpose of stabilizing and transporting the patient to an appropriate medical facility by ambulance.   An Emergency Medical Technician -Advanced is the level of training between Basic (EMT-B) and Paramedic. Intermediate is a level of training that allows several more invasive procedures than are allowed at the basic level, including IV therapy, endotrachael intubation, use of cardiac monitors/ECGs,  and provides for enhanced assessment skills. EDUCATION: Graduation from an ADPH approved Advanced Program LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION:  Licensure by the ADPH as an Advanced.              Valid Alabama motor vehicle operator’s license    Must maintain ADPH Credentialing   A Paramedic is a highly specialized health care professional who responds to medical and trauma emergencies in the pre-hospital (out-of-hospital) environment for the purpose of stabilizing and transporting the patient to an appropriate medical facility by ambulance.   Paramedics function under the authority and indirect supervision of a physician, both through standing protocols (off-line medical control) or through direct physician consultation.   EDUCATION: Graduation from an ADPH approved Paramedic Program LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION:  Licensure by the ADPH as a Paramedic.   Valid Alabama motor vehicle operator’s license Must maintain ADPH Credentialing

Schedule

Full Time, Days, varies