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Top Emergency Medical Service Coordinator Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an emergency medical service coordinator. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of emergency medical service coordinator resumes they appeared on. For example, 32.5% of emergency medical service coordinator resumes contained patient care as a skill. Let's find out what skills an emergency medical service coordinator actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Emergency Medical Service Coordinator resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Performed patient care by working two (2) 24 hour shifts per week or more in various environmental situations.
  • Provided training to our hospital nursing staff in areas of patient care and HazMat/Bio Terrorism awareness and operations.
  • Provide case review sessions to monitor quality of patient care.
  • Assisted MDs and RN team in ensuring optimal patient care of inmates and daily functioning.
  • Presented data to practice management/medical directors and made suggestions to increase practice revenue by implementing patient care measures.
  • Developed working relationship between US and German military along with civilian organizations for training and patient care.

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2. EMS

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Here's how EMS is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Coordinated and enacted the first EMS coloring contest for the North Central Connecticut Regional council to heighten children's EMS knowledge.
  • Serve as a resource for EMS service operations; orientation, mutual aid agreements, rules and laws, etc.
  • Served in various command roles in the Health Care Agency Emergency Operations Center and the EMS Department Emergency Operations Center.
  • Monitored emergency radio transmissions for adherence to EMS protocols and proper medical direction of EMS staff.
  • Served as liaison between EMS field providers and hospital to ensure adherence to medical protocol.
  • Served as on scene operations manager providing triage and mass casualty EMS implementation when necessary.
  • Oversee, organize and manage grant programs for 300 EMS agencies and service medical directors.
  • Served as the Interim Operations Coordinator for 6 months prior to the EMS Manger position.
  • Organized and set up all facility helicopter and ambulance transfers through EMS Services/Fire Dept.
  • Coordinate EMS resources in times of Mass Casualty Incidents, disaster or mass gatherings.
  • Review and recommend resources to promote collaboration between EMS providers and ED nurses.
  • Assisted with pediatric education of VA, MD, and DC EMS jurisdictions.
  • Serve as agency head of a county government based EMS system.
  • Facilitate public meetings with the Bonner County EMS Advisory Board.
  • Prepared for and obtained State accreditation for the EMS program.
  • Developed and implemented EMS System for Level l Trauma Center.
  • Provide assistance to county EMS agencies with recruitment and retention.
  • Coordinated all training activities for the Maui EMS Training Center.
  • Charge of EMS operations and BLS crews and certification.
  • Audit all medical records and coordinate EMS training activities.

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3. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Provided first response services which included bandaging wounds, administrating oxygen, and administering CPR
  • Transported patients to appropriate medical facilities Accomplishments multiple CPR saves Delivered 2 children
  • Administered CPR and other emergency medical treatment during emotionally stressful situations.
  • Awarded Wilderness First Aid Certification and CPR certification by American Heart Association
  • Assisted with advanced airway establishment and CPR during emergency procedures.
  • Performed CPR and emergency medical procedures with paramedics when necessary.

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4. Hipaa

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Here's how Hipaa is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Designed policies and procedures for successful implementation of HIPAA regulations.
  • Led the planning, organization, execution, and analysis of coding, billing, HIPAA, and OSHA audits.
  • Use EMR software to manage patient records and files; reinforce and uphold patient confidentiality as required by HIPAA and clinic.
  • Make sure Physician Assistants, Medical Residents, Fellows and Medical students follow institutional patient safety regulations and are HIPAA compliant.
  • Developed and maintained a database driven ASP website with SQL Server 2000 connection with secure HIPAA compliant client access.
  • Promoted staff professional growth by requiring 10 hours per year of education; gained familiarity on HIPAA requirements.

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5. Pre-Hospital Setting

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Here's how Pre-Hospital Setting is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Functioned as a fully qualified EMT-Paramedic, Pre-Hospital Emergency Medical Care
  • Provided Pre-Hospital Emergency Care and transportation to the appropriate Medical Center within the New York City 911 System.
  • Responded to Emergencies Performing Complete Assessments in the Pre-Hospital Setting.
  • Provide internal technology management of various levels, creating various applications to enhance operations and patient care attributes in pre-hospital setting.
  • Render pre-hospital emergency medical care as part of a two-man ambulance and perform other related emergency services duties as required.
  • Provide care for patients in medical or traumatic emergencies in the pre-hospital setting-Quickly prioritize patients needs based on assessment findings

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6. RN

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Here's how RN is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Position: I have acted as a private RN consultant to a myriad of facilities (Acute/Sub Acute/Rehab/SNF).
  • Worked as RN LTSS Coordinator Northern VA/Tidewater performing service coordination and medical management for members enrolled in MMP/LTSS program.
  • Reduced RN staff turnover rate and maintained to less than national and company rates.
  • Provided teaching/training for RN and MA staff.
  • Managed Medicaid team comprised of licensed RN's and paraprofessional staff.
  • Provided TPN nutrition with PEG tube under direct RN supervision.

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7. Emergency

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Here's how Emergency is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Coordinated emergency response and preparedness activities which included participation in exercises, drills, and evacuations.
  • Treated and transported medically ill and traumatically injured patients in emergency and non-emergency situations.
  • Participated in emergency exercises to build awareness in WCU community of probable disasters.
  • Developed and managed coordinated emergency response team in conjunction with local law enforcement.
  • Participated in emergency planning involving the Department and external agencies and stakeholders.
  • Employed prior to hospital opening-organized and opened new facility and emergency department.
  • Developed standards for functioning within the system for Emergency Medical Technicians.
  • Participated as a member of the hospital emergency preparedness committee.
  • Insured adequate supplies available for emergency medical use.
  • Managed the Emergency Medical Service Medical Control Program.
  • Assisted Program Coordinator with Emergency Medical Technician examinations.
  • Assist the Emergency Management Coordinator with disaster preparedness.
  • Responded to emergency and non-emergency ambulance requests
  • Responded to emergency calls and provided immediate care to the critically ill and injured; transported to medical facility.
  • Serve as Shift Commander with senior responsibility for fire, rescue, emergency medical, and hazardous material incidents.
  • Meet with all police administrators that will be bringing individuals under Mental Hygiene Arrest to the Psychiatric Emergency Department.
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as airway management, blood pressure monitoring, during ambulance ride.
  • Assist the Director and Bonner County Commissioners in developing and implementing the Bonner County Emergency Medical Services System.
  • Established 2 special response teams; an Emergency Response Team and a Level A Hazardous Materials Response Team.
  • Coordinated county issued State certification of emergency medical technicians (EMT) and Orange County EMT accreditation.

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8. Emt-B

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Here's how Emt-B is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Provide emergency medical care according to EMT-B level of established Maryland protocols.
  • Responded to emergency calls as EMT-B for university emergency services
  • Performed responsibilities capable of an EMT-B
  • Respond to emergency situations as requested by private parties for transport to emergency rooms, as per NY State EMT-B protocols.
  • Maintain all required state and county certifications/license that pertain to the position of EMT-B as listed in certifications and licenses below.
  • Organized efforts of EMT-B staff, maintaining needs for in-hospital emergencies, as well as, ambulance dispatches and transfers.

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9. Infection Control

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Here's how Infection Control is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Followed infection control procedures and administered medications to seniors.
  • Schedule all students for health, Infection Control, Security, and Library processing.
  • Update Employee Health and infection Control policies.
  • Updated the Girling Health Care Infection Control Manual to incorporate the 2005 CDC changes.

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10. Life Support

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Here's how Life Support is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Fulfilled the role of an EMT-Basic, with responsibilities of running a Basic Life Support Unit.
  • Worked special events held by city and Rose Bowl conducting basic life support medical care.
  • Planned and managed initiative to transition from Basic to Advanced Life Support department.
  • Provided Advance Life Support - including pre-hospital evaluation, treatment and stabilization of the critically ill and injured.
  • Provide private transportation between medical facilities for patients who require basic life support and critical care support with proper medical professionals.
  • Provide basic life support, which may include airway management, ventilation, cardiopulmonary resuscitation and use of an automatic defibrillator.

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11. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Reviewed medical records and gave recommendations to determine if claimants were medically disabled in accordance with Social Security Administration regulations.
  • Documented daily in electronic medical records, produced reports for clinical general audits and daily reports for interdisciplinary team.
  • Managed laboratory, medical maintenance, medical supply, medical records and pharmaceuticals of the hospital.
  • Complete comprehensive medical charting following patient transport to document medical assessment information and injury details for inclusion into patient medical records.
  • Monitor quality of data between medical records and the electronic management information systems.
  • Maintained medical records and filed and documents all medical related information regarding inmates.

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12. Hospital Staff

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Here's how Hospital Staff is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Provide emergency care to patients as necessary, transport patients to receiving facility, communicate with hospital staff, maintain ambulance condition
  • Responded to emergency medical incidents; provided patient care; collaborated with hospital personnel to promote patient health and safety.
  • Investigate unusual circumstances reported by hospital personnel, visitors or patients, and prepare reports on security and safety incidents.
  • Maintain excellent communication with hospital staff * Emergency care & management of patients * Make quick lifesaving decisions administer medication.
  • Utilize effective communication between various personnel including dispatch centers, law enforcement authorities, firefighters, and hospital staff.
  • Reported detailed medical history, vitals signs and other pertinent patient information to hospital staff during patient delivery.

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13. Medical Supplies

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Here's how Medical Supplies is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Manage contract negotiation for durable medical supplies.
  • Manage medical supplies and equipment, and conduct cyclical inventory for medical supplies/equipment.
  • Research, inventory and order medical supplies to minimize budget impact while maximizing medical support and training efficiency.
  • Restocked and replaced used linens, blankets, and medical supplies Maintained ambulance in efficient operating conditions
  • Fit medical supportive devices, followed patient infectious observation procedures, inventoried medical supplies and instruments.
  • Monitored expiration of medical supplies and medications.

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14. ALS

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Here's how ALS is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Respond to ALS and BLS Emergencies ALS, BLS and Critical Care Transports Rendered First Aid Care
  • Assist ALS personnel to perform electrocardiograms, provide intravenous therapy, specimen collection
  • Responded to 911 emergency calls, performed patient assessments, treated patient complaints, and assisted firefighter paramedics with ALS treatments.
  • Care was performed at the BLS level and ALS could be contacted for treatment & transportation at the EMT's discretion.
  • Instruct all classes as directed by the NREMT scope of care, to involve state specific ALS interventions for the EMT.
  • Assisted paid Fire Medics with BLS and ALS to the ill and injured patients utilizing all basic and advanced medical knowledge.

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15. Fire Department

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Here's how Fire Department is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Maintain computer files documenting officer and fire department affairs.

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16. Public Safety

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Here's how Public Safety is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Provided regulatory oversight of competitive processes (RFP) developed and conducted by public safety agencies.
  • Collaborated with key regional partners to develop a response plan that identifies public safety.
  • Perform as a Public Safety Officer on campus to assure as safety campus environment.
  • Promoted team effort when working with dispatch center, external public safety agencies and health care providers.
  • Organize, coordinate, educate and train people for public safety and first responders.

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17. Protocols

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Here's how Protocols is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Realigned infrastructure with new policies and procedures to attain compliance with regional protocols, including redefining staff training requirements.
  • Updated medical protocols with medical sub-contractor office manager.
  • Provide exceptional care to patients within the protocols established by NYS Dept.

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18. Clinical Staff

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Here's how Clinical Staff is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Supervised LPNs and Clinical staff.
  • Advise clients on a continuing basis regarding performance of devices and communicate relevant clinical information.
  • Participated in the planning, development, maintenance and evaluation of clinical information systems.
  • Presented clinical information and analysis of physical measurements including sleep, heart rate, blood pressure and sugar levels.
  • Assist affiliate physicians and clinical staff in understanding the relevance and need to standardize care for this clinical initiative.
  • Served as the only supervisor for nurses and assistants and did all the scheduling of clinical staff.

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19. Medical Facility

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Here's how Medical Facility is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Transported patients to a medical facility using the most expedient route while observing traffic ordinances and regulations concerning emergency vehicle operation.
  • Prepare patient for transportation to appropriate emergency medical facility while providing first aid measures to stabilize and alleviate further injury.
  • Provide routine and/or advanced life support to stabilize victims of acute injury/illness before and during transportation to a medical facility.
  • Follow up on emergency medical care administered while transporting to the medical facility to properly monitor patient s condition.
  • Responded to emergency calls, providing basic life support treatment to patients and transportation to appropriate medical facility.
  • Provided emergency care and transport to appropriate medical facility and provided medical facility with written and verbal reports.

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20. Medication Administration

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Here's how Medication Administration is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Dispensed medications as directed after obtaining medication administration certification.
  • Employed timely and accurate documentation on each resident s Medication Administration Record.
  • Ensured that patients receive necessary assessments, education, labs, medication administration/protocol and monitoring as prescribed.
  • Completed inpatient medical ward indoctrination course which included medication inventory, medication administration, and proper medication recording
  • Lead a three-member EMT crew in which we performed paraprofessional procedures that include intravenous therapy/splinting/suturing/medication administration.
  • Provide monthly Medication Administration Records for facility.

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21. Medical Education

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Here's how Medical Education is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Performed ancillary tasks with Graduate Medical Education office.
  • Facilitated organizational wide continuing medical education projects, seminars, conferences using community, facility, physicians, and vendor resources.
  • Remained knowledgeable and up-to-date on continuing medical education in health care by attending conferences and personal education.
  • Managed the operation of the Graduate Medical Education Department, Continuing Medical Education and Institutional Review Board.
  • Develop medical education strategy and review spontaneous unsolicited educational grant requests as part of grant committee.
  • Developed and conducted continuing medical education seminars for physicians practicing in outlying hospitals.

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22. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Interviewed prospective clients, obtained patient histories, performed physical examinations, measured and recorded vital signs, and administered injections.
  • Provided basic care which included vital signs, hygienic and nutritional care to children experiencing a variety of medical-surgical health alterations.
  • Performed specific protocol procedures such as interviewing subjects, taking vital signs, and performing electrocardiograms.
  • Collaborated with paramedics and assisted in assessing nature of illness/injury, taking vital signs and performing required medical procedures.
  • Communicated with patients, acted as patient advocate, monitored vital signs and transported patients to necessary medical facility.
  • Conduct patient assessment to including but limited to vital signs, demographic documentation, and insurance documentation.

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23. Responder

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Here's how Responder is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Certified First Responder and EMT-Basic.

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24. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Maintained a quality, customer service oriented environment designed to provide protection and safety for personnel, property and assets.
  • Provide emergency services to multiple municipalities, inter-facility patient transports, customer service., documentation of medications and pt.
  • Performed and assisted multiple minor outpatient procedures while providing optimal care and quality customer service for all patients.
  • Provide emergency medical services under highly stressful emergency conditions while providing quality customer service and report writing.
  • Provide high quality emergency and non-emergency medical care and transportation to patients while providing exceptional customer service.
  • Provided customer service including receiving visitors, receiving deliveries and maintaining records of staff and visitors.

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25. EKG

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Here's how EKG is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Monitored cardiac conditions and EKG readings, and communicated pertinent information to medical hospital staff for optimal patient care services.
  • Operate equipment such as EKG s, external defibrillators and bag-valve mask resuscitators in advanced life-support environments.
  • Provided formal and informal education to fellow employees regarding EKG analysis, pharmacology, and medical biochemistry.
  • Assisted Paramedics with intravenous fluid replacement and EKG placement and monitoring.
  • Worked under Pressure with paramedics during EKG monitoring and emergency interventions.
  • Performed EKG, vitals, and blood draw for patients.

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26. Blood Pressure

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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Helped write the EMS-C grant and the VMMC grant for Blood pressure screening.
  • Attend clinics and health fairs in various locations to take blood pressure readings and promote health and care in the community.
  • Collect vital sign information to include blood pressure, heart rate, respiratory rate, temperature, height and weight.
  • Monitored patient blood pressure and heart rate with appropriate equipment to ensure patient's status was suitable for any procedure.
  • Completed extensive training course to perform CPR, administer oxygen and monitor blood pressure of patients in critical condition.
  • Monitored vital signs, such as blood pressure, pulse, oxygen saturation, blood glucose levels and temperature.

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27. CME

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Here's how CME is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Monitored and developed departmental budget; supervised credentialing specialists; worked closely with CME Coordinator.
  • Oversee the documentation processes for all CME events sponsored by Children's to ensure TMA and ACCME criteria are met.
  • Trained CME committee members, course directors and coordinators in accreditation requirements and ACCME's Standards of Commercial Support.
  • Developed CME policies and procedures, forms, website and needs assessment surveys.
  • Organized an active and engaged CME committee composed of physician and hospital leaders.
  • Act as a regional liaison between medical professionals and CME needs and requests.

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28. Medical Equipment

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Here's how Medical Equipment is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Researched, selected, and purchased all advanced medical equipment, including cutting- edge cardiac monitor.
  • Contributed to the discussion and making recommendations for certain medical equipment standardization across the entire Department of Defense.
  • Supervised medical equipment purchasing programs and oversaw operations to ensure timely follow up and accurate materiel receipt.
  • Provided training for hospital and community organizations in insurance reimbursement and more effective use of medical equipment.
  • Reorganized and maintained the emergency room medical supplies while continuously resupplying medical equipment ensuring 100% efficiency in providing patient care.
  • Operate medical equipment such as cardiac monitors, automated external defibrillators, and bag-valve mask resuscitators in advanced life-support environments.

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29. IV

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Here's how IV is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Provided cardiac monitoring, initiated IV therapy, administered medications, and contacted medical facility for further treatment orders.
  • Trained in airway management, suctioning patients, monitoring non-medicated IV infusions, securing and maintaining immobilization devices.
  • Optimized customer health and survival ratings, accurately administering drugs and performing IV protocol under physician direction.
  • Performed basic procedures, which included: placing peripheral IV line insertion, performing and interpreting electrocardiograms.
  • Maintained airway/peripheral IV insertion, performed CPR/AED, administered pharmaceutical agents, and transported.
  • Performed advanced airway management procedures, IV therapy, and pharmacological interventions.

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30. Hazardous Materials

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Here's how Hazardous Materials is used in Emergency Medical Service Coordinator jobs:
  • Conducted Hazardous materials awareness for hospital personnel.
  • Trained in the handling of hazardous materials and pursued further opportunities for professional development - certified as an emergency medical technician.
  • Job responsibilities include medical emergency response and any other rescue, hazardous materials incidents, and other public assistance requirements.
  • Performed duties pertaining to comprehensive application and applicability of firefighting, hazardous materials operations, and emergency medical services.
  • Responded to hazardous materials incidents involving train derailment, overfilling and damaged rail cars releasing hazardous materials.
  • Directed or participated in rescue operations; operation of fire communications equipment; and controlling hazardous materials.

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Online Courses For Emergency Medical Service Coordinators

One of the best ways to acquire the skills needed to be an emergency medical service coordinator is to take an online course. We've identified some online courses from Udemy and Coursera that will help you advance in your career. Since emergency medical service coordinators benefit from having skills like patient care, ems, and cpr, we found courses that will help you improve these skills.

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20 Most Common Skill For An Emergency Medical Service Coordinator

Patient Care32.5%
EMS18.5%
CPR6.7%
Hipaa5.5%
Pre-Hospital Setting4.8%
RN4.5%
Emergency3.4%
Emt-B2.9%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Emergency Medical Service Coordinator

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Patient Care
Patient Care
32.5%
32.5%
2
2
EMS
EMS
18.5%
18.5%
3
3
CPR
CPR
6.7%
6.7%
4
4
Hipaa
Hipaa
5.5%
5.5%
5
5
Pre-Hospital Setting
Pre-Hospital Setting
4.8%
4.8%
6
6
RN
RN
4.5%
4.5%
7
7
Emergency
Emergency
3.4%
3.4%
8
8
Emt-B
Emt-B
2.9%
2.9%
9
9
Infection Control
Infection Control
2.4%
2.4%
10
10
Life Support
Life Support
2.3%
2.3%
11
11
Medical Records
Medical Records
1.8%
1.8%
12
12
Hospital Staff
Hospital Staff
1.6%
1.6%
13
13
Medical Supplies
Medical Supplies
1.4%
1.4%
14
14
ALS
ALS
1.4%
1.4%
15
15
Fire Department
Fire Department
1.3%
1.3%
16
16
Public Safety
Public Safety
1.1%
1.1%
17
17
Protocols
Protocols
1.1%
1.1%
18
18
Clinical Staff
Clinical Staff
1%
1%
19
19
Medical Facility
Medical Facility
0.9%
0.9%
20
20
Medication Administration
Medication Administration
0.9%
0.9%
21
21
Medical Education
Medical Education
0.7%
0.7%
22
22
Vital Signs
Vital Signs
0.6%
0.6%
23
23
Responder
Responder
0.5%
0.5%
24
24
Customer Service
Customer Service
0.5%
0.5%
25
25
EKG
EKG
0.4%
0.4%
26
26
Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure
0.4%
0.4%
27
27
CME
CME
0.4%
0.4%
28
28
Medical Equipment
Medical Equipment
0.3%
0.3%
29
29
IV
IV
0.2%
0.2%
30
30
Hazardous Materials
Hazardous Materials
0.2%
0.2%

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