Top Emergency Medical Technician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Emergency Medical Technician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Emergency Medical Technician resumes they appeared on. For example, 13.7% of Emergency Medical Technician resumes contained Patient Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Emergency Medical Technician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Emergency Medical Technician 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 Technician jobs:
  • Designed and initiated treatment plans designed to provide outstanding patient care as per established protocols.
  • Managed and performed patient care for routine medical transports for dialysis and other medical ailments
  • Generated Patient Care Reports after each incident using laptops and specialized computer programs.
  • Transferred patients from one location/hospital to another while maintaining continuity of patient care.
  • Managed a team of emergency medical professionals while providing excellent patient care.
  • Respond to fire and medical emergencies patient care fire operations and maintaining equipment
  • Collaborated with family and other health professionals to provide efficient patient care.
  • Respond to emergency calls and provide exceptional patient care through emergency medicine
  • Provide direct patient care to offenders during classification and intake processing.
  • Take necessary interventions to ensure that patient care was optimally maintained.
  • Provide basic and advanced emergency medical patient care under local protocol.
  • Communicated patient care both verbally and written to necessary hospital staff.
  • Provided patient care according to clinical protocols and safety requirements.
  • Provided careful and compassionate patient care.
  • Completed tasks which included documentation of patient care, daily checks and inspections of vehicles, and completion of station duties.
  • Acted as liaison for Command Medical Staff and patient care during emergencies by organizing the triage of patients and corpse disposal.
  • Complete patient care reports, obtaining documents from patients and facilities; properly secure patients in stretchers and wheelchairs while transporting.
  • Directed patient care under the supervision of Medic crew chiefs and in cooperation with fire services from the White Oak Borough.
  • Maintained patient care until the patient was signed over to hospital personnel, doctor's office, or long term facility.
  • Respond safely to calls, and assist with providing patient care on fire apparatus, ambulance, or quick response vehicle.

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2. Ambulance Transport

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Here's how Ambulance Transport is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Served as Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Coordinated emergent and non-emergent ambulance transport while maintaining positive, courteous and professional manner
  • Provided other medical ambulance transports required or of request in inter-facility area hospital for patients requiring higher level of care.
  • Monitor ill or injured person s condition status and perform any necessary medical interventions during ambulance transport.
  • Center and now in the billing department verifying insurance and medical necessity for non-emergent ambulance transports.
  • Provide emergency first-aid for injured workers and emergency ambulance transport for ill or injured workers.
  • Performed patient care to injured or ill persons and providing ambulance transportation to medical facilities.
  • Operate ambulance transport, while in observance of all traffic ordinances concerning emergency vehicle operations.
  • Provided Basic Life Support for emergency and non-emergency ambulance transports as per company policy.
  • Responded to, assessed, and prepared distressed community persons for potential ambulance transport
  • Volunteered with emergency ambulance corp. Preformed emergency on-site ambulance transport and BLS support.
  • Provided ambulance transportation and BLS care to patients in emergency and non-emergency settings.
  • Provided BLS skills and emergent ambulance transport to residents of municipality.
  • Immobilize patients for ambulance transport using primary and secondary carrying devices.
  • Performed routine non-emergency ambulance transports for hospitals and nursing homes.
  • Provided emergency ambulance transport and medical care for sick/injured patients
  • Conducted monthly assessment to determine ambulance transport eligibility.
  • Operated ambulance transport vehicle with ambulance license.
  • Provide basic life support during ambulance transport
  • Provided ambulance transportation of patients.
  • Assist Paramedic during ambulance transport.

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3. Emt-B

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Here's how Emt-B is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Fire Fighter, EMT-Basic Performed necessary critical physical examinations to assess and treat potentially life-threatening injuries.
  • Provide emergency medical care according to EMT-B level of established Maryland protocols.
  • Assessed performance of EMT-Basic candidates during Practical Skills examination.
  • Performed EMT-Basic/Paramedic skills transporting patients to and from hospitals.
  • Supply management and general responsibilities of EMT-basic.
  • Maintained certifications as required for EMT-Basic.
  • Provide lifesaving treatment as an EMT-Basic
  • 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.
  • Demonstrated robust comprehension of patient care and medical knowledge during my time as an EMT-Basic in a private ambulance company.
  • Organized efforts of EMT-B staff, maintaining needs for in-hospital emergencies, as well as, ambulance dispatches and transfers.
  • Perform BLS as an EMT-B under direction of Solo Paramedic according to established protocols in both transport and non-transport capacity.
  • Functioned as an EMT-basic, providing basic life support to patients as well as taking care of stocking/maintaining ambulance.
  • Licensed EMT-B working under Colorado College Campus Safety during weekend nights, club athletics, and major school events.
  • Provided medical care at the EMT-Basic level while transporting patients to the emergency room or other facilities as necessary.
  • Provided EMT-B patient care services on a BLS ambulance for 9-1-1 responses within the fire company response areas.
  • Assisted in the Training of new employees Challenged the EMT-B board test in Texas to get my Certification.
  • Employed as EMT-B to provide basic life saving services and monitoring patients being transported within hospital medical protocol.
  • Appointed as crew EMT-B and exhibited great work ethic and fire knowledge to be promoted to squad leader.

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4. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Maintained airway/peripheral IV insertion, performed CPR/AED, administered pharmaceutical agents, and transported.
  • 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
  • Awarded Wilderness First Aid Certification and CPR certification by American Heart Association
  • Administered CPR and other emergency medical treatment during emotionally stressful situations.
  • Assisted with advanced airway establishment and CPR during emergency procedures.
  • Practiced basic emergency procedures to trauma patients including CPR.
  • Performed basic level interventions including CPR, administration of oxygen, spinal stabilization (back boarding), and cleaning/bandaging wounds.
  • Trained non-medical personnel on basic life saving techniques, to include obtaining Intravenous access and Basic Life Support (CPR).
  • Completed patient assessments, splinting, oxygen therapy, medication administration, assisted with IV's, CPR and ALS procedures.
  • Perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), opening a patient's airway so they can breathe, and provide ventilation assistance.
  • Respond to 911 calls for emergency medical assistance, ranging from bandaging a wound to life-saving cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
  • Provided life-saving care to patients, including CPR, resuscitation, basic first aid, clear breathing pathways, and more.
  • Trained and certified 1000+ military personnel in First Aid and CPR yearly while maintaining a bi-annual 100% personal certification rate.
  • Responded to 911 calls for emergency medical assistance, such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) or bandaging a wound.
  • Completed CPR professional course and EMT Basic course in providing first aid and learned protocol for responding to emergency incidents.
  • Key responsibilities include excellent patient care, checking vital signs, administering Oxygen, suctioning, CPR, and AED.
  • Responded to all cardiac emergencies, administered CPR, responded to all trauma calls and effectively treated all trauma patients.
  • Administer medical care to injured people, providing CPR, first aid, as well as other types of care.
  • Volunteer Fire Fighter * Assisted in teaching EMS and Fire Fighting classes * Coordinated and set up a Community CPR program

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5. Basic Life Support

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Here's how Basic Life Support is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • 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.
  • Assess and treat the patient accordingly by delivering basic life support procedures such as airway maintenance or cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
  • Job duties included providing basic life support while assisting higher trained medical personnel while safely transporting patients.
  • Transported patients from medical facilities, rehabilitation centers and residences providing basic life support.
  • Provided basic life support interventions when patient assessment demonstrated such actions were necessary.
  • Perform basic life support and medical supervision while transporting patients to medical facilities.
  • Provided emergency and non-emergency Basic Life Support patient care and transport.
  • Performed basic life support procedures, based upon certification level.
  • Responded to non-emergency ambulance requests for basic life support.
  • Initiated established medical protocols in providing basic life support.
  • Performed emergency medical services and basic life support.
  • Administered basic life support during inter-hospital transports.
  • Provide Basic life support and non-emergency transports
  • Administer basic life supporting medications.
  • Provided basic life support and any intervention needed during transportation of patients in need of care in other types of facilities.
  • Provide basic life support, including patient assessment, airway management, and use of the automatic defibrillator (AED).
  • Provided Basic Life Support (BLS) and assisted Advanced Life Support (ALS) transports of sick and/or injured patients.
  • Provided Basic Life Support, i.e., performed patient exam, administered oxygen, took vital signs, and applied bandages.
  • Provided basic life support and critical care transport to the extremely ill and injured, utilizing a wide variety of techniques.

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6. EMS

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Here's how EMS is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Searched for medical identification emblems as a guide to appropriate emergency medical care.
  • Reported all problems and unusual occurrences immediately to the Lead Paramedic or Supervisor.
  • Operated emergency-transport vehicles and used telephone and radio-communications equipment and systems
  • Created and maintained computerized record management systems and processed data.
  • Fire suppression EMS Rescue operations Hazardous Materials Fire Prevention
  • Respond to dispatched 911 medical emergencies within the FDNY EMS 911 system while operating under the New York State DOH BLS protocols
  • Handle traumatic injuries and medical calls in adverse conditions and mitigate issues that may arise during patient care and EMS operations.
  • Advise personnel about traffic problems, such as construction areas, accidents, congestion, weather conditions, or other hazards.
  • Responded to 911 scene calls in a high-volume urban EMS system known for industry-leading practices and strong interest in field research.
  • Provide high quality BLS and ALS interventions to patients within a high call volume rural/metro EMS system utilizing system status management.
  • Job duties varied from Emergency Medical Care on the Ambulances to working as a Relief Dispatcher for Fire and EMS calls.
  • Used and maintained emergency equipment such as backboards, suction devices, monitors, splints, oxygen-delivery systems and stretchers.
  • Assist with EMS Director functions including billing, reporting, supply ordering, and logistics and attending Fire Board meetings.
  • Provide technical assistance with partner EMS stations by communicating with dispatch, central command, and station chief 7.
  • Respond and attend EMS and Fire calls, and sometimes mutual aid to other Fire Departments when they requested.
  • Maintain work order log and keep supervisors informed of equipment related problems and system program in need of repair.
  • Job Description: Treatment of minor injuries, stabilization of more critical patients until arrival of New Orleans EMS.
  • Aided in the implementation of the EMS system used on military bases in Kuwait, Iraq, and Afghanistan.
  • Provided basic ems care to patrons and other staff members as well as safeguarding all assets for the company.
  • Organize and Instruct ACLS, PALS and BLS course for the hospital and EMS personnel throughout the Upper Peninsula.

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7. Medical Care

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Here's how Medical Care is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Provided medical care to individuals in various emergent and non emergent settings including the University of Utah Emergency Department
  • Responded to a variety of emergency situations, providing prompt medical care including stabilization and transportation to hospital.
  • Rendered emergency medical care and transportation to patients of accidents, victims of assaults and other medical emergencies
  • Performed other duties related to emergency and non-emergency medical care and development of the emergency medical system.
  • Evaluate and assess the medical conditions of inebriated/drug intoxicated patients, provide medical care/medical interventions as needed.
  • Administer appropriate emergency medical care/treatment, obtain patient history, and relay information to medical staff.
  • Performed all duties and interventions for emergency and non-emergency medical care in a timely basis.
  • Provided impeccable emergency medical care in stressful, urgent, and emergency environments.
  • Provided efficient and immediate emergency medical care to ill and injured patients.
  • Represented a local emergency medical transport company and provided emergency medical care.
  • Deliver emergency treatment and/or transportation to a receiving medical care facility.
  • Provided emergency medical care and transport of patients to appropriate facility.
  • Provided critical emergency medical care services to local and nearby communities.
  • Assist paramedic with emergency medical care while safely transporting patients via ambulance
  • Provide medical care and stabilize individuals before transported to a hospital.
  • Provided emergency medical care on ambulance en route to medical facilities.
  • Provide emergency medical care to patients under direction of medical director.
  • Provided quality medical care to patients while safely operating the ambulance.
  • Provide acute medical care and hospital transportation for emergency patients.
  • Provided non-emergency medical care of patients during inter-facility transfers.

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8. Emergency Situations

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Here's how Emergency Situations is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Operate ambulance during emergency/non-emergency situations.
  • Operate company base and mobile radio to communicate with other security personnel and company personnel for regular operations and emergency situations.
  • Responded to emergency situations involving life and death scenarios involving the assessment of critical situations and implementation of life saving strategies.
  • Performed daily inspection of all equipment and communication systems in order to assure 100 percent reliability in emergency situations.
  • Respond to emergency situations and provide life-saving, property conservation and incident stability services during high stress situations.
  • Job duties include, assisting paramedic in emergency situations, emergency driving, vitals, documentation, drug administrations
  • Provided immediate response to emergency situations when needed and provided backup emergency to the Macon-Bibb county area.
  • Facilitated patient care, including critically-injured patients, assisting doctors in response to emergency situations.
  • Provided patient care in emergency situations and safely transported patients to local emergency departments.
  • Maintain proper radio communication with multiple agencies while operating an ambulance under emergency situations.
  • Demonstrated professionalism and solid dedication in protecting and aiding the public during emergency situations.
  • Protect life and property by mitigating emergency situations and providing emergency medical services.
  • Provided advanced medical care to the acutely ill and injured in emergency situations.
  • Respond to emergency situations immediately providing back up to other communities as needed.
  • Transported patients to and from various medical facilities under routine and emergency situations.
  • Trained for emergency situations, interacted with emergency room personnel and provided documentation.
  • Performed as Field Supervisor for emergency situations and Fire Department internal functions.
  • Lead Firefighting team in emergency situations managed & Supervised emergency medical scenes.
  • Evaluated and administered basic life support interventions for patients in emergency situations.
  • Adapted immediately to changing circumstances in emergency situations and established priorities accordingly.

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9. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Conduct patient assessment to including but limited to vital signs, demographic documentation, and insurance documentation.
  • Provided initial medical assessments by recording and evaluating patient vital signs and symptoms of illness.
  • Obtained and documented patient vital signs and symptoms into electronic medical record.
  • Performed diagnostic procedures such as vital signs assessment and cardiac monitoring.
  • Obtained and documented vital signs and placement of oxygen saturation.
  • Obtained medical history and vital signs during medical encounters.
  • Preformed basic patient care including monitoring vital signs.
  • Monitored vital signs, and administered certain medications.
  • Charted vital signs and reported significant conditions.
  • Secured and transported patients on stretcher, in Ambulance, while monitoring their pain, vital signs, and general care.
  • Assist nursing staff on inpatient and/or specialty wards obtaining vital signs; electrocardiograms; blood drawing, and blood glucose monitoring.
  • Assessed a broad range of vital signs such as: pulse, blood pressure, oxygen saturation, obtaining glucose levels.
  • Perform duties such as CPR, bandaging of wounds, administering emergency medications, monitoring vital signs and glucose, etc.
  • Take pulse, blood pressure, and other vital signs to detect deviations from normal and assess condition of patient.
  • Respond to emergency and non emergency calls, vital signs, transport patients, assist other emergency service personnel as needed
  • Collected and documented patient information such as vital signs, chief complaints and history of allergies including family medical history.
  • Checked vital signs and recorded trends in patient condition, making any changes required to ensure patient safety and wellness.
  • Obtain and document vital signs, medical history and other vital information to provide efficient care to the patient.
  • Interacted with patients, took detailed histories, assessed/monitored vital signs, and conveyed patient status to the ER.
  • Obtain and document vital signs, placement of oxygen saturation, cardiac monitoring and non-invasive blood pressure monitoring systems.

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10. Non-Emergency Calls

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Here's how Non-Emergency Calls is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Respond to emergency and non-emergency calls* Perform complete medical assessments and treat and stabilize patient* Patient billing information and patient documentation.
  • Responded to emergency and non-emergency calls for medical assistance and provided medical treatment when necessary -Documented each call for service
  • Used proper radio communication and language during emergency and non-emergency calls and transports.
  • Respond to emergency and non-emergency calls for service as an emergency medical technician.
  • Responded to emergency & non-emergency calls and assisted Boston EMS References available upon request
  • Attended non-emergency calls regarding patients needing transport to a variety of medical facilities.
  • Responded to incoming emergency and non-emergency calls for service with designated territory.
  • Answered and dispatched emergency and non-emergency calls to Emergency Medical Technicians.
  • Work with a Paramedic partner responding to emergency and non-emergency calls.
  • Respond to dispatched emergency and non-emergency calls quickly and safely.
  • Fire suppression, training and education- All emergency and non-emergency calls
  • Transported patients of non-emergency calls including dialysis and hospital discharges.
  • Respond to non-emergency calls and transport patients to requested destinations.
  • Respond to emergency and non-emergency calls calmly and safely.
  • Responded to all emergency and non-emergency calls as directed.
  • Responded to all emergency and non-emergency calls when dispatched.
  • Respond to emergency/non-emergency calls of all kinds including medical.
  • Worked on the ambulance answering emergency and non-emergency calls.
  • Respond to emergency and non-emergency calls in timely manner.
  • Respond to mainly non-emergency calls performing inter-facility transfers.

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11. Trauma

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Here's how Trauma is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Acquired teamwork and leadership skills associated with managing situations from individual patients to mass-casualty incidences in trauma and medical emergencies
  • Tasked with operation of emergency vehicles and delivery and management of treatment for medical and trauma related emergencies.
  • Provided emergency care to residents and visitors who were experiencing a medical, trauma, or psychological emergency.
  • Direct patient contact experience includes airway management, traumatic injury management, and medical non traumatic illness management.
  • Transported patients from advanced air medical helicopters to Level II trauma center and receiving emergency departments.
  • Performed complete trauma and medical assessments on patients in various environments quite often in emergency situations.
  • Recognized cardiovascular, respiratory and pulmonary failure as well as life threatening traumatic injuries.
  • Monitored Emergency 911 call line and obtained information to respond to medical/trauma emergency.
  • Established personal rapport with traumatized patients to provide comfort while administering emergency treatment.
  • Provided first-aid for body trauma while remaining alert to psychological conditions and effects.
  • Responded to and quickly treated traumatized patients throughout various medical and traumatic emergencies.
  • Work in an emergency room setting providing basic/advanced/traumatic medical attention to critical patients.
  • Provided Emergency medical care to Pediatric patients in an Emergency/ Trauma department.
  • Stabilized patients suffering from traumatic injuries while delivering high quality patient care.
  • Provided non-emergency/emergency (medical/trauma) transportation for patients requiring ambulance transportation.
  • Responded quickly to emergency situations regarding medical issues and traumatic injuries.
  • Conducted physical and neurological exams for trauma and medical emergencies.
  • Provide basic emergency care both trauma and medically related.
  • Experienced in rapid medical/trauma assessment techniques and differential diagnosis.
  • Complete full physical, psychological and medical/trauma assessments.

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12. Medical Facility

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Here's how Medical Facility is used in Emergency Medical Technician 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.
  • Provided cardiac monitoring, initiated IV therapy, administered medications, and contacted medical facility for further treatment orders.
  • Follow up on emergency medical care administered while transporting to the medical facility to properly monitor patient s condition.
  • Communicated with patients, acted as patient advocate, monitored vital signs and transported patients to necessary medical facility.
  • Responded to emergency calls, providing basic life support treatment to patients and transportation to appropriate medical facility.
  • Provide excellent customer service and patient care during routine and non-routine transportation from one medical facility to another.
  • Identified assessment findings, which required communications detailing special professional services and assistance needed at the medical facility.
  • Provided emergency care and transport to appropriate medical facility and provided medical facility with written and verbal reports.
  • Provided stabilization to patients in a medical emergency in order to provide transportation to appropriate medical facility.
  • Responded to emergency calls, performing necessary interventions and transporting patients to appropriate medical facility.
  • Provide emergent and non-emergent transport and provide medical care medical facility or extended care facility.
  • Determine nature of illness/injury to administer first-aid to transport sick/injured persons to medical facility.
  • Transport patients from medical facility to another medical facility while monitoring patient's vitals.
  • Accompanied injured employees to medical facility and conducted case management for appropriate care.
  • Provided transport of critically ill and injured patients to a designated medical facility.
  • Provided immediate care to the critically ill/injured while in transit to a medical facility
  • General office duties were scheduling non-emergent patient pickups for transport to medical facility.
  • Transport patients to appropriate medical facility based on medical condition needing such services.

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13. Medical Technician

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Here's how Medical Technician is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Volunteer firefighter and emergency medical technician
  • Worked as a volunteer emergency medical technician and volunteer firefighter responding to calls ranging from medical emergencies to various structure fires.
  • Provided patient care under the direction of supervising physicians and nurses Trained 8 new emergency medical technicians in hospital operating procedures.
  • Rotated as a state-certified firefighter and emergency medical technician (EMT) as assigned on an emergency fire-truck or ambulance.
  • Functioned as an Emergency Medical Technician, rendering basic and advanced life support interventions under the supervision of a paramedic.
  • Operated as an Emergency Medical Technician, administering advanced first aid and providing transportation of patients to local hospitals.
  • Performed duties as a Fire Fighter/ National Registered Emergency Medical Technician on various types of different emergency situations.
  • Assisted certified emergency medical technicians with responses to emergency medical calls throughout the community of West Orange.
  • Certified as Firefighter, Emergency Medical Technician, Hazardous Materials Technician, and Auto Extrication Technician.
  • Provide Basic Life Support to the community and support Advanced Life Support with an Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic
  • Instructed newly employed Emergency Medical Technician and provide clinical support for new Emergency Medical Technician.
  • Field Emergency Medical Technician, providing care for patients in inter-facility transports and psychiatric emergencies.
  • Volunteered my time as a Firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician, eventually reaching Paramedic.
  • Coordinated and organized instructors for various work stations for Emergency Medical Technician skills practice.
  • Served as company Field Training officer, responsible for training company emergency medical technicians.
  • Fire fighter and emergency medical technician responding to fire and medical emergencies as required.
  • Provided Basic Life Support emergency care via ambulance as a Certified Emergency Medical Technician.
  • Performed various firefighting, personnel rescue and emergency medical technician duties as required.
  • Experience in Emergency Medical Technology Certified in Emergency Vehicle Operation Certified Emergency Medical Technician
  • Perform all duties/ responsibilities as a senior firefighter and emergency medical technician.

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14. Emergency Vehicle

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Here's how Emergency Vehicle is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Conducted inspections and public safety training programs; provided field based emergency medical services and operated emergency vehicle equipment.
  • Operate emergency vehicle safely and in compliance with all applicable traffic ordinances and regulations relating to emergency vehicle operation.
  • Provide customers with basic life support assistance Maintain continuing education credits monthly Operate emergency vehicles in a safe manor
  • Dispatched approximately 15 non-emergency vehicles for patient transport, multiple phone lines, prioritized and coordinated transportation.
  • Operate emergency vehicles in a safe and efficient manner while providing appropriate medical care in emergency situations.
  • Operated Emergency vehicles in accordance with company driving procedures and Emergency Medical Services Division Standard Operating Guidelines.
  • Respond to instructions from emergency medical dispatcher and drive specially equipped emergency vehicle to specified location.
  • Conducted patient assessments, administered treatments, operated emergency vehicle, and communicated with medical staff.
  • Transport patients to hospital by means of Ambulance and follow proper emergency vehicle operation regulations.
  • Observed traffic ordinances and regulations concerning emergency vehicle operation/provide great patient care safely and efficiently.
  • Observed Federal, State, Local ordinances and regulations concerning emergency vehicle operations.
  • Applied restructure and improvements to daily checklists and maintenance procedures for emergency vehicles.
  • Respond to instructions from EMS/police dispatcher, Operates specially equipped emergency vehicles.
  • Respond to emergency calls for service using safe emergency vehicle operations methods.
  • Operate emergency vehicle safely and expeditiously day or night in any weather condition
  • Operate ambulances and other emergency vehicles as a trained emergency vehicle operator.
  • Responded to 911 emergency calls and inter-facility transports via emergency vehicle operation.
  • Operated emergency vehicle safely and professionally to ensure patients were transported comfortably.
  • Experience operating Emergency Vehicles safely and efficiently on priority and routine responses.
  • Dispatch appropriate emergency vehicles, including police and fire whenever necessary.

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15. Emergency Care

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Here's how Emergency Care is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Provide emergency care to patients as necessary, transport patients to receiving facility, communicate with hospital staff, maintain ambulance condition
  • Obtained a basic medical history and physical examination of patients at a scene and administered emergency care accordingly.
  • Assessed/diagnosed medical conditions of patient, provide appropriate emergency care, and arrange for additional services.
  • Monitored patients' condition by checking vital signs and administered additional emergency care when needed.
  • Determine the nature and extent of illness/injury and establish priority for required emergency care.
  • Performed non-invasive emergency care and life support, and transported patients to emergency departments.
  • Illustrated high quality emergency care ethics in fast-paced, high-stress, and time-sensitive environments.
  • Make determination regarding patient status and priority for emergency care using established criteria.
  • Offered emergency care, stabilization and medical transport to members of the community
  • Educated in anatomy, physiology, and pharmacology relating to emergency care.
  • Provided emergency care to stabilize patients during transport to medical facilities.
  • Provided basic to medium level emergency and non-emergency care to patients.
  • Demonstrated comprehensive knowledge of medical protocols, guidelines and emergency care.
  • Provided emergency care and transportation for individuals needing assistance.
  • Provide emergency and non-emergency care and transport.
  • Provide basic emergency care to local population.
  • Provided emergency care during transport to hospital.
  • Provide emergency care to seriously injured patients.
  • Provide emergency care using stabilizing techniques.
  • Deliver exceptional emergency care to patients.

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16. EKG

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Here's how EKG is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • 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.
  • Prime IV tubing, Remove peripheral IV, D/C catheters, and place Patient on bedside monitor, EKG s tech.
  • Experience using medical equipment including portable oxygen tanks, vital sign monitors, EKGS, splints, as well as others.
  • Assist with other technical functions such as: obtaining 12-lead EKG, discontinuation of peripheral IV and heparin/saline locks.
  • Conduct 12 lead EKG's, connect patients to the cardiac and telemetry monitors, and assisted in CPR.
  • Assist Paramedics and RN with EKG Leads, IV Preparation, and Vital Signs of critical and stable patients.
  • Perform 3-lead and 12-lead EKG, SPLINTS, Castings, spiking IV lines when treating critical/acute care patients.
  • Performed EKG's, IV insertions, lab draws, and splints as directed by the attending physician.
  • Performed emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, operate electrocardiograms (EKG) and provide Point of Care Testing.
  • Worked in ED when they were short staffed assisting Nursing staff with Blood Draws and EKG's.
  • Conduct physical assessments, administer medication, perform CPR, operate AED, and utilize 12-lead EKG.
  • Assisted paramedics with advanced life support skills including but not limited to EKG placement and intravenous access.
  • Assisted Paramedic on ALS unit with bagging patient, vent/Pump set up, and monitor/EKG assimilation.
  • Perform cardiac assessments, EKG's and non-invasive monitoring to coronary patients in large urban hospital.
  • Answer phones; call physicians for the attending physician and complete EKG's for cardiac patients.
  • Perform 3 and 12- lead EKG and transmission to ED physician in order to expedite treatment.
  • Worked with the AMI crew running emergency calls, placing patients on the EKG monitor.
  • Attend to patient needs, EKG, Vitals, take pertinent information, prep for hospital

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17. IV

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Here's how IV is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Compiled and retrieved medical record information utilizing military ambulatory care medical record activities, medical terminology, anatomy, and physiology.
  • Served as company representative promoting positive customer relationships through proactive involvement in public business and community activities.
  • Communicated rapidly and effectively with a multitude of diverse persons resulting in the completions of several missions.
  • Review incident reports, daily activity reports for accuracy and maintain inventory control documents for the facility.
  • Provide open communication and feedback to management regarding operations, staffing, personal development and productivity.
  • Operate an ambulance under emergency driving conditions in crowded urban settings resulting in zero traffic incidents.
  • Monitored suspicious activities, investigated and reported incidents as well as filed reports, as necessary.
  • Drive mobile intensive care unit to specified location, following instructions from emergency medical dispatcher.
  • Establish Communications and implement the national Incident Command System in time sensitive situations.
  • Operated responsibly to meet all objectives in a semi-autonomous, ever-changing environment.
  • Documented activities completely to ensure appropriate information is available regarding each call.
  • Demonstrated the ability to understand direction and orders through effective communication.
  • Communicate with receiving facility both verbally and through electronic medical reporting.
  • Monitor vital signs during transport from discharge facility to receiving facility.
  • Work cooperatively with other emergency service professionals under stressful circumstances.
  • Provide preliminary and noninvasive treatment during emergency illnesses and injuries.
  • Administered medical treatment including intravenous (IV) interventions.
  • Work requires supportive interaction with patient and patient family/friends.
  • Perform minor equipment repairs and preventive maintenance on equipment.
  • Checked assigned vehicle and equipment ensuring effective operations.

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18. Emergency Response

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Here's how Emergency Response is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Interact with callers requesting emergency and non-emergency response or service from the community or public safety agencies.
  • Work closely with Paramedic partner while also maintaining a good working relationship other emergency response agencies.
  • Developed strategies to improve emergency response times within the community and increase positive patient outcomes.
  • Maintained emergency response vehicle and equipment to provide emergency medical services to citizens as needed.
  • Understand and perform appropriately under the emergency response plan including disaster and multiple casualty incidents.
  • Coordinated with local and host nation emergency response agencies in casualty prevention and transportation.
  • Provided preliminary medical attention and comfort to individuals in need of emergency response attention.
  • Perform emergency response at the awareness and operational level to hazardous material scenes.
  • Performed as lead firefighter safely operating fire apparatus during emergency and non-emergency responses.
  • Participated in online and hands on annual training exercises related to emergency responses.
  • Maintained clear and concise communication with other emergency response personnel and hospital personnel.
  • Perform duties and maintain all certifications relating to firefighting and emergency response calls.
  • Delivered training to new emergency response employees, ensuring compliance with company regulations.
  • Operated emergency response vehicles Responded to emergency calls Assisted paramedic in caring for patients
  • Considered a Subject Matter Expert in Emergency Response efforts and procedure development.
  • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of protocols, treatments and other emergency response requirements.
  • Documented emergency responses for patient information and insurance for company billing purposes.
  • Respond to various emergency and non-emergency situations on an Emergency Response/Tow vehicle.
  • Received extensive medical training while serving on a medical emergency response team.
  • Dispatched emergency units; relays information to and from emergency response units.

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19. Fire Prevention

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Here's how Fire Prevention is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Developed and presented in-classroom fire prevention education curriculum to every kindergarten through third grader in the Francis Howell School District.
  • Provided emergency medical services and fire prevention/ suppression to surrounding communities as well as city of employment.
  • Provided tours of a fire-station and/or apparatus and delivered fire prevention and safety presentations to the community.
  • Provided fire prevention training, public education, strategic planning and logistics during critical time sensitive situations.
  • Conducted fire suppression, fire prevention, emergency medical, and hazardous material incident operations.
  • Involved in department training and educating community about fire prevention and life safety.
  • Conducted various firefighting, fire prevention and emergency medical response activities.
  • Educate citizens and participate in community outreach programs about fire prevention.
  • Conducted public relations/fire prevention events to promote fire safety education program.
  • Participated in community outreach programs relating to fire prevention and safety.
  • Maintained fire prevention and protection criteria consistent with fire prevention practices.
  • Supervised and organized fire prevention and public education to public.
  • Coordinated and participated in fire prevention education with local schools.
  • Participate in local community fire prevention activities and outreach programs.
  • Teach community awareness of fire prevention and health education.
  • Conducted community education and fire prevention seminars and workshops.
  • Conducted public relations events and fire prevention inspections.
  • Coordinate the distribution of fire prevention promotional materials.
  • Fire prevention and security for two major corporations
  • Participate in company fire prevention inspection.

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20. Fire Departments

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Here's how Fire Departments is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Developed relationships through strong communication skills with various Emergency hospitals, Fire Departments and law enforcement agencies in assigned region.
  • Cooperated with surrounding fire departments in automatic and mutual aid agreements for various types of fire-related emergencies.
  • Served with several suburban emergency medical services and fire departments in the Philadelphia and Cleveland areas.
  • Participated in frequent call response in partnership with Tacoma Fire Departments and law enforcement personnel.
  • Developed working relationship with multiple Fire Departments and assisted in training and maintaining personnel.
  • Partnered with emergency medical team members and police/fire departments to maximize resolution time.
  • Respond with area fire departments to emergency responses and facilitated transportation requirements.
  • Managed documentation and coordinated care with local fire departments and hospitals.
  • Develop and deliver training programs to neighboring Volunteer Fire Departments.
  • Provided rehabilitation services for fire departments and maintenance of equipment.
  • Worked closely with local fire departments for emergency medical services.
  • Assist Paramedics and local fire departments during emergency situations.
  • Work collaboratively with local Police and Fire Departments.
  • Coordinate with fire departments and paramedic intercept services.
  • Worked close with local, tribal, and horse race association police, security, local fire departments, and EMS.
  • Run emergencies on and within five miles of the airport with Municipal and Federal Fire departments for commercial and military aircraft.
  • Work closely with Police Departments and Fire Departments to ensure safest and best possible care for the patients in all scenarios.
  • Provided customer support to contracted medical facilities, insurance companies, Police departments, Fire departments, and patient family members.
  • Participate in the exchange of information between emergency medical staff, off-going, on-coming shifts and police and fire departments.
  • Communicated with multiple fire departments, police departments, and emergency medical agencies in a coherent and efficient manner.

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21. Medical Services

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Here's how Medical Services is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Protect citizens by extinguishing fires, executing rescues, providing emergency medical services, and community education and information.
  • Rendered emergency medical services in high-stress/pressure situations; obtained patient/incident details, performed physical assessments and managed patient condition.
  • Provided reliable and efficient emergency medical services and diagnosis through medical observation and rapid transportation to clinic or hospital.
  • Fire suppressed in structural, land environments, and emergency medical services under highly stressful emergency conditions.
  • Provided public education at schools, community centers and medical facilities related to emergency medical services.
  • Provide operational and Basic Life Support and Emergency Medical Services to patients throughout the metropolitan area.
  • Provide Emergency Medical Services and routine medical transportation for patients being transferred between medical facilities.
  • Operated in emergency medical services systems where a physician provides medical direction and oversight.
  • Provide the community with health-based education, emergency medical services and a uniformed presence.
  • Administer emergency medical services such as first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation to injured persons.
  • Maintain emergency medical services under highly stressful emergency conditions as an EMT- Basic.
  • Managed team of emergency medical professionals and coordinated area coverage for medical services.
  • Understand standard medical abbreviations and terminology used by Emergency Medical Services.
  • Provide firefighting and emergency medical services to Auburn and mutual-aid communities.
  • Provide emergency medical services and transportation to sick and injured patients.
  • Provided Emergency Medical Services to participants on site/en route to hospital.
  • Performed emergency medical services such as first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
  • Served my community providing emergency medical services and fire protection services.
  • Document medical services and therapeutic interventions provided related to patient care.
  • Provided medical services and transportation to clients in emergency circumstances.

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22. ALS

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Here's how ALS is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Volunteer ambulance service serving Newport and seven surrounding communities affiliated with three regional hospitals and Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center.
  • Communicate pertinent information to physicians and nursing professionals to accommodate transport requirements and modification of care as needed.
  • Communicated with medical professionals at different medical facilities for instructions regarding ongoing care and further treatment of clients.
  • Transport emergent and non-emergent patients safely and securely to various hospitals, nursing facilities and private residences.
  • Interacted with diverse populations including individuals with physical, mental and emotional disabilities and illnesses.
  • Performed histories and physicals, interpreted laboratory data, assisted with trigger point injections.
  • Transported patients to doctor appointments, hospitals, nursing/rehabilitation facilities and emergency medical facilities.
  • Capitalized on opportunity to address general health topics with individuals lacking primary care.
  • Perform critical care transports with registered nurses and non-emergency medical transports from hospitals.
  • Established and maintained professional relationships with local officials and neighboring departments.
  • Coordinate patient referrals and admissions from specialty clinics and area providers.
  • Provided emergency and non-emergency patient transportation to hospitals and medical facilities.
  • Cared for dialysis patients during transport to dialysis facilities or hospitals
  • Provide inter-facility transports to hospitals and skilled nursing care facility.
  • Transported emergency and non-emergency patients via ambulance to hospitals.
  • Transported patients to local hospitals or medical facilities.
  • Perform deployment and annual physicals for Military personnel.
  • Served in mobile and stationary military hospitals.
  • Required communication skills between hospitals doctor offices.
  • Operated ambulances, transporting patients to and from hospitals, nursing homes, and private residences in a non- emergency capacity.

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23. Fire Suppression

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Here's how Fire Suppression is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Shift firefighter: fire suppression and emergency response medical aid, public relations/education, and general maintenance.
  • Fire suppression-Performed duties required to safely extinguish fire in residential, commercial and wild land environments.
  • Performed activities related to fire suppression, vehicle extrication and emergency medical response mitigation.
  • Provided Fire suppression and Emergency medical response for a large aircraft manufacturing company.
  • Provide recommendations for improvements and/or corrections for fire suppression hindrances or code violations.
  • Provide fire suppression and community service to local district and surrounding municipalities.
  • Performed 10 fire suppression techniques and fire apparatus operations in emergency situations.
  • Operated a variety of fire suppression tools and used rescue/protective equipment.
  • Provide fire suppression and medical activities in all emergency incidents.
  • Performed fire suppression duties as required to supplement volunteer personnel.
  • Reserve Firefighter providing emergency medical services and fire suppression.
  • Provided fire suppression and hazardous material control services.
  • Performed fire suppression and emergency medical services.
  • Monitored general alarm and fire suppression systems.
  • Provide fire suppression, education, prevention, investigations, hazardous material response, specialized rescue techniques and advanced life support.
  • Job Description: protect the local community through the practice of fire prevention, fire suppression, and emergency medical services.
  • Responded to residential and commercial emergency calls utilizing fire suppression, search and rescue, basic and advanced life support techniques.
  • Provide fire suppression, emergency medical care, tactical rescue and special services to visitors and citizens of Raleigh, NC.
  • Provided leadership, direction and oversight for the safety of personnel & civilians during medical, & fire suppression operations.
  • Worked closely with the military to provide adequate fire suppression, fire protection, fire prevention, and EMS response.

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24. Life Support Care

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Here's how Life Support Care is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Assisted in victim extrication, administered life support care and performed independent preliminary assessments of illness and injury.
  • Provide professional and technical duties to render Basic Life Support care in emergency and non-emergency transportation settings
  • Provide life support care and transportation in emergency and non-emergency situations.
  • Provided basic life support care in emergency/non-emergency situations.
  • Provided assistance to the EMT-Paramedic during their performance of Advanced Life Support care while staying within their own scope of practice.
  • Assisted cardiologists and cardiac nurses in administration of first aid treatment or life support care to a predominantly cardiac patient population.
  • Provide basic life support care to the sick and injured and transport them via ground ambulance to the appropriate medical facility.
  • Provide basic life support care measures to patients during inter facility transports and assist nurses with procedures during critical care transports.
  • Provide basic life support care and assist nurses/medics with setting up equipment such as medication pumps, monitors, and/or ventilator.
  • Provide basic life support care to patients in emergency situations & transfers from one facility to another facility or residence.
  • Coordinate operations in fast-paced, highly stressful environments, administering first aid treatment or life support care to individuals.
  • Provide basic life support care under stressful situations, to control bleeding, manage an airway, and more.
  • Administered life support care to sick and injured persons in emergency room setting as authorized and directed by physician.
  • Administer first aid treatment to accident victims, and to provide life support care to heart attack patients.
  • Provide Basic Life Support care for patients in a rural setting with extend transport time to local hospital.
  • Initiated wound care, splinting, orthopedic equipment education, and life support care within scope of practice.
  • Assist paramedic with advanced life support care and transport sick and/or injured patients to an appropriate treatment center.
  • Provide basic life support and advanced life support care to the residents of Haywood County * 12-24 hour shifts
  • Provide emergency response Basic Life Support care and transport as an EMT-Basic aboard and Advance Life Support ambulance
  • Provide Basic Life Support care and assist ALS providers in fast paced high call volume EMS system.

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25. Paramedics

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Here's how Paramedics is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • General duties included responding to 911 calls for service, inter-facility transfers of patients, maintained ambulance/emergency equipment and assisted paramedics.
  • Provided basic life support, assisted paramedics with advanced life support for professional athletes performing in Colorado.
  • Provided patient care during transport, assisted paramedics with patient stabilization, monitored vitals during patient transport
  • Received emergency medical training (EMT) certification to assist paramedics in emergency medical calls.
  • Provide basic level emergency medical care and assist paramedics to provide advanced emergency medical care.
  • Work regularly with paramedics in emergency situations to facilitate delivery of Advanced Life Support.
  • Supported paramedics for patient transport and transfer to hospitals emergency rooms and medical centers.
  • Assist paramedics with intravenous medication administration, airway management, and patient assessment.
  • Work closely with operations and medical personnel including paramedics and field supervisors.
  • Assisted physicians and paramedics during ambulance calls with treatment and transportation of patients
  • Worked with Paramedics on medical and non-medical calls both emergency and non-emergency.
  • Assist department paramedics with basic life support procedures while following department protocols.
  • Assisted paramedics in advanced care during emergency-dispatched calls with fire departments.
  • Performed patient assessments, assisted paramedics in electrocardiograms and intravenous therapy.
  • Assisted on-duty paramedics and EMT's directly administering life-saving first aid.
  • Assist paramedics in providing emergency medical treatment and triage as necessary.
  • Accompany and assist paramedics on emergency and non emergency calls.
  • Assisted paramedics in treating and transporting critically ill patients.
  • Assist paramedics and field supervisors in providing emergency care.
  • Assist paramedics with preparation during advanced life support situations.

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26. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Emergency Medical Technician 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.
  • Provide emergency medical services and excellent customer services to customers while working in possible hostile environments.
  • Received exceptional ratings on annual performance evaluations, specifically in the area of customer service skills.
  • Dedicated to providing clinical excellence and outstanding customer service to all patients and their caregivers.
  • Provided customer service to patients and communicated effectively with hospitals and rehab centers.
  • Performed all office applications - Provided excellent customer service to facilities and customers
  • Provide outstanding customer service while also providing clinical excellence to our patients.
  • Provided basic life support and customer service to medical emergency and non-emergency patients
  • Key team member and worked cooperatively to provide quality seamless customer service.
  • Provided customer service to customers through telephone and remote computer access.
  • Accommodate patient relatives to ensure outstanding customer service has been provided.
  • Drive ambulance, provide excellent customer service and manage downtime effectively.
  • Provide great customer service, provide emergency medicine, drive ambulance safety
  • Exhibit superior customer service and perform duties without direct supervision.
  • Deliver outstanding customer service to all internal and external customers.
  • Provided Medical Care and customer service to diverse and frail populations

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27. Airway Management

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Here's how Airway Management is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Advanced Airway Management-Administration Medications-Power Gurney Operations-Bleeding Control Management
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as airway management, heart monitoring, and medication administration during ambulance transfer.
  • Administered medications, provide advanced airway management and other emergency medical therapies according to appropriate scope of care standards for role.
  • Performed under emergency situations; emergency medical services basic life support, including patient assessment, airway management.
  • Trained in airway management, suctioning patients, monitoring non-medicated IV infusions, securing and maintaining immobilization devices.
  • Performed response operations including documentation, fluid resuscitation, crisis management, and use of airway management devices.
  • Handle medical and trauma emergencies providing wound care, airway management, medication administration and patient documentation
  • Acquired extensive knowledge and practice in airway management, oxygen delivery systems and related areas.
  • Provided airway management along with advanced life support measures for respiratory and cardiac emergencies.
  • Performed emergency procedures such as airway management or heart monitoring during ambulance ride.
  • Performed advanced airway management procedures, IV therapy, and pharmacological interventions.
  • Performed airway management and provided artificial ventilation on patients.
  • Assist RT in airway management of ventilator-dependent patients.
  • Ensured patient airway management and adequate oxygenation.
  • Provided appropriate airway management to patients.
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as stomach suction, airway management and heart monitoring, during ambulance ride.
  • Perform emergency diagnostics and treatment such as bleeding control, airway management and heart monitoring, during fast paced emergency situations.
  • Respond to emergency/non-emergency situations and perform airway management, CPR and AED, splinting, bleeding control and other BLS skills.
  • Administered first aid and emergency life support, including patient assessment, airway management, and use of the automatic defibrillator.
  • Carry out treatment procedures and emergency diagnostic, like airway management, stomach suction and heart monitoring, throughout ambulance ride.

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28. Medical Procedures

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Here's how Medical Procedures is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Supported Supervisor in Emergency Medical procedures Cared for Emergency Patients at scene of accident or emergency Transported patients to Emergency Care Facilities
  • Well-rehearsed in field emergency medical procedures to correct life-threatening situations using quick decision making, resourcefulness, and meticulousness.
  • Performed medical procedures such as CPR, oxygenation, splinting, and administering medication to patients experiencing emergencies.
  • Performed initial medical triage of emergent patients and assisted physicians with both acute and chronic medical procedures.
  • Provided excellent medical treatment with highly qualified technicians trained in the latest emergency medical procedures and practices.
  • Completed medication refill requests and returned phone calls regarding questions about medical procedures and treatments.
  • Perform standardized emergency medical procedures for critical, seriously ill, and acutely ill patients.
  • Established and prioritize medical procedures based on obtained information and status of patient's condition.
  • Administered advanced emergency care and routine medical procedures under direct supervision of a senior-line medic.
  • Work with Lieutenants and on-call Physician for any preparations needed before non-elective medical procedures.
  • Transfer critical/stable patients from Facility to Facility in need of special medical procedures.
  • Responded to emergency calls and performed certain medical procedures established by regional protocols.
  • Provide basic medical procedures and assist county citizens with education and support.
  • Assist physicians and nurses within diverse medical clinics performing advanced medical procedures.
  • Established and prioritized medical procedures, by using established protocols for treatment.
  • Transported patients to special appointments for dialysis and other scheduled medical procedures.
  • Work is performed in accordance with established emergency medical procedures and techniques.
  • Explained medical procedures to patients, administered electrocardiograms and sterilized medical instruments.
  • Established and prioritized medical procedures and need for additional assistance.
  • Provided physicians with assistance during surgery or complicated medical procedures.

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29. Pre-Hospital Care

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Here's how Pre-Hospital Care is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Provide 911 Pre-Hospital care along with inter-facility transport with patient assessment and patient advocacy.
  • Collect billing information and prepare Pre-Hospital Care Reports.
  • Provide Pre-Hospital care to the sick and injured while following any/all company and state procedures and guidelines.
  • Provided all aspects of Pre-Hospital Care during transportation of patients to various treatment facilities.
  • Provide Pre-Hospital care to patients when transporting or responding to emergency calls.
  • Fill out the corresponding Pre-Hospital care Report.
  • State-certified paramedic providing emergency pre-hospital care to patients, from neonate to geriatric patient populations, in the Detroit metropolitan area.
  • Provide pre-hospital care, including physical and neurological assessment, monitoring vital signs, patient teaching and medical history interviews.
  • Provided emergency pre-hospital care at the Paramedic level administering advanced life support emergency medical and transport services to patients.
  • Performed extrication/extraction of ill/injured patients, provided emergency pre-hospital care and rapid transport of patients to definitive care.
  • Position on an ambulance providing emergency pre-hospital care, evaluating and managing patient conditions while assisting paramedic partner.
  • Documented and utilized the electronic pre-hospital care report for each patient during transport in non-emergency and emergency calls.
  • Assessed patients and planned according treatments for pre-hospital care; safely transported patients to emergency departments.
  • Worked as an EMT-Intermediate providing emergent pre-hospital care as well as providing care during inter-facility transfers.
  • Responded to 911 emergency calls and provided emergency pre-hospital care to citizens of thirteen suburban communities.
  • Respond to emergency calls and provide high quality pre-hospital care in accordance with established protocols.
  • Responded to medical and traumatic emergencies and provided quality life-saving pre-hospital care to patients.
  • Provided the most advanced pre-hospital care available at an emergency 911 dispatched ambulance agency.
  • Render pre-hospital care in an urban, densely populated setting with extremely high patient contact
  • Provided excellent pre-hospital care and transportation for patients with injuries and/or illness.

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30. Medical Treatment

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Here's how Medical Treatment is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Respond to emergency situations to provide incident stabilization, medical treatment, and patient transport to a Worcester area medical facilities.
  • Assisted professional medical personnel in emergency treatment administered at LBJ medical treatment facility (during critical patient treatment and catastrophe.)
  • Reported verbally and in writing observations and emergency medical treatments to receiving medical facilities for purposes of record keeping and diagnoses.
  • Treated and provided emergency medical treatment and or transportation to local area hospitals under stressful and adverse weather conditions.
  • Provided support and assistance to paramedic including preparation of necessary drugs, lifesaving medical treatment and transportation of patients.
  • Exercised good judgment in administering emergency medical treatment within the limits of standard or accepted policies and procedures.
  • Provided emergency medical treatments to individuals in need of service and transportation to Emergency Departments throughout the region.
  • Conducted emergency medical treatment including but not limited to medical emergencies, trauma emergencies and inter facility.
  • Instructed in the technique of administering cardiopulmonary resuscitation and in providing basic medical treatment to traumatized patients.
  • Rendered medical, dental, and emergency treatment; recommended and coordinated evacuations for definitive medical treatment.
  • Provided transportation of patients from Combat Control training areas to medical treatment facilities as deemed necessary.
  • Administered emergency medical treatment to battlefield casualties, assisting with outpatient and inpatient care and treatment.
  • Provided emergency medical treatment to patients and transportation to area hospitals based on injuries sustained.
  • Provided emergency medical treatment to patients in austere conditions using Trauma Combat Casualty Care protocol.
  • Performed patient assessments, provided advanced medical treatment and immediate transport for life threatening injuries
  • Transport residents who require transportation by ambulance to various institutions for medical treatment and care
  • Work with patients involved in emergency medical situations providing quality care and medical treatment.
  • Provided emergency medical treatment and transport in a high volume emergency medical system.
  • Provide transportation of patients to medical treatment facilities as deemed necessary by physicians.
  • Assisted Paramedic partner in providing emergency medical treatment in out of hospital setting.

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31. Emergency Room

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Here's how Emergency Room is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Performed inter-facility patient transport between psychiatric hospitals, drug detoxification facilities and hospital emergency rooms for individuals in crisis.
  • Utilized knowledge gained in medical coding certification education program to gain experience and expertise in coding of Emergency Room visits
  • Transported medical patients requiring Basic Life Support transports to various medical facilities including the hospital emergency room.
  • Learned how to perform specific emergency medical interventions, and assisted Emergency Room staff
  • Trained to recognized substance abuse and treat accordingly and transportation to emergency room.
  • Transport emergent patients to emergency room and non- emergent patients to various appointments
  • Handle communications with hospital emergency rooms and Montgomery County radio room.
  • Reported medical/emergent patient's current condition to emergency room staff.
  • Conducted baseline evaluations on patients to inform emergency room staff.
  • Communicated effectively with emergency room staff of local hospitals.
  • Completed required Emergency Room rotation at specified hospital.
  • Shadowed covering emergency room nurses and physicians.
  • Maintain communication with hospital emergency rooms physicians.
  • Report patient information to hospital emergency rooms.
  • Assist with patent care in the emergency room when needed and also working full shifts in the emergency room when needed.
  • Stocked all emergency rooms, checked all equipment for proper working status, changed oxygen tanks, and cleaned as needed.
  • Transported and cared for patients being discharged, going to the emergency room, doctors appointments and transferred to other facilities.
  • Completed four hours of Triage time, sixty hours of Emergency Room time, and sixteen hours of Ambulance Ride Time.
  • Included being in the Emergency Room, patient vital signs, assisting nurses, and filling out Patient Care Reports.
  • Provide services at the scene of the crisis, en route to the hospital, and in the emergency room.

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32. Hospital Staff

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Here's how Hospital Staff is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Monitored cardiac conditions and EKG readings, and communicated pertinent information to medical hospital staff for optimal patient care services.
  • 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.
  • Maintained close clear communication with hospital staff, facility staff and any other medical or community service professional.
  • Make patient-oriented decisions in collaboration with coworkers, hospital staff and law enforcement and maintain accurate documentation.
  • Report incident details to hospital staff and other emergency units when needed while keeping patient confidentiality.
  • Transported patients to hospitals and communicated with hospital staff regarding patients' medical conditions.
  • Communicate pertinent information to hospital staff prior to arrival and provide updates upon arrival.
  • Communicate effectively with patients, physicians and hospital staff to relay key medical information.
  • Communicate accordingly with hospital staff, obtain and convey all relevant patient information.
  • Relayed information with fellow emergency team members including fire department personnel and hospital staff
  • Communicated patient conditions to hospital staff and documented transfer of patient care.
  • Communicated proficiently and effectively with hospital staff and other team members.
  • Communicate with clinic/hospital staff regarding status of patient before accepting care.
  • Commuted accurate patient information and treatment given to hospital staff.
  • Prepared detailed and accurate patient reports for necessary hospital staff.
  • Communicated with hospital staff in-order to provide continuation of care.
  • Communicated effectively with hospital staff, patients and family members.
  • Communicated patient information to hospital staff and oncoming shifts.

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33. Medical Supplies

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Here's how Medical Supplies is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • 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
  • Executed daily operations of inventory medical supplies Assessed nature and extent of illness or injury.
  • Organized medical scenes, coordinated transport of patients, inventoried/restocked ambulance medical supplies.
  • Compiled documentation on equipment and medical supplies inventory and reported findings to management.
  • Performed rig checks on technical ambulance and replenished disposable medical supplies.
  • Monitor disposable inventory and place orders for medical supplies and pharmaceuticals.
  • Provide proper utilization techniques of medical supplies to firefighters and medics.
  • Monitored and restocked ambulance with emergency medical supplies and equipment.
  • Maintained inventory of medical supplies or equipment and ambulance operation.
  • Performed routine inspections of equipment and restocking medical supplies.
  • Coordinated movement and logistics of medical supplies and personnel.
  • Implemented an improved inventory tracking system for medical supplies.
  • Maintained proper inventory of medical supplies on ambulance unit.
  • Maintained emergency vehicle and replenished stock of medical supplies.
  • Inventoried medical supplies and medications to determine requisition requirements.
  • Coordinated the distribution of donated medical supplies in Mexico.
  • Maintained medical supplies for emergency equipment and emergency vehicles.
  • Maintain transport vehicles mechanically and restock medical supplies.
  • Monitor and inventory medical supplies and ambulance.

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34. Medical Calls

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Here's how Medical Calls is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Responded to medical calls in a wide geographical area, collaborating with medical professionals at clinics and hospitals to coordinate stabilization/care/transport.
  • Responded to medical calls in a wide geographical area, collaborating with medical professionals at clinics/hospitals to coordinate stabilization /care/transport.
  • Responded to emergency medical calls, conducted initial assessments of patient conditions, and determined necessary courses of action.
  • Required to respond to medical calls without assistance into the amusement park with responsibility of medical decision and evaluations.
  • Respond in Ambulance to 911 Emergency and Non-emergency Medical calls and provide life support services/medical care during trauma/medical emergencies.
  • Respond to emergency and non-emergency medical calls to provide efficient and immediate Basic Life Support ambulance service.
  • Responded to emergency and non-emergency medical calls, performing complete medical and psychological assessments.
  • Crew Leader responsible for scheduling shifts and supervision during emergency medical calls.
  • Responded to emergency and non-emergency medical calls in Cleveland and surrounding cities.
  • Performed basic life support and spinal immobilization on medical calls.
  • Responded to emergency medical calls and inter-facility patient transfers.
  • Responded to Emergency Medical calls and applied lifesaving training.
  • Responded to emergency medical calls and routine inter-hospital transports.
  • Provide emergency response to community medical calls.
  • Completed appropriate paperwork after medical calls.
  • Respond to non-emergency medical calls.
  • Dispatched to emergency medical calls.
  • Responded to medical calls within the park and staffed the First Aid station for walk-in triage, medical concerns, and treatments
  • Perform Basic Life Saving skills on medical calls ranging from asthma attacks to performing CPR in a life or death emergency.
  • Show leadership and teamwork by working with another EMT-B to respond effectively to trauma and medical calls in our own ambulance.

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35. First-Aid Treatment

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Here's how First-Aid Treatment is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Provided patients with emergent and non-emergent transportation- Administered first-aid treatment to victims of life-threatening accidents, diseases, and conditions
  • Determined nature and extent of illness or injury and administered prescribed first-aid treatment at site of emergency.
  • Administered first-aid treatment to sick or injured persons before and during transportation to medical facility.
  • Administered prescribed first-aid treatment at site of emergency and in specially equipped vehicle.
  • Administer first-aid treatment and life-support care to sick/injured persons.
  • Administered first-aid treatment and life-support care.
  • Administered first-aid treatment to accident victims.
  • Administer first-aid treatment to and transports sick or injured persons to medical facility, working as member of emergency medical team.
  • Administered prescribed first-aid treatment such as application of splints, administration of oxygen, treatment of minor wounds or abrasions.
  • Provide first-aid treatment, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and take blood pressures for sick or injured patients.
  • Administered first-aid treatment to sick or injured persons and transported numerous special needs patients to facilities for treatment.
  • Administer first-aid treatment and life-support care to sick or injured persons in a per hospital environment.
  • Administer medical assistance and first-aid treatment to patients ranging from the San Fernando Valley to Torrance
  • Administer first-aid treatment and life-support care to sick or injured persons at first response.
  • Administered first-aid treatment and life-support care to an average of 7 injured persons daily.
  • Administered first-aid treatment and transported the sick or injured to a medical facility.
  • Administer first-aid treatment to and transport of CCU and ICU to medical facilities.
  • Administered first-aid treatment to sick or injured persons during attendance at special events.
  • Provide first-aid treatment or life support care to sick or injured patients.
  • Administered first-aid treatment and transported sick or injured persons to hospital.

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36. Immediate Care

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Here's how Immediate Care is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Respond to emergency calls providing immediate care to critically ill and injured providing transport to hospital.
  • Respond to medical emergencies by providing immediate care and transportation.
  • Trained to recognize, assess, and manage medical emergencies of acutely ill Patients and give immediate care to the patient.
  • Provide efficient / immediate care to the critically ill /injured, /to transport patients to different medical facilities when needed.
  • Responded to calls to provide efficient and immediate care to the ill, and transport patient to area medical facilities.
  • Provide efficient and immediate care to the critically ill and injured, and transport the patient to nearby hospitals.
  • Perform basic life support to patients in need of immediate care and treatment to prevent further medical attention.
  • Responded to emergent and non-emergent calls to provide immediate care and/or life support to the ill and injured.
  • Provide immediate care to the critically ill or injured from initial contact through transportation to adequate medical facilities.
  • Provide immediate care to persons suffering from various injuries - Provide support to local ambulance and fire rescue services
  • Trained to respond to emergency calls and provide efficient and immediate care to the critically ill and injured.
  • Administered proficient immediate care to the ill and injured while in route of transport to a hospital.
  • Provided on site immediate care in the following areas: First Aid, CPR, and AED.
  • Respond to emergency calls for service providing efficient, immediate care for those critically ill or injured.
  • Responded to emergency calls as dispatched to provide immediate care to the critically sick and injured.
  • Worked under stressful situations, giving immediate care to injured persons or extinguishing a house fires.
  • Responded to emergency calls to provide efficient & immediate care; Transported patients to medical facilities.
  • Responded to 911 calls to render efficient and immediate care to critically ill and injured patients.
  • Respond to emergency calls and assist local fire departments with individuals in need of immediate care.
  • Give immediate care And then transport patients to the nearest Hospital for higher level of care.

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37. Medical Equipment

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Here's how Medical Equipment is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Reorganized and maintained the emergency room medical supplies while continuously resupplying medical equipment ensuring 100% efficiency in providing patient care.
  • Perform regular medical equipment maintenance and supply inventory monitoring of assigned emergency vehicle, improving operational readiness during emergencies.
  • Inspected emergency medical equipment to ensure serviceability and compliance with safety and infection control regulations and standards.
  • Utilized medical equipment, procedures, and medications as required according to clinical protocols and safety requirements.
  • Performed operator maintenance on ambulance vehicles and medical equipment issued by the ambulance service as required.
  • Maintained and familiar with emergency medical equipment on both basic and advanced life support ambulance units.
  • Maintained ambulance's inventory of necessary medical equipment as well as basic vehicle safety checks.
  • Operated an electrocardiograph, AED, defibrillator, ventilators and other emergency medical equipment.
  • Maintain a clean operational environment including but not limited to medical equipment and vehicle.
  • Inspected medical equipment ensuring compliance with operations and NJ Department of Transportation standards.
  • Performed daily vehicle and firefighting equipment checkouts and daily medical equipment/supply checkouts.
  • Provide training on ambulance medical equipment and operational procedures to ambulance personal.
  • Monitored and maintained inventory, medical equipment, and emergency response vehicles.
  • Returned broken or malfunctioning medical equipment to manufacturers for repair or replacement.
  • Preformed tasks associated with routine maintenance of durable medical equipment and inventory.
  • Complete ambulance checks daily both on mechanical equipment and medical equipment.
  • Tested medical equipment to ensure compliance with regulatory and functional guidelines.
  • Maintain and re-supply all emergency medical equipment necessary for the event.
  • Emphasized the high quality of various respiratory and durable medical equipment.
  • Utilize medical equipment and procedures and administration of medications as required.

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38. Communication Equipment

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Here's how Communication Equipment is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Ensured 100% emergency services preparedness, maintaining vehicles and medical/communication equipment while replenishing first-aid equipment and supplies.
  • Maintain vehicles, medical/communication equipment, and replenish first-aid equipment and supplies.
  • Monitor communication equipment and maintain contact with dispatcher and other EMS personnel.
  • Operated fire communication equipment, supervised aircraft landing zones concerning firefighting duties.
  • Operated radios and other communication equipment utilizing clear and concise verbal skills.
  • Operate an emergency vehicle, monitor a radio and operate communication equipment.
  • Maintained, distributed and inventoried all communication equipment for the department.
  • Maintain vehicles and medical and communication equipment and replenish first-aid equipment.
  • Maintain vehicles medical and communication equipment and replenish when needed.
  • Monitor communication equipment to maintain ongoing contact with Communications Center.
  • Monitored communication equipment and maintain contact with medical dispatch.
  • Monitored communication equipment to maintain contact with dispatcher.
  • Learn to operate all department radio communication equipment.
  • Used communication equipment to communicate with entities.
  • Operated two-way radios and communication equipment.
  • Monitor medical and communication equipment.
  • Operate & maintain communication equipment.
  • Maintained functionality and operation of over $1 million worth of armored field intensive care vehicles, medical and communication equipment.
  • Maintained vehicles and medical and communication equipment for the county and replenished first aid equipment and supplies for surrounding departments.
  • Maintain vehicles, medical and radio communication equipment, as well as replenish first-aid equipment and supplies.

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39. Hazmat

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Here's how Hazmat is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Served the community in Fire/Rescue, obtaining CPR certification, HAZMAT Awareness certification, vehicle extrication certification* National Registry EMT-Int.
  • Maintain awareness and perform HazMat safety guidelines during Hazardous Materials Disasters.
  • Provide HAZMAT specific information to federal law-enforcement and military officials.
  • Managed HazMat and Disaster response for emergency department.
  • Directed all HazMat-related operations within the department
  • Provided NBC/HazMat operations and cleanup.
  • Serve as member of HAZMAT team in various roles (Decontamination, assist with chemical analysis, and other tasks).
  • Conduct inspections on Deluge systems, PIV's, Hydrants, Fire Extinguishers, Rope Rescue Equipment, HazMat Response Gear.
  • Take orders with limited information and adapt to every situation, why'll using HAZMAT qualifications and following OSHA standards.
  • Perform life saving procedures and sick and critically ill patients, ACLS, PALS, HAZMAT skills employed when needed.
  • Trained in extrication, rescue operations, ladder operations, SQRT operations, HAZMAT operations, and Quick Response Service.
  • Certified as Firefighter 1&2, EMT-B, HazMat Tech, Extrication Tech, and Pump operator driver.
  • Passed firefighter 1 academy, Received multiple certificates FF1, HAZMAT Ops, Instructor 1, EVIP Training completion.
  • Clean and dispose of hazardous materials, needles, drugs and BIO, as well as maintaining HAZMAT credentials.
  • Received HAZMAT training and maintained all HAZMAT materials along with their material safety data sheet (MSDS).
  • Perform Fire Suppression, Emergency Medical, HAZMAT and public assistance duties as part of an engine company.
  • Major responsibilities include responding to emergency situations to include fire, medical, entrapment, and HAZMAT.
  • Delivered fire suppression, rescue operations, HAZMAT response and medical treatment during high-stress and life-threatening incidents.
  • Certified in HazMat/WMD Incident Commander, utilized skills and knowledge to assist team members with emerging threats.
  • Perform Emergency Services (Fire, HazMat Rescue and Medical) in Mission, Center and Pelican Townships

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40. Hazardous Materials

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Here's how Hazardous Materials is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Qualified as Firefighter III, Hazardous Materials Awareness, Emergency Medical Technician Basic, Engine Driver/Operator, Virginia Emergency Vehicle Operator.
  • 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.
  • Respond to emergency incidents involving fire, hazardous materials, motor vehicle collisions and medical emergencies.
  • Provided emergency response to industrial or residential fires, vehicle accidents, and hazardous materials incidents.
  • Arranged disposal of bio-hazardous materials and ensured adequate supplies were available for unit and bag replenishment.
  • Provided emergency medical care, fire prevention and suppression, and protection from hazardous materials
  • Investigate incidents involving hazardous materials, dangerous locations or potential fire hazards.
  • Identify and classify potentially hazardous materials utilizing advanced monitoring and detection equipment.
  • Well trained in hazardous materials and operations of fire protection/prevention systems.
  • Studied and became proficient working around industrial machinery and hazardous materials.
  • Mitigated Hazardous Materials Incidents using protective suits and appropriate respiratory protection.
  • Operated all medical/life saving equipment, record keeping and hazardous materials.
  • Utilize specialized equipment to safely handle and contain hazardous materials.
  • Developed and delivered hazardous materials class for EMS personnel.
  • Trained as Technician-Level member of Hazardous Materials Response team.
  • Experience with emergency response duties during hazardous materials incidents.

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41. Defibrillators

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Here's how Defibrillators is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Used proper procedures with opening and maintaining airways; ventilating patients; administering cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and using automated external defibrillators.
  • Operate medical equipment such as cardiac monitors, automated external defibrillators, and bag-valve mask resuscitators in advanced life-support environments.
  • Opened airways, ventilated patients, administered cardiopulmonary resuscitation, external defibrillators, controlling and treatments of shock and wounds.
  • Operated equipment such as automated external defibrillators, various different airways and bag-valve mask resuscitators in basic life-support environments.
  • Open and maintain an airway, ventilate patients and cardiopulmonary resuscitation, including use of automated external defibrillators.
  • Operate emergency medical equipment to include but not limited to: external defibrillators, bag-valve mask resuscitators.
  • Provide airway maintenance, ventilating patients, administering cardiopulmonary resuscitation, including uses of automated external defibrillators.
  • Established and maintained an airway, ventilated patients, performed cardiac resuscitation, used automated external defibrillators.
  • Maintained knowledge of proper usage of life-support equipment, including external defibrillators and bag-valve mask resuscitators.
  • Operate various equipment including external defibrillators, and bag-valve mask resuscitators in sophisticated life-support environments.
  • Operate specialized medical equipment such as defibrillators, electrocardiographs, and oxygen apparatus.
  • Operate medical equipment effectively such as automated external defibrillators & bag-valve mask resuscitators.
  • Performed identification of heart rhythms on a heart monitor and operated defibrillators.
  • Used external defibrillators, bag-valve mask resuscitators in emergency situations.
  • Administered cardiopulmonary resuscitation, including use of automated external defibrillators.
  • Operated electrocardiograms (ECG) and external defibrillators.
  • Utilized equipment such as defibrillators and electrocardiographs.
  • Operate equipment, such as, external defibrillators, or bag valve mask resuscitators, in basic life support environments.
  • Operated equipment such as suction, external defibrillators and bag valve mask resuscitators in both basic and advanced airway situations.
  • Implement and conduct initial training for recently acquired LIFEPAK 1000 Defibrillators as an appointed trainer for Platoon 2 personnel.

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42. Emt-Basic

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Here's how Emt-Basic is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Educated civilian and military personnel whose MOS and job requirements called for EMT-Basic certification.
  • Assist with classroom instruction and management for EMT-Basic education according to National Registry standards.
  • EMT-BasicMaintained updated knowledge with treatment protocols, response requirements and quality assurance procedures.
  • Provided emergency medical care and transport as a California EMT-Basic throughout Southern California.
  • Received Massachusetts EMT-Basic certification while successfully completing a full academic course load.
  • Administered breathing treatments and assisted medications under EMT-Basic protocols.
  • Provided advanced medical care on ambulance- Supervised EMT-Basic partner
  • Earned National EMT-Basic and Ohio Firefighter certifications.
  • Coordinated off-duty EMT-Basic courses for officer candidates.
  • Maintained EMT-Basic and BLS certification throughout employment.
  • Fire Suppression/Interior Fire Operations* Rescue* EMS/EMT-Basic
  • Volunteer as an EMT-Basic and EMT-Cardiac at events such as the CVS 5K, BoldRDash Race, and the Newport Jazz Festival
  • Worked on an ambulance and in the ER as an EMT-Basic providing emergency medical services for all inmates and free people.
  • Obtain or possesses and maintain certification as an EMT-Basic or IV Tech, or Intermediate, when eligible per County standards.
  • Perform all EMT-Basic Level skills and ILS skills: IV establishment and maintenance with medication administration, EKG use and monitoring.
  • Train students on proper emergency procedures in the EMT-Basic scope of practice as set by National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians.
  • Volunteer Firefighter and EMT-Basic serving the local community by responding to medical emergencies, motor vehicle accidents, and fires.
  • Functioned as an EMT-Basic as part of an ALS ambulance crew responding to 911 medical emergencies, emergent and non-emergent transfers
  • Instruct Texas and National Registry Curriculum to EMT-Basic through EMT-Paramedic students, Serve as a skill tester and class teacher.
  • Act as a Medical Response Team Leader, functioning as a first response BLS EMT-Basic and Military Medic.

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43. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Complete comprehensive medical charting following patient transport to document medical assessment information and injury details for inclusion into patient medical records.
  • Volunteered to help relocate patients medical records file room to another larger room ensuring accountability and security of files.
  • Collected and recorded patient data, assessment and treatments which provided accurate medical records while adhering to company policy.
  • Implemented/tested program for online patient medical records/physical/waiver programs, worked closely with public health, minor surgical procedures.
  • Recovered 50 medical records that maintained 100% accountability and resulted in positive remarks during annual inspections.
  • Administered medications under the supervision of doctors and document clinical care in medical records.
  • Maintained medical records for accurate transfer of patients and ensured patient privacy and confidentiality.
  • Administered medications, collected specimens, transcribed medical orders, and maintained medical records.
  • Completed and maintained detailed medical records, transportation reports, and billing documentation.
  • Updated and documented medical records and performed other essential tasks as required.
  • Screened medical records for deploy ability and other medical administrative requirements.
  • Audited and corrected medical records for potential discrepancies in medical records.
  • Protect the security of medical records to ensure confidentiality is maintained.
  • Transport patients using modified ambulance* Obtain/record vital signs, update medical records
  • Recorded and maintained computer and paper medical records.
  • Transcribed daily medical records for hospitalized patients.
  • Review medical records for completion and accuracy.
  • Used electronic medical records to document patient encounters
  • Document pertinent information in medical records.
  • Documented and maintained in/outpatient medical records.

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44. Treatment Procedures

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Here's how Treatment Procedures is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as maintaining an open airway or cardiopulmonary monitoring, during ambulance ride.
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures such as oxygen administration during seizures and administer first aide treatment.
  • Performed emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures including trauma immobilization, manual ventilation, and psychiatric evaluation.
  • Performed emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures and safely operated EMS vehicles.
  • Performed emergency treatment procedures as needed during transportation to the hospital.
  • Trained and evaluated Medics on in-flight medical treatment procedures.4.
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures during ambulance ride
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures.
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as stomach suctioning, delivering oxygen, etc.
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as stomach suction, airway man
  • Participate in ongoing training to remain current on business and medical treatment procedures.
  • Assisted medical and nursing personnel to perform diagnostic and treatment procedures.
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures unique to each patient.
  • Maintain updated knowledge with treatment procedures and protocols.
  • Perform diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as suction, airwaymanagement, or heart monitoring, during ambulance ride.
  • Performed emergency diagnostic, first aid, or life support treatment procedures.
  • Use emergency medical treatment procedures & health and sanitiation techniques.
  • Preformed emergency medical treatment procedures,and airway manamgent or heart monitoring.

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45. Training Classes

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Here's how Training Classes is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Conducted security-training classes focusing on bomb threat procedures, emergency preparedness, asset protection, and public relations.
  • Developed and delivered training classes on firefighting techniques and conducted Information-gathering training classed to teach staff.
  • Designed and developed firefighter training classes in continuing education.
  • Completed all mandatory education and training classes.
  • Respond to emergent and non-emergent calls for service* Perform daily vehicle inspections* Perform daily station duties* Attend training classes and drills
  • Conducted training classes on the importance of personal hygiene and the proper wear and removal of body substance isolation equipment.
  • Scheduled training classes, to include assisting with in-house education and public education including CPR, First Aid classes.
  • Completed all mandatory education and training classes such as BLS, CPR, Basic and Advance Cardiac monitoring.
  • Contracted with State of California for 8 years to provide EMT training classes to California Highway Patrol Officers.
  • Instructed training classes on basic first aid and employee wellness; conducted rig orientations and safety meetings.
  • Attend training classes to maintain current knowledge of fire prevention, safety, and firefighting procedures.
  • Prepared for station inspections as well as personal inspections; participate in training classes.
  • Participate in all scheduled and assigned training classes, departmental meetings and prevention activities.
  • Monitored all mandatory education and training classes (NREMT re-certification, CPR).
  • Instruct CPR classes for city employees and conduct training classes for civilians.
  • Completed all mandatory education and training classes including instruction for CEU's.
  • Attended curriculum and hands on training classes to maintain certifications and licensees.
  • Observe and participate in safety training classes on and off site.
  • Attended and assisted with training classes such as teaching CPR.
  • Conducted training classes for all members, volunteers and cadets.

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46. Emergency Diagnostic

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Here's how Emergency Diagnostic is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Provide emergency diagnostic and treatment in life-support environment.
  • Performed emergency diagnostics and life saving techniques.
  • Performed emergency diagnostics while on scene.
  • Performed emergency diagnostic and treatmentprocedures.
  • Administered First Aid and Life Support Performed Emergency Diagnostics of airway, stomach, and heart monitor
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatmentprocedures, such as stomach suction, airwaymanagement, or heart monitoring, duringambulance ride.

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47. Blood Pressure

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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • 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.
  • Managed general medical complaints of altered mental status, respiratory, cardiac, diabetic, and blood pressure issues.
  • Perform electrocardiograms, vital signs such as blood pressure or respiration rate and ready patients for various emergency procedures.
  • Obtained blood pressure, pulse, temperature, and other vital signs to assess the condition of the patient.
  • Monitor Vitals; monitor patient's vitals including heart rate, blood pressure, and breathing during transport.
  • Monitored patients while in ambulance, taking blood pressure, vitals, entering demographics and administering IV's.
  • Obtain patients vital signs: Blood pressure, temperature, oxygen level, pulse rate and respiration rate.
  • Assess patient vital signs blood pressure, pulse ox, blood glucose readings, Document patient pertinent information.
  • Determined the nature and extent of illnesses or injuries, took pulses, blood pressure by auscultation palpation.
  • Administer blood pressure analysis, intravenous access, temperature and pulse readings, and hemorrhage control as needed.
  • Monitored vital signs of critical and stable patients including pulse, respiration, blood pressure and oxygen saturation.
  • Take and record patients vitals such as blood pressure, heart rate, respiration rate and oxygen saturation.
  • Monitored patients' blood pressure, pulse, temperature, while maintaining an organized and sterile working space.
  • Run EKG's as ordered, respond to emergencies, check blood pressures, and vital signs.
  • Record temperatures, pulse, blood pressures, respiration rate, and observe neurological signs when appropriate.
  • Assess vitals such as weight, blood pressure, GCS and O2 stats before and after treatment.

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48. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

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Here's how Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Maintained Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Health Care Provider certification.
  • Perform pulmonary and cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
  • Stabilized broken bones, controlled bleeding, treated for shock, administered cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and oxygen.
  • Preformed life saving techniques such as oxygen therapy, medication administration, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
  • Perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation and/or apply automatic external defibrillator on patient to restore breathing or heartbeat.
  • Conduct rapid and focused physical exam, cardiopulmonary resuscitation and first aid, meter dose-inhale.
  • Perform basic life-saving techniques as follows: cardiopulmonary resuscitation, patient assessment and burn management
  • Led cardiopulmonary resuscitation efforts on eight patients, including successful placement of advanced airways.
  • Administered cardiopulmonary resuscitation, automated external defibrillator, activated charcoal and saline to patients.
  • Provided Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation to needed patients, including the use of automated external Defibrillator.
  • Instruct students enrolled in the Emergency Medical Technician and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Programs.
  • Performed emergency medical services such as bleeding control and cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
  • Initiated basic cardiopulmonary resuscitation measures to respond to emergency situations.
  • Provided cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and ventilation assistance.
  • Administer first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation to injured persons.
  • Administered cardiopulmonary resuscitation on patients through various techniques.
  • Have knowledge and skill providing cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
  • Performed Cardiopulmonary resuscitation on a patient.
  • Assisted nurses and doctors in the emergency department with obtaining vitals, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, suctioning, splinting and wound care.
  • Manage respiratory and cardiac emergencies with treatment that includes Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automatic External Defibrillator (AED).

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49. General Public

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Here's how General Public is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Provide Emergency and Non-Emergency care for the general public -Transport emergency and non-emergency patients to and from medical and psychiatric facilities
  • Established and maintained effective working relationships with co-workers and the general public.
  • Participated in fire prevention, education and communications to the general public.
  • Facilitate fire prevention/safety presentations and instruction to school children and general public.
  • Provide direct patient care Emergency and non-emergency transports Telecommunications with dispatch center/providers/general public
  • Perform public education and awareness training and presentation to the general public.
  • Promoted fire safety via demonstrations/speaking with various organizations and general public.
  • Initiated continuous community health & safety training available to general public.
  • Provided Fire suppression and Emergency Medical Services to the General Public
  • Provide emergency and non-emergency medical transportation to the general public.
  • Educate the general public in emergency medical situations.
  • Completed all mandatory education and training classes, Interact with patients, families, hospital staff, and the general public.
  • Skilled at establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with other employees, assisting agencies, hospital personnel and the general public.
  • Transport patients, while giving due regard for the safety of the patient, my team, & the general public.
  • Responded to general public complaints, requests for information and guidance, cooperates with surrounding communities in firefighting and rescue efforts.
  • Ensured the safety of myself, my partner(s), my patients, and general public at all times.
  • Do any fire inspection of buildings assigned for that day and occasionally do fire safety lessons at schools or general public.
  • Work collectively with city, county, and state agencies to provide patient care and safety of patients and general public.
  • Interacted with patients, families, hospital staff and the general public while maintaining high standards of professionalism and compassion.
  • Interacted with patients, families, hospital staff and the general public to provide updates and share best practices.

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50. Life Support Services

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Here's how Life Support Services is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Mitigated life threatening activity, accurately providing life support services during medical emergencies on-scene and en route to the hospital.
  • Assisted paramedics in stabilizing critical patients and provided basic life support services for patients not requiring paramedic intervention.
  • Suppressed fires and provided emergency medical/life support services.
  • Provided life support services during non-emergency transports.
  • Delivered life support services especially during medical.
  • Provided life support services during medical emergencies.
  • Provided basic life support services in emergent and non-emergent scenario's;delivered quality patient care and transported patients via ambulance.
  • Provided Basic Life Support services to Chapel Hill City needs (Sporting events, Halloween, other town events).
  • Answer emergency situations and assess health conditions quickly * Assess patient needs and provide life support services during medical emergencies.
  • Provided life support services for patients en route to the hospital; serviced rehabilitation centers and nursing homes around Chicago.
  • Provide basic life support services, including: AED, airway management, bleeding control, splinting, etc.
  • Provided basic life support services within my scope of practice, in emergency situations - including operating emergency vehicles.
  • Provided basic life support services such as CPR, oxygen administration, bleeding control, and airway obstruction removal.
  • Provided basic life support services during medical emergency and non emergency on scene and en route to receiving facility.
  • Provided and coordinated life support services for special events such as concerts, raceways, and professional fighting matches.
  • Provided fast, basic life support services to the extremely ill and injured using a wide variety of techniques.
  • Perform Advanced Life Support services throughout Itasca County and perform ALS inter-facility transfers for patients requiring specialized care.
  • Provided basic life support services for E911 of Coffee County and driving services for advanced life support ambulances.
  • Provide life support services to gravely injured and ill with intelligence and proficiency on a very regular basis.
  • Provide basic life support and assist with Advance Life Support services in the city, and surrounding areas.

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20 Most Common Skill for an Emergency Medical Technician

Patient Care18.5%
Ambulance Transport12.9%
Emt-B9.7%
CPR5.4%
Basic Life Support5.2%
EMS5%
Medical Care4.7%
Emergency Situations4.7%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Emergency Medical Technician

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Patient Care
Patient Care
13.7%
13.7%
2
2
Ambulance Transport
Ambulance Transport
9.5%
9.5%
3
3
Emt-B
Emt-B
7.2%
7.2%
4
4
CPR
CPR
4%
4%
5
5
Basic Life Support
Basic Life Support
3.9%
3.9%
6
6
EMS
EMS
3.7%
3.7%
7
7
Medical Care
Medical Care
3.5%
3.5%
8
8
Emergency Situations
Emergency Situations
3.5%
3.5%
9
9
Vital Signs
Vital Signs
3%
3%
10
10
Non-Emergency Calls
Non-Emergency Calls
2.8%
2.8%
11
11
Trauma
Trauma
2.5%
2.5%
12
12
Medical Facility
Medical Facility
2.3%
2.3%
13
13
Medical Technician
Medical Technician
2.1%
2.1%
14
14
Emergency Vehicle
Emergency Vehicle
2%
2%
15
15
Emergency Care
Emergency Care
1.9%
1.9%
16
16
EKG
EKG
1.9%
1.9%
17
17
IV
IV
1.7%
1.7%
18
18
Emergency Response
Emergency Response
1.6%
1.6%
19
19
Fire Prevention
Fire Prevention
1.6%
1.6%
20
20
Fire Departments
Fire Departments
1.5%
1.5%
21
21
Medical Services
Medical Services
1.4%
1.4%
22
22
ALS
ALS
1.4%
1.4%
23
23
Fire Suppression
Fire Suppression
1.3%
1.3%
24
24
Life Support Care
Life Support Care
1.3%
1.3%
25
25
Paramedics
Paramedics
1.3%
1.3%
26
26
Customer Service
Customer Service
1.3%
1.3%
27
27
Airway Management
Airway Management
1%
1%
28
28
Medical Procedures
Medical Procedures
1%
1%
29
29
Pre-Hospital Care
Pre-Hospital Care
1%
1%
30
30
Medical Treatment
Medical Treatment
0.9%
0.9%
31
31
Emergency Room
Emergency Room
0.9%
0.9%
32
32
Hospital Staff
Hospital Staff
0.9%
0.9%
33
33
Medical Supplies
Medical Supplies
0.9%
0.9%
34
34
Medical Calls
Medical Calls
0.8%
0.8%
35
35
First-Aid Treatment
First-Aid Treatment
0.8%
0.8%
36
36
Immediate Care
Immediate Care
0.8%
0.8%
37
37
Medical Equipment
Medical Equipment
0.8%
0.8%
38
38
Communication Equipment
Communication Equipment
0.7%
0.7%
39
39
Hazmat
Hazmat
0.7%
0.7%
40
40
Hazardous Materials
Hazardous Materials
0.7%
0.7%
41
41
Defibrillators
Defibrillators
0.7%
0.7%
42
42
Emt-Basic
Emt-Basic
0.7%
0.7%
43
43
Medical Records
Medical Records
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Treatment Procedures
Treatment Procedures
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Training Classes
Training Classes
0.6%
0.6%
46
46
Emergency Diagnostic
Emergency Diagnostic
0.6%
0.6%
47
47
Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure
0.6%
0.6%
48
48
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
0.6%
0.6%
49
49
General Public
General Public
0.5%
0.5%
50
50
Life Support Services
Life Support Services
0.5%
0.5%

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