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Top 50 Emergency Medical Technician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Emergency Medical Technician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Emergency Medical Technician resumes they appeared on. For example, 12.5% of Emergency Medical Technician resumes contained Patient Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Emergency Medical Technician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Emergency Medical Technician

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.
  • Perform any tasks related to patient care and fire operations in accordance with local, state, and national protocols.
  • Work cooperatively with other employees and medical agencies to provide the highest level of patient care possible.
  • Initiated patient care with appropriate treatments, staying within established guidelines and current level of training.
  • Evaluated patient care needs, prioritized treatment, and maintained patient flow.
  • Utilize patient care technique monitor airway, breathing, and circulation.
  • Provide direct patient care on a routine and emergency basis.
  • Assist paramedic with patient care in an ALS setting.
  • Completed medical reports for patient care and legal aspects.
  • Provided, supervised, and managed patient care activities.
  • Assist Paramedic partner with advanced patient care.
  • Provide quality patient care during BLS transports.
  • Documented patient care using paper charting,
  • Filled out patient care reports.
  • Respond to emergency calls and emergency scenarios, ensure apparatus are in service, communication, and pre-hospital patient care.
  • Tasked with development and implementation of patient care policies, guidelines and training and review of staff patient care reports.
  • Document all patient care, BLS skills and all other services reports in a timely manner.
  • Perform patient care in emergency medical situations in the clinic.
  • Assessed and triaged patients providing emergency patient care.
  • Provide Patient care * Beginning and end of shift inventory of ambulance supplies * Write detailed reports

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2. Ambulance Transport
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Here's how Ambulance Transport is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Monitor ill or injured person s condition status and perform any necessary medical interventions during ambulance transport.
  • Provided Basic Life Support for emergency and non-emergency ambulance transports as per company policy.
  • Provided non-emergency/emergency (medical/trauma) transportation for patients requiring ambulance transportation.
  • Provided BLS skills and emergent ambulance transport to residents of municipality.
  • Provided emergency ambulance transport and medical care for sick/injured patients
  • Receive and dispatch non-emergency ambulance transport
  • Administer first aid treatment to and arrange for transport of sick and/or injured patients to the medical facility or ambulance transport.
  • Immobilize patient for placement on stretcher and ambulance transport using backboard, cervical collars, or other spinal immobilization device.
  • Respond to emergencies and provide stabilization, on scene treatment, and ambulance transport of ill or injured patients.
  • Coordinate and input scheduled BLS, ALS, and CCT ambulance transports.
  • Provide ambulance transport to critical and non-critical patients as needed.
  • Operated the ambulance transporting patients to and from destinations.
  • Run routine ambulance transports and provide quality patient care.
  • Immobilize patient for placement on stretcher and ambulance transport.
  • Have since advanced to full-time ambulance transport duties.
  • Perform basic life support interventions and ambulance transport.
  • Prepare patients for ambulance transport.
  • worked with numerous insurance companies to obtain proper authorization for payment of the Ambulance transport.
  • Provide ambulance transportation to hospital .
  • Train new EMTs Transport patients to and from clinical appointments Provide ambulance transportation for transports being discharged from hospitals

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3. Emergency Situations
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Here's how Emergency Situations is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Job duties include, assisting paramedic in emergency situations, emergency driving, vitals, documentation, drug administrations
  • Trained for emergency situations, interacted with emergency room personnel and provided documentation.
  • Cared for patients and family members in Emergency and non-emergency situations.
  • Provided Patient care in both emergency and non-emergency situations.
  • Transported patients in non emergency and emergency situations.
  • Provide medically supervised transportation in non-emergency situations.
  • Reacted calmly and effectively in emergency situations.
  • Make quick decisions during emergency situations.
  • Respond to emergency situations and perform lifesaving techniques until a patient can be transported to a hospital or treatment facility.
  • Responded to a wide variety of emergency situations, that immediately threatened life or property.
  • Perform community services to educate others in safety and what to do in emergency situations.
  • Assist in emergency situations including fires, medical emergencies, service calls, etc.
  • Involved in wide ranges of 911 emergency situations including both medical and traumatic.
  • Responded to 911 calls via ambulance to dispatched emergency Situations County wide.
  • Drive ambulance and handle patients in both emergency and non-emergency situations.
  • Transport patients to Dr. appointments, Dialysis and Emergency situations.
  • Performed basic life saving skills to those in emergency situations.
  • Performed basic life support and triage in emergency situations.
  • Provide Basic Life Support in emergency situations.
  • Operated ambulances in emergency situations Provided patient care in medical, trauma and OB situations Transported patients from accidents to hospitals

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4. Emt-B
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Here's how Emt-B is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Served as Division EMT-B and representative negotiating the ordering of new medical supplies for station engines.
  • Performed Emergency Medical Technician-Basic (EMT-B) duties during mass causality incidents and flight emergencies.
  • Obtained vitals and provided care for patients within EMT-B scope of practice.
  • Provide basic life support to patients within EMT-B scope of practice.
  • Worked as Licensed EMT-B for emergency and non-emergency calls.
  • Certified EMT-B, performed BLS services from 911 calls.
  • Volunteer firefight and EMT-B, responded to emergency situations.
  • Top scores in class in EMT-Basic.
  • Assist in teaching the EMT-Basic course.
  • Worked for Arizona State fair grounds as EMT-B for from 09-1999 to 11-2003 mainly during time of the AZ State Fair.
  • Certified in CPR for the professional rescuer, EMT-B, MAVT, blood borne pathogens, and I-200.
  • Enroll and pass EMT-B class at Tri-C.
  • Provided pre-hospital care under Massachusetts EMT-B State Protocols Operated the ambulance under MassDOT regulations
  • Assisted in ambulance calls and gain direct experience as EMT-B Ability to handle emergencies utilizing all Basic Life Support equipment and skills
  • Performed all duties allowed under the scope of practice as a MA EMT-B during emergent and non-emergent transfers.
  • Worked as an EMT-B for various events on and around the UMass- Amherst campus.
  • Certified EMT-B Over 2000 ran emergency medical calls.
  • Address: 5 E main St, Grand Ridge Il, 61325 From: 2/5/2011 Position: EMT-B, Fire Fighter.
  • License: NREMT-B Certificate, Sept 2001 KY. BoEMS-EMT Jan 2007 IN.
  • Exercised proper patient care during transportation from differing health care facilities Required CPR and AED certifications BLS Certification EMT-B

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5. Medical Records
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Here's how Medical Records is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Maintained medical records, receiving commendations for thoroughness and accuracy in completion of reports and patient documentation.
  • Review medical records for completion and accuracy.
  • Collected, interpreted, and recorded pertinent information from patients, family members, and medical records.
  • Collect pertinent information from the patient, family and friends, medical records and prescriptions.
  • Recorded patients' medical history, vital statistics and test results in medical records.
  • Collect pertinent information for medical records and ensure that it is recorded properly.
  • Gathered up to date information from the patient's medical records and prescriptions.
  • Reviewed medical records before transporting patients to nursing homes or hospitals.
  • Maintain patient documentation, medical records and ensure compliance with HIPPA.
  • Managed medical records and assisted in Outpatient and Inpatient Care.
  • Updated medical records and prepared them for future doctor appointments.
  • Scanned and reviewed patient medical records prior to transport.
  • Utilize and operate ER patient tracking/medical records software.
  • Care and transport of medical patients, medical records
  • Document in and manage medical records.
  • Collected vital information onscene from patients, family, and medical staff regarding injuries, vitals, medical records and medications.
  • Administered 150 immunization, conducted 187 audiograms, and verified 172 medical records.
  • Recorded medical care given on Electronic Medical Records (EMRs).
  • Responded to dispatch emergency calls hourly Assessed vital symptoms and documented medical records for hospital nurses Trained in emergency ambulatory procedures
  • Respond to medical emergencies Maintaining and filing of employees medical records Computer data entry of medical emergencies

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6. CPR
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Here's how CPR is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Performed basic level interventions including CPR, administration of oxygen, spinal stabilization (back boarding), and cleaning/bandaging wounds.
  • Provide Health and Safety Management, OSHA/PESH required training, Haz-Mat, CPR, Etc.
  • Assisted with patient care such as taking vitals, providing oxygen, performing CPR.
  • Certified in Basic-Intermediate Life Saving, CPR/AED trained, and First Aid.
  • Trained to provide CPR, ventilation, and paramedic first assist.
  • Applied CPR techniques, administered Epinephrine Injections and oxygen.
  • Obtained and maintained a BLS and CPR certification.
  • Instructed American Heart Association CPR/AED/First Aid courses.
  • Provide CPR training for all levels
  • Provided BLS using CPR/AED when required
  • Certified in CPR, and BTLS.
  • Lead and assistant instructor for EMT courses and CPR courses Responsible for proctoring tests and retests.
  • Provided patients with pre-hospital care including medication administration, CPR, C-Spine, splinting.
  • Administered CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation) when needed on coding patients.
  • Maintained all confidential personnel files, licensing and CPR compliance records.
  • Assisted medics with IV insertions, intubations, and performed CPR.
  • Render first aid and CPR to Carowinds Employees and Guests Supervise first aid employees
  • Perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to pulseless and apneic patients.
  • Perform Duties of EMT Prepared Paperwork Perform CPR Transported Patients Operate ambulance Respond to Emergency calls
  • Administer medical intervention including cpr, cardiac defibrillation,iv/io access,intubation,high flow oxygen.

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7. Basic Life Support
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Here's how Basic Life Support is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Inventory - Ensured the Basic Life Support gear and Critical Care equipment were stocked and accessible during transports.
  • Provided basic life support, first aid, and assisted the local fire department with ACLS procedures.
  • Provide basic life support skills on a 911 ambulance and assist the paramedic when needed
  • Worked Basic Life Support transferring patients to and from the hospital to outpatient units.
  • Performed the duties associated with basic life support responsibilities while assigned to an ambulance.
  • Functioned in the role as EMT on a basic life support unit.
  • Provided Basic Life Support treatment for patients with severe injuries or illnesses.
  • Promoted from basic life support to advanced life support transports.
  • Provide basic life support skills to patients on a 911 ambulance
  • Worked Basic Life Support transporting patients to and from appointments.
  • Provide basic life support to the sick and injured.
  • Render basic life support to the citizens of Mint Hill
  • Utilize Basic life support skills to treat patients.
  • Performed on-scene patient assessment and basic life support.
  • Use of skills in basic life support.
  • Provided basic life support to patients.
  • Performed pre-hospital emergency care to patients requiring basic life support.
  • Provide pre-hospital basic life support, including taking vital signs and emergency first aid.
  • Provided care to Basic Life Support and Advanced Life Support assignments.
  • Advanced cardiac life support Basic life support Performed basic and advanced patient assessments.

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8. EMS
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Here's how EMS is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Respond to dispatched 911 medical emergencies within the FDNY EMS 911 system while operating under the New York State DOH BLS protocols
  • Aided in the implementation of the EMS system used on military bases in Kuwait, Iraq, and Afghanistan.
  • Utilized downtime to organize and label items on rig for faster access and a more enjoyable customer experience.
  • Communicated with dispatchers, other EMS agencies, and hospital staff to ensure continuity of patient care.
  • Respond to a variety of emergencies, including heart attacks, injuries, cardiac problems and childbirth.
  • Provide fire, rescue and EMS services at racing events, sporting venues and medical standbys.
  • Maintained all equipment, such as life support systems, to ensure proper functioning.
  • Used and participated in the Incident Command systems during all calls and events.
  • Documented all aspects of patient condition and treatment on EMS reports.
  • Certified and Nationally Registered North Shore-LIJ Health System, 911 EMS
  • Show a EMS presence at all sporting and community events.
  • Monitor patients, oxygen chambers and other support systems.
  • Used radios, pagers, and phone systems.
  • Do ems reports, size-ups on scene.
  • Refined ability to solve complex problems using analytical questioning and reasoning.
  • Resolved service-related problems in a timely manner.
  • Respond to all fire and EMS calls in Leesburg Township
  • Trained new employees according to standard operating procedures Approved EMSA Preceptor Created first Coastal Valleys EMSA Preceptor Training Class
  • Designed first company FTO program Company representative on Multiple EMSA committees Operations Supervisor for 5 years.
  • Respond to local EMS calls Perform basic life saving skills Operate and maintain emergency vehicles

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9. Medical Care
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Here's how Medical Care is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Write reports and deal with patients ensuring proper medical care is provided as well as a positive experience for patient.
  • Provide immediate medical care and life saving interventions to the occupants in the town of Brighton.
  • Advance life support for critical injured patients and medical care for medical patients.
  • Perform various duties as required in transport and emergency medical care.
  • Respond to emergency calls to render emergency medical care to patients.
  • Provide advanced medical care for the citizens of York County.
  • Assisted in treating small children and infants with medical care.
  • Provided medical care to critically injured and ill patients.
  • Provided outstanding medical care and compassion to patients.
  • Transport patients while providing medical care.
  • Provide pre-hospital emergency and routine medical care and transportation in accordance with state protocols and guidelines.
  • Provide life saving and everyday medical care for general transportations and emergency scenarios.
  • Assess injuries, administer emergency medical care, and interfacility transport.
  • Provided timely professional pre-hospital emergency medical care.
  • Volunteer EMT- Basic / First Responder - Assess injuries and illnesses, administer emergency medical care, and extricate trapped individuals.
  • Provide pre-hospital emergency and routine medical care and transport at the Advanced Life Support level.
  • Experience include: Providing emergency medical care in a wide variety of situations.
  • provide medical care for patients during transport
  • Provide access control to casino Provide asset protection Provide emergency medical care to patrons, guests and employees
  • Provide emergency medical care to the citizens of Kingsville and its surrounding communities

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10. Vital Signs
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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Monitor vital signs during transport from discharge facility to receiving facility.
  • Respond to help patients in need of emergency care, assist in hospital emergency department, vital signs, and triage.
  • Take pulse, blood pressure, and other vital signs to detect deviations from normal and assess condition of patient.
  • Interacted with patients, took detailed histories, assessed/monitored vital signs, and conveyed patient status to the ER.
  • Transferred patients from home to medical facility, monitored vital signs, maintained ambulance, met regulations.
  • Performed vital signs, accurate documentation, and assessment of each situation based on patient needs.
  • Treat wounded patients, take vital signs, register medical information on patients, clean rig
  • Head to toe assessments, and updated information on vital signs and progress of treatment.
  • Required to write written reports with steps taken and vital signs of each patient.
  • Processed patients by getting a full medical history and taking all basic vital signs.
  • Interviewed patients to obtain medical information, weight and height measurements and vital signs.
  • Monitored patients' vital signs such as blood pressure, pulse and respiration.
  • Assess and monitor vital signs and general appearance of patients for change.
  • Assist with taking vital signs and monitoring during transport.
  • Assessed patients and obtained vital signs.
  • Recorded and monitored Vital signs.
  • Monitor patient vital signs enroute from discharge facility to receiving facility.
  • Monitor and reassessed patient behavior and vital signs en route while ensuring pt.
  • Transported patients to medical facilities Obtained Vital signs Observed patients during transport Documented information on PCR's
  • Assessed and reassess a complete set of vital signs blood pressure pulse pearl respirations and Cmstp.

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11. Non-Emergency Calls
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Here's how Non-Emergency Calls is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Responded to both emergency and non-emergency calls to provide patient care through emergency medicine.
  • Respond to non-emergency calls and transport patients to requested destinations.
  • Respond to emergency and non-emergency calls in timely manner.
  • Dispatched ambulances to emergency and non-emergency calls.
  • Worked in an ambulance setting with a partner responding to both emergency and non-emergency calls within designated cities and hospitals.
  • Work on an ambulance, as an EMT to respond to emergency and non-emergency calls and perform lifesaving measures.
  • Cared for patients on non-emergency calls through assessment, treatment, taking vital signs and documenting treatment on reports.
  • Responded to non-emergency calls, assessed patients conditions and managed breathing, heart and trauma emergencies.
  • Record and fill out patient reports and respond to both emergency and non-emergency calls.
  • Responded to emergency and non-emergency calls to provide quality care to patients in need.
  • Provide basic life support to patients during emergency and non-emergency calls for service.
  • Respond to emergency and non-emergency calls calmly, efficiently and promptly.
  • Respond to non-emergency calls, and caregiver to all patients.
  • Respond to patients in emergency and non-emergency calls.
  • Respond to both emergency and non-emergency calls.
  • Responded to emergency and non-emergency calls medical calls within Hillsborough County.
  • Respond to fire alarms Respond to emergency and non-emergency calls to save lives and protect property.
  • Respond to emergency and non-emergency calls for medical, fire, MVC and brushfires.
  • Schedule emergency and non-emergency transports Dispatch emergency and non-emergency calls Service customers questions and needs COMPUTER Microsoft Office Suite
  • Responded to emergency and non-emergency calls in the San Gabriel Valley area of Los Angeles County.

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12. Trauma
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Here's how Trauma is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Complete full physical, psychological and medical/trauma assessments.
  • Attended ambulance ride in response to emergency calls regarding trauma, motor vehicle collisions, heart attacks and other medical emergencies.
  • 0bserved patients past medical history, performed full patient assessment or trauma assessment based on the nature of the emergency.
  • Assess and manage a patient's condition while managing respiratory, cardiac, trauma, and childbirth emergencies.
  • Respond to and treat any medical trauma, incident, or emergency happening on site of events.
  • Provide basic life support, rapid trauma and medical assessment, and monitor vital signs during transport.
  • Responded to 911 emergencies treated and transported patients to appropriate facilities Trauma, ER, OBGYN.
  • Provide first aid to patients that includes cardiac, respiratory, and trauma services.
  • Handle a variety of patients and injuries including minor and major illnesses and traumas.
  • Perform weekly checks on oxygen tanks, AED and trauma bags.
  • Manage and care for people with medical or traumatic emergencies.
  • Direct patient and trauma care in the Emergency Department.
  • Rendered pre-hospital emergency medical care of simple and multiple system traumas
  • Certified in Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation Training in trauma and medical emergencies
  • Extricated & transported accident victims to nearest trauma facility.
  • Trained new employees in both trauma and medicine for the EMTs.
  • Assigned to ER/ Trauma and fast track department.
  • Respond to medical, traumatic and psychiatric alerts in Orange and Los Angeles counties.
  • Monitored patients with strokes, head traumas, comas, and intracranial hematomas.
  • Perform medical and trauma assessments Monitor patient vital signs and airway Perform basic life support interventions Drive and operate an ambulance

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13. Medical Technician
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Here's how Medical Technician is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Rotated as a state-certified firefighter and emergency medical technician (EMT) as assigned on an emergency fire-truck or ambulance.
  • Assisted certified emergency medical technicians with responses to emergency medical calls throughout the community of West Orange.
  • Provided Emergency Medical Technician services in a US Navy Hospital emergency room.
  • Performed duties and follows protocols for Emergency Medical Technicians.
  • Served as a volunteer firefighter/ Emergency Medical Technician-basic.
  • Accompany and assist emergency medical technicians on calls.
  • Fire Suppression and Emergency medical technician- Basic level
  • State of Missouri Emergency Medical Technician License.
  • Worked as an Emergency Medical Technician, providing emergency care approximately 100 hours per month.
  • Supervised, trained and scheduled hours for seven part-time and full-time Emergency Medical Technicians.
  • Certified Emergency Medical Technician responding to call volume in excess of 6000 responses annually.
  • Perform all Emergency Medical Technician skills that are within my scope of practice.
  • Worked as an Emergency Medical Technician driving to 911 and non-emergency calls.
  • Obtained a National Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) registry certificate.
  • Served as an emergency medical technician for the 911 ambulance provider.
  • Trained in and performed as a emergency medical technician providing emergency medical care and operate mobile medical units.
  • Position: Firefighter(Structural), Emergency Medical Technician-Defibrillation Special Operations Technician Performance Award 1998
  • Executed the duties of an Emergency Medical Technician with an advanced life-support ambulance in a busy 911 emergency response system.
  • Provided Basic Life Support (BLS) as an Emergency Medical Technician for general public.
  • Volunteer Emergency Medical Technician at Plainfield Rescue Squad.

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14. Emergency Vehicle
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Here's how Emergency Vehicle is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Conducted patient assessments, administered treatments, operated emergency vehicle, and communicated with medical staff.
  • Participated in preserving sanitary conditions of facility and emergency vehicles.
  • Operated fire communications equipment, emergency vehicles, extrication equipment.
  • Navigated and drove emergency vehicles along with basic vehicle management.
  • Observed traffic ordinances and regulations concerning emergency vehicle operation.
  • Operated and maintained emergency vehicles and equipment.
  • Operated an emergency vehicle transporting, treating and assisting patients to and from medical facilities throughout the state.
  • Maintained a fully stocked and clean emergency vehicle (ambulance) as per New York State regulations.
  • Operated and maintained emergency vehicles in a safe, efficient manner while obeying all traffic laws.
  • Drive emergency vehicle in safe manner under lights and sirens to scene and hospitals.
  • Provided patient care, and operated emergency vehicles in response to 911 calls.
  • Performed daily inspections on emergency vehicle, radio, and personal equipment.
  • Operate and maintain emergency vehicles in a safe and efficient manner.
  • Maintained a stocked and clean emergency vehicle and back up vehicle.
  • Responded to 9-1-1 calls as EMT-D and Emergency Vehicle Operator.
  • Operate and maintain emergency vehicles with care and safety.
  • Followed safe during practices for emergency vehicles.
  • Responded to a variety of calls in an emergency vehicle with reference to defensive driving and situational awareness.
  • lead EMT, Driver of fire trucks and emergency vehicles.
  • Coach, develop and mentor emergency vehicle operators and EMTs.

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15. EKG
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Here's how EKG is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Assist Paramedics and RN with EKG Leads, IV Preparation, and Vital Signs of critical and stable patients.
  • Perform cardiac assessments, EKG's and non-invasive monitoring to coronary patients in large urban hospital.
  • Operated equipment such and EKG's, AED's and Airway Management in ALS environment.
  • Worked on an ALS unit with a paramedic, getting experience with EKG monitor.
  • Provide patient comfort, vitals, EKG, assist with IV administration, Drive
  • Performed EKG's (<= 10 minutes) and gave respiratory treatments.
  • Performed ECG test, monitored cardiac monitors, and interpreted 12-lead EKG.
  • Place EKG leads on patients for cardiac activity.
  • Performed EKG's and delivered results to physicians.
  • Monitor vital signs, blood draws, EKG's, apply casts and soft splints to patients.
  • Operate equipment such as EKGs, external defibrillators and bag-valve mask resuscitators in advanced life-support environments.
  • Insert intravenous lines to adults and neonates Draw blood, assist with procedures, perform EKG's as ordered by physicians
  • Assisted with patient care, EKGs, blood draws, and other tasks associated with emergency response care
  • Respond to emergency calls 9 hours/week Provide BLS care and assist with ALS care including EKG and IV
  • Performed Accu-checks, casting, splinting, triage, 12-EKGs, and other procedures as needed.
  • Performed diagnostic testing including blood work, EKGs, wet prep, and strep testing.
  • Performed and reported 75 EKGs and heart rhythm monitoring procedures.
  • Preform ekg vitals evaluate soldiers for duty
  • Perform EKGs, Conduct phlebotomy procedures, simple sutures, wound care, etc.
  • Provided firs-aid prehospital treatment to injured people Used external defibrillators, EKGs, bag-valve mask resuscitators in emergency situations.

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16. 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.
  • Review incident reports, daily activity reports for accuracy and maintain inventory control documents for the facility.
  • Monitored suspicious activities, investigated and reported incidents as well as filed reports, as necessary.
  • Identify goals, strategies and objectives to increase productivity as well as review and make revisions to policies and procedures.
  • Monitor guest activity during race evenings when camp grounds and racers spend over nights at the track.
  • Make diagnoses and give emergency treatment to patients who are seriously ill or have life-threatening conditions.
  • Maintained direct communication and liaison with law enforcement agencies and private consultants, as needed.
  • Prepare a patient care report and take notes of the medical treatment given to them.
  • Transport to and from hospitals, nursing facilities, private homes and other medical facilities.
  • Preformed vehicle transport to receive and drop off patients.
  • Communicated with dispatch along with the receiving hospitals.
  • Guard areas with expensive cares and T.V.
  • Commissioned Security Officer Observed and reported activities and incidents for an assigned area preventing security concerns.
  • Care included starting IV's, airway management, stabilization, and triage, as well as patient communication and support.
  • Administered patient care to include: medication administration, phlebotomy, IV therapy, and patient education.
  • Account Payables - received & verified all bills, wrote the checks and mailed out payments.
  • Discussed various illnesses and treatments with patients and family in a supportive manner.
  • Performed vitals/glucose testing Demonstrated ability to lead and motivate outstanding healthcare teams.
  • Function as Incident Commander Responsible to train new and probationary members Responsible to drive vehicles to emergency calls
  • logged daily activity reports and maintained location status on all units for tracking purposes.

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Here's how Fire Prevention is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Involved in department training and educating community about fire prevention and life safety.
  • Conducted community education and fire prevention seminars and workshops.
  • Participate in company fire prevention inspection.
  • Educated community on Fire prevention.
  • Function as a member of the Fire Prevention Team, teaching both SAFE and public fire education to all age groups.
  • Assisted with coordination of Fire Prevention programs for schools and child care centers located within the fire district.
  • Provided nearly ten years of fire prevention, investigation, suppression and technical rescue functions.
  • Provide fire prevention and safety inspections throughout the Warner Bros. Studios and ranch facility.
  • Provide fire prevention, fire fighting, rescue and hazardous material responses.
  • Developed educational programs for the schools and community for fire prevention.
  • Perform public education, public relations, and fire prevention activities.
  • Inspected buildings for fire hazards and compliance with fire prevention ordinances.
  • Educated the community on fire prevention and medical response techniques.
  • Educated the public on fire prevention and safety strategies.
  • Inform and educate the public on fire prevention.
  • Perform routine fire prevention patrols and inspections.
  • Fire Prevention and building Inspection.
  • Perform fire suppression in structural and wildland environments and deliver fire prevention services and public education.
  • Assist with inspections of business and hydrants to ensure compliance with city ordinance pertaining to fire prevention codes and pre-fire planning.
  • Engage with the community with fundraising, fire prevention, protection and awareness.

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  • Served as a Turret operator by ensuring fire department personnel received protection by water coverage while in or around emergency aircraft.
  • Cooperated with law enforcement and fire department personnel on emergency scenes involving multiple departments.
  • Relayed information with fellow emergency team members including fire department personnel and hospital staff
  • Manage communications between police and fire department personnel when necessary.
  • Provided comfort and reassurance to patients; coordinated work with other emergency services team members including police and fire department personnel.
  • Coordinated work with other emergency medical team members to include local police and fire department personnel for transportation of patients.
  • Coordinated with other emergency medical team members as well as police and fire department personnel.
  • Coordinate work with other emergency medical team members, police, or fire department personnel.
  • Work closely with Police and Fire Department personnel during dangerous situations that require their involvement.
  • Educated in building construction, sprinkler systems, building codes for fire department personnel.
  • Coordinate work with other emergency medical service agencies and police and fire department personnel.
  • Coordinate work with other BLS, ALS, police, or fire department personnel.
  • Coordinated work with other EMS team members, police and fire department personnel.
  • Collaborate with police and fire department personnel regarding scene safety and triage protocols.
  • Worked with Fire Department personnel to help with transport of patients.
  • Provide instruction to fire department personnel on needed training items.
  • Assist Fire Department Personnel in responding to 911 medical calls.
  • Comfort and reassure patients.Coordinate work with other emergency medical team members and police and fire department personnel.
  • Fire engine operator Proctored physical fitness training and testing for all fire department personnel.
  • Work cooperatively with Los Angeles County Fire Department personnel on emergency scenes.

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19. Medical Services
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Here's how Medical Services is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Provide the community with health-based education, emergency medical services and a uniformed presence.
  • Employed in Emergency Medical Services- more information available on request.
  • Performed emergency medical services and basic life support.
  • Routed Emergency Personnel to situations requiring medical services.
  • Provide basic emergency medical services to community.
  • Respond to fire alarms, emergency medical services calls, hazardous material spills, and other emergency situations.
  • Provided Emergency medical services for employees, business owners, guests.
  • Performed front line fire fighting and emergency medical services as needed.
  • Rendered aid to people in need of emergency medical services.
  • Respond to calls for emergency medical services.
  • Volunteer for Bandera County Emergency Medical Services.
  • Comply with regional Emergency Medical Services standards, and protect patients' rights and privacies granted by HIPAA and company policies.
  • Provide back-up emergency medical services for Bergen and Passaic counties when local municipalities are unable to fulfill call volume.
  • Protect life and property and provide safety, fire suppression, and pre-hospital medical services for all citizenry.
  • Provide Emergency Medical Services to the citizens of the Town of Edison NJ and the local area.
  • Provided Emergency Medical Services to the citizens of the City of Perth Amboy and the local area.
  • Provide medical services to patients in a pre and post-hospital setting.
  • Provided stand by medical services for pop warner football games.
  • Fire Suppression * Emergency medical Services * Community Education
  • Answer phones Make routine patrols Provide medical services to injured employees

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20. ALS
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  • Perform deployment and annual physicals for Military personnel.
  • Communicated effectively with Dispatch, Receiving Hospitals, Nurses, and Doctors to provide the most beneficial treatment for the patient.
  • Secure, monitor and safely transport patients to hospitals, clinics, and doctors' offices for treatment.
  • Volunteered 506 hours and cleared 50 emergency 911 calls consisting of both BLS and ALS emergencies.
  • Coordinated patient transport via 2-way radio and telephone communications with transport staff and hospitals.
  • Identified and performed life correcting measures for individuals with critical injuries or illnesses.
  • Report to air or ground ALS patient s condition and needs.
  • Assist with patients vitals & recognition of life threatening situation.
  • Provided immediate treatment and transport for ill and injured individuals.
  • Obtained vitals for a floor of 25 patients per shift.
  • Maintained supplies and materials on fire and rescue vehicles.
  • Collaborated with maintenance and housekeeping to reach goals.
  • Experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
  • Transport patients to area hospitals as needed.
  • Drug screening also workers compensation check ups.
  • Assist paramedic on ALS calls; tech BLS calls.
  • Averaged over 10 ALS/BLS emergency calls per day Interacted directly with patients and treated based on standard protocol.
  • Monitored patient vitals and progress thru the detox process.
  • Work with EMT's, Fire Dept., Nurses, and other Healthcare Professionals.
  • responded to fire alarms and also traffic accidents and medical first responder calls

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21. Fire Suppression
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Here's how Fire Suppression is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Provide fire suppression and medical activities in all emergency incidents.
  • Provided leadership, direction and oversight for the safety of personnel & civilians during medical, & fire suppression operations.
  • Provide exceptional fire suppression and ems services for the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government Division of Fire.
  • Provide exceptional fire suppression and EMS services for Campbell County Fire District #1.
  • Adapted to performing medical care, rescue, and fire suppression in emergency situations.
  • Gained extensive knowledge on fire suppression, safety, and property conservation.
  • Provide AEMT-IV and fire suppression services to the citizens of Memphis Tennessee.
  • Provide exceptional fire suppression and EMS services for the City of Wilder.
  • Appropriate medical care, fire suppression and hazardous material scene management.
  • Respond to fire alarms and perform fire suppression duties.
  • Fire suppression and rescue for municipal government.
  • Fire suppression and fire awareness activities.
  • Fire Suppression and product security.
  • Performed fire suppression and pre-hospital emergency care for a major metropolitan fire department.
  • Acted as part of a five person engine crew involved in all aspects of wildland fire suppression.
  • Trained to implement fire suppression techniques, human rescue and basic pre-hospital medical care.
  • Provide exceptional fire suppression and EMS services for the Northern Pendleton Fire District.
  • Performed fire suppression and extinguishment tactics, provided BLS pt care.
  • Fire Suppression *EMS Patient Care * Work part-time, up to 30 hours per week * Volunteer as well
  • fire suppression and basic life support and I have driven the Fire Appartus and Ambulance

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22. Life Support Care
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Here's how Life Support Care is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Provide basic life support care to the sick and injured and transport them via ground ambulance to the appropriate medical facility.
  • Provided assistance to the EMT-Paramedic during their performance of Advanced Life Support care while staying within their own scope of practice.
  • Provide Basic Life Support care to patients in both emergent and non-emergent situations.
  • Provide basic life support care to patients as well as transportation to hospitals.
  • Administered prompt and efficient EMT basic, intermediate and paramedic life support care.
  • Administer first aid treatment or life support care to sick or injured people.
  • Provide Advanced Life Support care to individuals within Iron County.
  • Responded to 911 emergencies and provided basic life support care.
  • Provide life support care to heart attack patients.
  • Administered first aid treatment and life support care.
  • Assist Paramedics with advanced life support care.
  • Provide life support care to patients in distress
  • Administer life support care to sick and injured persons in prehospital setting as authorized/directed by physician.
  • Administer first aid treatment or life support care to sick or injured persons in prehospital settings.
  • Responded to emergency calls and provided pre-hospital basic life support care to medical and trauma patients.
  • Administered prompt and efficient basic life support care within the limits of licensure or certification.
  • Admintered first aid treatments and life support care to sick and injured persons.
  • Provide basic life support care to sick persons in the pre-hospital setting.
  • Provided Advanced Life Support care for Medical and Traumatic Emergencies; required high level analytical, observational and decision making abilities.
  • will respond to medical emergencies and provide pre-hospital BASIC LIFE SUPPORT care to victims of injury or illness.

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23. Paramedics
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Here's how Paramedics is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Provided patient care during transport, assisted paramedics with patient stabilization, monitored vitals during patient transport
  • Work regularly with paramedics in emergency situations to facilitate delivery of Advanced Life Support.
  • Assist paramedics at medical emergencies.
  • Worked part-time as the clinical instructor for Paramedics and EMT's in the Level I Trauma Center at Hollywood Memorial Hospital.
  • Perform under emergency situations; BLS & emergency medical services under the direction and supervision of Paramedics & travel nurses.
  • Assisted staff with patient care, such as: transferring reports from EMT/Paramedics to nursing staff for new patients.
  • Partnered with certified Paramedics and Registered Nurses to maintain the quality of care that was needed to sustain life.
  • Assist Paramedics on advanced life support calls involving adult or infant patients who are in severe or critical condition.
  • Assisted both nurses and paramedics in treating both basic and advanced states of patient injuries.
  • Work with Paramedics and Mobile Intensive Care Nurses on the Specialty Care Transport Unit.
  • Assisted Paramedics with cases that required care above the level of a basic EMT.
  • Determine a patient's immediate medical condition and coordinate care with paramedics and physicians.
  • Work side by side with RN's and paramedics in critical care transports.
  • Assist paramedics with patient care when advanced life support is necessary.
  • Assist paramedics, nurses, or doctors with patients.
  • Assisted paramedics with intervenes (IV).
  • Collaborated with paramedics in the pre-hospital environment.
  • Provided basic lifesaving skills Assisted paramedics
  • Assisted paramedics with triage and treatment of patients in the prehospital setting.
  • Coordinate activities with Los Angeles Fire Department Paramedics Skills Used.

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24. Customer Service
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Here's how Customer Service is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Provide excellent customer service and patient care during routine and non-routine transportation from one medical facility to another.
  • Deliver outstanding customer service to all internal and external customers.
  • Provide excellent customer service while providing excellent care.
  • Provide exceptional patient care, assess situations and their hazards, provide possible life saving interventions and posses customer service skills.
  • Have received numerous letters, and recognition for outstanding customer service from with in company and from clients/customers/members of the community.
  • Render medical aid to the citizens of Arlington and preserve property through efficient, effective operations and outstanding customer service.
  • Perform EMT and fire operation skills, general customer service duties, and some security skills
  • Provided excellent customer service for patients in the emergency room and during phone conversations.
  • Provide quality patient care and quality customer service, including service recovery as needed.
  • Used customer service skills to effectively interact with patients from various backgrounds and temperaments.
  • Provided High Level Customer Service for Students, Staff, Faculty, and Guests
  • Provide customer service to people getting gas and convenience store items.
  • Assisted with customer service issues and community out reach.
  • Demonstrated great customer service with patients.
  • Provide quality customer service and patient care -Provides Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement feedback on all patient care reports to management and crews.
  • Provided emergency medical services to residences and nursing facilities Ensured excellent customer service and proper care for patients and their families
  • Provide quality customer service and care to patients and insuring that all patients are treated with respect and dignity.
  • Balance money and lottery at the end of shift JGear Boot Store - Plymouth, WI Customer Service.
  • Work as a member of a team in high stress and critical situations * High level of customer service
  • Maintained an exceptional quality of care and customer service standard .

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25. Airway Management
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Here's how Airway Management is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as airway management, heart monitoring, and medication administration during ambulance transfer.
  • Provide basic life support, which may include airway management, ventilation, cardiopulmonary resuscitation and use of an automatic defibrillator.
  • Provided advanced cardiac life support, advanced airway management, trauma and gynecological medical services to critically ill patients.
  • Provided airway management along with advanced life support measures for respiratory and cardiac emergencies.
  • Assist paramedics with intravenous medication administration, airway management, and patient assessment.
  • Performed advanced airway management procedures, IV therapy, and pharmacological interventions.
  • Provided appropriate airway management to patients.
  • Administered first aid and emergency life support, including patient assessment, airway management, and use of the automatic defibrillator.
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as stomach suction, airway management and heart monitoring, during ambulance ride.
  • Trained in airway management, CPR, patient assessment, and the recognition and treatment of life threatening emergencies.
  • Attend to patients in critical care, monitor IV drips, provide airway management and cardiac monitor patient management.
  • Perform emergency treatment and diagnostic procedures such as airway management and heart monitoring in ambulance en route to hospital.
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as trauma care, airway management and heart monitoring.
  • Perform airway management, trauma procedures, take vitals, start IVs and administer drugs.
  • Led the procedures in airway management, bleeding control and basic life support.
  • Perform lifesaving interventions such as airway management, and bleeding control.
  • Provide CPR, Airway Management and ventilation.
  • Provided wound care and airway management techniques.
  • Trained in bleeding control, airway management (i.e.
  • Provide basic life support which include: vital signs, airway management, resusication, and use of aautomatic defibulator.

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26. Pre-Hospital Care
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Here's how Pre-Hospital Care is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Provided excellent pre-hospital care and transportation for patients with injuries and/or illness.
  • Delivered pre-hospital care/life rescue for patients in medical/trauma events.
  • Provided pre-hospital care for emergency and non-emergency patients.
  • Performed basic pre-hospital care within the community as well as public relations and was a main provider for the 911 system.
  • Assisted the paramedic/nurse by performing pre-hospital care, including stabilizing and transporting of patients of all ages.
  • Assist my partner (paramedic) with pre-hospital care, package patient for transport to the hospital.
  • Provided pre-hospital care by assessing patients, obtaining vitals, and arranging transport to nearby hospitals.
  • Performed patient assessments and provided a wide range of pre-hospital care in an acute setting.
  • Adhere to all medical protocols and provides pre-hospital care appropriate to level of training.
  • Responded to life threatening emergencies and treated patients in a pre-hospital care environment.
  • Provide pre-hospital care to local citizens that require emergency/trauma care 2.
  • Develop rapport with patients to facilitate the highest quality pre-hospital care.
  • Assess and treat patients with pre-hospital care.
  • Provide pre-hospital care to the sick and injured
  • Transfer and pre-hospital care to patients.
  • Complete pre-hospital care reports and refusals.
  • Documented all interventions and patient pedigree by use of pre-hospital care reports and by a computer based Tablet e-pcr program.
  • Provided pre-hospital care in emergency and nonemergency settings * Conducted inter-facility transports for both critical and unstable patients
  • Responded to 911 calls and do pre-hospital care and transport to hospital .
  • Provide pre-hospital care Transport patients Write PCR for patients

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27. Emergency Room
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Here's how Emergency Room is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Conducted meetings with emergency room staff, case managers, and facility staff to acquire exclusive contracts for services provided.
  • Performed Patient assessments, triage, participate in the exchange of information between on-coming emergency personnel and emergency room staff.
  • Provide accurate detailed report of events to emergency room doctors, nurses and County Medical official board when applicable.
  • Provide care to patients requiring acute medical treatment who are finally transferred/ transported to the Emergency Room.
  • Transported patients without assistance from helipad to emergency room with flight crew.
  • Deliver patients to the emergency room and gave patient reporting to MD.
  • Transport pediatric, psychiatric, geriatric and adult patients to emergency room.
  • Work under stress to get the patient to the nearest emergency room.
  • Aided in with transport of patients to emergency room locations.
  • Conducted acute patient care in Emergency rooms and Clinic.
  • Performed medical care in an emergency room setting.
  • Take patients to the emergency room when needed.
  • Worked with a mentor in the emergency room.
  • Volunteered in Emergency Room doing basic procedures.
  • Assist emergency room staff as needed.
  • Transport to and from emergency room.
  • Transported patients from an emergency setting to the Emergency room at a nearby healthcare facility.
  • Transported telemetry patients from emergency room to cardiac cath lab.
  • Responded to emergency 911 calls Delivered primary care to patients Transported patients to emergency room via ambulance
  • Skilled at Orthoglass splinting in purple zone within the emergency room.

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Here's how Hospital Staff is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Reported detailed medical history, vitals signs and other pertinent patient information to hospital staff during patient delivery.
  • Communicated patient care both verbally and written to necessary hospital staff.
  • Communicated with hospital staff in-order to provide continuation of care.
  • Commuted accurate patient information and treatment given to hospital staff.
  • Interfaced with the public and hospital personnel during stand-by events and when reporting to nurses, doctors and hospital staff members.
  • Communicate with FDNY and Hospital staff to obtain the quickest and best care for our patients.
  • Work 1 on 1 with hospital staff on patient transfers from the hospital to nursing facilities.
  • Fill out reports for the hospital staff describing the emergency procedures performed on the patient.
  • Provide verbal synopses of patient's health condition as well as written to hospital staff.
  • Communicate with hospital staff at various levels in the process of transferring care.
  • Interacted with patients, families, and hospital staff on an ongoing basis.
  • Interacted with patients, dispatch, medical professionals, hospital staff and peers.
  • Assisted ER staff with critical patients until adequate hospital staff was available.
  • Interact and cooperate with ALS providers as well as hospital staff.
  • Excelled in communication with patients, co-workers, and hospital staff.
  • Provide Patient Care Report (PCR) to hospital staff.
  • Passed vital information to receiving hospital staff en route.
  • Complete PCR and patient presentation to hospital staff.
  • Interact with patient's families and hospital staff.
  • Assisted doctors, nurses and hospital staff.

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Here's how Office Supplies is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Inventory and order medical, lab, or office supplies or equipment.
  • Order and distribute office supplies while adhering to a fixed office budget.
  • Maintain and order medical and office supplies.

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30. Medical Calls
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Here's how Medical Calls is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Performed basic life support and spinal immobilization on medical calls.
  • Handle traumatic injuries and medical calls in adverse conditions and mitigate issues that may arise during patient care and EMS operations.
  • Responded to medical calls within the park and staffed the First Aid station for walk-in triage, medical concerns, and treatments
  • Responded to all types of emergency medical calls, administered basic first aid, communicated with physicians, drove the ambulance.
  • Responded to medical calls and provided transport to patients that needed further treatment at a hospital facility.
  • Responded to emergency medical calls and provided care and treatment to a wide patient demographic.
  • Respond to 911 medical calls and treat patients following SNHD and National Registry protocols.
  • Respond to emergency medical calls, car accidents, structural fires, etc.
  • Responded to Fire and Medical Calls in the Camp Taylor Fire Protection District.
  • Responded to Fire and Medical Calls in the Louisville Metro Area.
  • Assist in medical calls in the city of Airway Heights.
  • Responded to Emergency medical calls from health issue to trauma.
  • Responded to emergency medical calls for those in distress.
  • Respond to fires and emergency medical calls.
  • Respond to Fires, Medical calls and other types of emergencies, throughout the town of Swampscott.
  • Received 911 medical calls and gave life saving instructions over the phone while dispatching emergency units.
  • Provide First Responder care to all medical calls and preform BLS.
  • Respond to emergency medical calls during prn shift.
  • respond to Dispatched 911 medical calls.
  • Present Emergency Medical Service Grayson, KY Duties: Respond to 911 medical calls within Carter County district.

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31. First-Aid Treatment
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Here's how First-Aid Treatment is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • 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 to and transports sick or injured persons to medical facility, working as member of emergency medical team.
  • Administer first-aid treatment and life-support care to sick or injured persons in a per hospital environment.
  • Administered first-aid treatment and life-support care to an average of 7 injured persons daily.
  • Administer first-aid treatment and life-support care to sick or injured persons at first response.
  • Administer first-aid treatment to and transport of CCU and ICU to medical facilities.
  • 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.
  • Administered first-aid treatment to injured soldiers Responded to instructions from emergency medical dispatcher.
  • Administer first-aid treatment and life-support care in pre-hospital setting.
  • Provide first-aid treatment and basic life support care for sick or injured individuals in pre-hospital setting.
  • Provide first-aid treatment and Basic Life Support to sick or injured persons in a pre-hospital environment.
  • Administered first-aid treatment and transported sick and injured person to medical facility from scenes.
  • Provide first-aid treatment and life-support in medical and trauma emergencies in a pre-hospital setting.
  • Administer first-aid treatment and life-support care to sick or injured persons in prehospital setting.
  • Administer first-aid treatment and life-support care to the injured in a pre-hospital setting.
  • Administer first-aid treatment to injured patients in a pre-hospital setting while reassuring patients.
  • Administered first-aid treatment and life-support care to sick or injured persons in prehospital setting for the City of Petersburg, VA.
  • Fire Rescue Brevard County, FL Administered first-aid treatment and transported sick or injured persons to medical facility.

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Here's how Immediate Care is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Respond to medical emergencies by providing immediate care and transportation.
  • Assisted patients who suffered traumatic or acute debilitating illnesses, Provided efficient and immediate care to the critically ill and injured.
  • Assess the medical needs of the sick/injured, provide immediate care and assist with transport to a medical facility.
  • Trained to respond to emergency calls and provide efficient and immediate care to the critically ill and injured.
  • Provide immediate care to the critically ill or injured from initial contact through transportation to adequate medical facilities.
  • Administered proficient immediate care to the ill and injured while in route of transport to a hospital.
  • Responded to emergency calls for various patients who are in need of immediate care.
  • Respond to emergency calls by providing immediate care and transport to and from hospitals.
  • Respond to emergency calls from individuals who are in need of immediate care.
  • Respond to emergency calls to provide efficient and immediate care to all patients.
  • Provided immediate care to patients to ensure safety and decrease risk of fatality.
  • Provide efficient and immediate care to ill and injured patients.
  • Responded to emergency calls to provide proficient and immediate care.
  • Provided efficient and immediate care to patients in need.
  • Provided immediate care to injured patients Stabilized and transported patients to Emergency Department
  • Responded to emergency calls to provide immediate care to critically ill and injured citizens in Iola and surrounding townships.
  • Provided efficient and immediate care based on indications and contraindications EMT-B, CPR, and AED certified in 2011.
  • Provide immediate care to the sick and or injured patients as First Responder I am a patient advocate.
  • Respond to 911 calls and provide immediate care and transportation to the critically ill or injured _
  • Key Accomplishments: Utilized rapid thinking and exceptional judgement to provide immediate care to individuals with severe and life threatening crises.

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33. Medical Equipment
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Here's how Medical Equipment is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Maintained and familiar with emergency medical equipment on both basic and advanced life support ambulance units.
  • Inspected medical equipment ensuring compliance with operations and NJ Department of Transportation standards.
  • Performed inventory and maintained supply levels of medical equipment and supplies.
  • Managed medical equipment inventories and restocks.
  • Evaluate and maintain emergency medical equipment.
  • Maintained medical equipment and ambulance.
  • Maintained firefighting/medical equipment and trucks.
  • Ensured that individual medical equipment valued in excess of $25,000 was accounted for and maintained the equipment to unit standards.
  • Assemble, adjust, and monitor medical equipment per hospital protocol and medical direction to insure patient's care and comfort.
  • Inventory and order medical equipment and supplies necessary to support the day to day operation of the first aid room.
  • Support duties for diagnostic and technical treatment procedures, such as setting up and operating special medical equipment and apparatus.
  • Check, distribute, and receive medical equipment and supervise proper documentation of paperwork, bookkeeping and accounting.
  • Assist nurses or physicians in the operation of medical equipment or provision of patient care.
  • Utilize various fire suppression tools, HAZMAT detection and containment equipment, EMS medical equipment.
  • Utilize medical equipment to assess patient and carry out basic life support functions.
  • Handled patient medical equipment in a safe and efficient manner.
  • Be able to read and understand various medical equipment.
  • Helped maintain and inspect medical equipment.
  • Ensured operational readiness of medical equipments and adhered with safety and infection control standards.
  • provided quality control for medical and non - medical 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 cleanliness and operational performance of vehicles and medical and communication equipment and replenish first-aid equipment and supplies.
  • Operated radios and other communication equipment utilizing clear and concise verbal skills.
  • Maintained, distributed and inventoried all communication equipment for the department.
  • Maintain vehicles medical and communication equipment and replenish when needed.
  • Monitored communication equipment to maintain contact with dispatcher.
  • Used communication equipment to communicate with entities.
  • Maintained vehicles and medical communication equipment.
  • Maintained vehicles and medical and communication equipment for the county and replenished first aid equipment and supplies for surrounding departments.
  • Maintained crew's quarters, vehicles, medical and communication equipment and replenished equipment and supplies.
  • Maintain vehicles and medical and communication equipment and replenish first aid equipment and supplies.
  • Maintain ambulances, medical and communication equipment, and replenish first-aid equipment and supplies.
  • Sustain vehicles, medical and communication equipment; restock first-aid equipment and supplies.
  • Take emergency calls from dispatch, operate radio and other communication equipment.
  • Maintain vehicles, communication equipment, and medical supplies up to date
  • Maintained vehicles, medical and communication equipment fully stocked with supplies.
  • Monitored communication equipment to maintain contact with dispatcher Removed or assisted in removal of victims from scene of accident or catastrophe.
  • Respond to emergencies in specially equipped emergency vehicle to specified locations Monitor communication equipment to maintain contact with dispatcher.
  • Key Accomplishments: Accomplished the maintenance of vehicles, medical and communication equipment, replenish first-aid equipment and supplies.
  • Allocate emergency units Monitor and direct emergency alarms Operate a variety of communication equipment Retrieve pertinent data for police

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Here's how Hazmat is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Certified as Firefighter 1&2, EMT-B, HazMat Tech, Extrication Tech, and Pump operator driver.
  • Respond to emergency calls within the city including Fire, EMS, Rescue, and HAZMAT.
  • Maintain SOG's, Training, and Equipment necessary for Hospital's HAZMAT Decontamination Team.
  • Perform and function at HAZMAT incidents.
  • Operate on the HAZMAT team.
  • Worked closely with the Hazardous Materials Coordinator at the Grand Junction Fire Department handling emergency HAZMAT incidents, preplans and training.
  • Respond to Aircraft, Medical emergencies and HazMat spills Respond immediately to fire alarms providing protection to the public and property.
  • Respond to fire, hazmat, rescue, and medical emergencies as dispatched by local municipality.
  • Trained in CPR, HAZMAT, Weapons of Mass Destruction & Mass Casualty Incident Protocols.
  • Received hazmat (level A, B, and C) certification.
  • Completed Hazmat Technician training as an Honor Graduate.
  • Participated as a certified hazmat team member.
  • Perform hazmat operations for spills and leaks.
  • Fire, EMS, Hazmat.
  • Educate all employees on annual/new hire on Hazmat/Hazcom training, Lock/Out Tag Out, MSDS, etc.
  • Skilled in foresight and quick to respond aggressively to fire emergencies, rescue operations and Hazmat calls.
  • Checked forcible entry tools along with Hazmat procedures Drove apparatus daily according to fire department rules
  • Fire fighting, emergency medicine first responder, hazmat response.
  • Fire suppression Medical aid calls Firefighter 1/Hazmat Operational level/ EMT-B Chosen to mentor newer Firefighter
  • Fire Suppression Duties * Life Safety * Emergency Medical Services * Property Conservation * Training & Awareness * Hazmat

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Here's how Hazardous Materials is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Job responsibilities include medical emergency response and any other rescue, hazardous materials incidents, and other public assistance requirements.
  • Arranged disposal of bio-hazardous materials and ensured adequate supplies were available for unit and bag replenishment.
  • Maintain awareness and perform HazMat safety guidelines during Hazardous Materials Disasters.
  • Fire suppression EMS Rescue operations Hazardous Materials Fire Prevention
  • Perform work related to fire suppression, fire prevention education, rescue, hazardous materials, and basic emergency medical services.
  • Served as a resident firefighter at fire station 1 where I responded to fires, vehicle accidents, hazardous materials incidents.
  • Responded to hazardous materials incidents, emergency medical calls, and both structural and brush fires.
  • Responded to all fire, medical, hazardous materials and vehicle accidents incidents.
  • Responded to structural, medical, aircraft, and hazardous materials emergencies.
  • Trained also in Hazardous Materials Operations, Technical Rescue Awareness.
  • Trained and certified as a Hazardous Materials Technician.
  • Performed various types of emergency services related to fire suppression, emergency medical response, specialized rescues and hazardous materials mitigation.
  • Participated as member of agency's regional hazardous materials response team as a Hazardous Materials Specialist.
  • Trained to hazardous materials technician level.
  • Supervised all shift personnel in the daily maintenance and inspection of firefighting equipment, specialized rescue tools and hazardous materials equipment.
  • Respond to fire, rescue and emergency medical events, hazardous materials response/mitigation and routine requests for help or assistance.
  • Responded to and mitigated wildland, structure, and vehicle fires, hazardous materials incidents, medical aids, etc.
  • responded to medical, fire, and other hazardous incidents - assigned to hazardous materials task force
  • Licensed Emergency Medical Technician Intermediate Tech (IV Technician) Certified Firefighter I Certified in Hazardous Materials Operations
  • Assist with basic hazardous materials situations (New York State HASMAT Operations) Accomplishments Valedictorian of North Shore LIJ EMT-B class.

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37. 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.
  • Maintained knowledge of proper usage of life-support equipment, including external defibrillators and bag-valve mask resuscitators.
  • Operate specialized medical equipment such as defibrillators, electrocardiographs, and oxygen apparatus.
  • 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.
  • Operate equipment, such as, external defibrillators, or bag valve mask resuscitators, in basic life support environments.
  • Implement and conduct initial training for recently acquired LIFEPAK 1000 Defibrillators as an appointed trainer for Platoon 2 personnel.
  • Certified as an EMT-I using automatic defibrillators in the field.
  • Administered CPR, defibrillators, and additional treatments as directed.
  • Operate heart monitors, defibrillators and other equipment.
  • Operate equipment such as electrocardiograms, external defibrillators, and bag mask resuscitators in advanced life supports environments.
  • Monitor and assist with different healthcare devices/technologies such as automated external defibrillators and or heart monitors.
  • Monitor patient vital signs, employ use of combitubes and utilize Automated External Defibrillators.
  • Trained in use of automatic defibrillators, spinal immobilization devices, SCBA, suction and other emergency response equipment.
  • Operate equipment such as electrocardiograms (EKG), glucometers, bag valve mask resuscitators or external defibrillators.
  • Operated electrocardiograms (EKGs), external defibrillators & bag valve mask resuscitators.
  • Work with EKGs, external defibrillators and bag-valve mask resuscitators.
  • Assisted with minor operational maintenances to daily equipment including defibrillators, radio systems and hand-held radios.
  • Performed electrocardiograms, operated external Assisted physicians (cardioversion, alines, defibrillators.

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38. Emt-Basic
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Here's how Emt-Basic is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Assessed performance of EMT-Basic candidates during Practical Skills examination.
  • Supply management and general responsibilities of EMT-basic.
  • Maintained certifications as required for EMT-Basic.
  • Provide lifesaving treatment as an EMT-Basic
  • Functioned as an EMT-basic, providing basic life support to patients as well as taking care of stocking/maintaining ambulance.
  • Provide aid to EMT-Paramedic in advanced life support operations, while remaining in an EMT-Basic scope of practice.
  • Co-instructed the practical skill section of the EMT-Basic class of 45 students at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
  • Responded to calls as the leader and decision maker of the crew at the EMT-Basic level.
  • Respond to emergency medical calls on grounds and assist with treatment as an EMT-Basic.
  • Practice as EMT-Basic with collegiate EMS system as intermediary between student body and local AMR
  • Work as an EMT-Basic to provide BLS care to routine transport patients.
  • Passed the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians' EMT-Basic exam.
  • Certified as EMT-Basic from Boston University in the summer of 2004.
  • Operated as an EMT-Basic on a mobile intensive care unit.
  • Worked shifts either with other EMT-Basics or alone.
  • Provide care at an EMT-Basic level.
  • Performed the duties of an EMT-Basic.
  • Maintain a professional attitude, teaching new members how to perform EMT-Basic skills that meet Westlake protocol.
  • Directed/instructed first responders and EMT-Basics on scene.
  • Full time EMT-basic 911 response for the towns of Kearny, Harrison, and East Newark

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39. 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.
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures during ambulance ride
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures.
  • Performed emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, operate electrocardiograms (EKG) and provide Point of Care Testing.
  • Practiced emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as stomach suctions, airway management, or heart monitoring.
  • Performed emergency treatment procedures such as airway suction, airway management, and obtained vitals during ambulance ride.
  • Explain treatment procedures, medications, diets, or physicians' instructions to patients.
  • 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.
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures unique to each patient.
  • Support duties for diagnostic and technical treatment procedures.
  • Maintain updated knowledge with treatment procedures and protocols.
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as advanced airway management and/or heart monitoring, during pre-hospital transport.
  • Performed emergency treatment procedures such as stoma suctioning and airway management.
  • Monitored, recorded, and reported patient acuity Administered first aid treatment and life support services Performed emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures
  • Preformed emergency medical treatment procedures,and airway manamgent or heart monitoring.

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40. Training Programs
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Here's how Training Programs is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Prepared citizens to prevent fire damage by developing and conducting educational and training programs.
  • Implemented training programs to maintain accreditation standards and for employee professional development.
  • Developed, implemented and planned annual clinical and medical readiness training programs.
  • Participate in regularly scheduled training programs underwritten by Grady.
  • Implemented accelerated training programs for employee development and education.
  • Attended continuing education and refresher training programs.
  • Developed and implemented training programs.
  • Attend refresher training programs and continuing education as required by medical control, employers, certifying or licensing agencies.
  • Assisted in developing plans for emergency preparedness, training programs, fire suppression, hazardous materials, and EMS.
  • Participate in industry specific security/safety training programs to offer our clients the best trained officers at their sites.
  • Assist in developing plans for special assignments such as emergency preparedness, training programs, and EMT activities.
  • Devise the training programs and classes to be taught at monthly training.
  • Attend continuing education and refresher training programs as required by employer.
  • Adhered to safety guidelines; completed numerous NYS training programs.
  • Developed and led training programs in preparation for combat.
  • Provide assistance regarding fitness and training programs for personnel.
  • Participated in Numerous Training Programs Related to EMS.
  • Managed the employee development and training programs.
  • Created effective, classroom training programs for the entire fire department; officers performance were greatly improved.
  • Developed effective training programs for 911 specialists; reduced misrouting of calls and provided quicker response to the public.

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41. 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.
  • Carry out treatment procedures and emergency diagnostic, like airway management, stomach suction and heart monitoring, throughout ambulance ride.
  • Perform emergency diagnostics and treatment such as bleeding control, airway management and heart monitoring, during fast paced emergency situations.
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as airway management and/or IV fluids, during transport.
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as stomach suctioning, delivering oxygen, etc.
  • 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
  • Performed emergency diagnostic, first aid, or life support treatment procedures.
  • Administer first-aid treatment and life support to sick or injured persons in a pre-hospital setting Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures.
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatmentprocedures, such as stomach suction, airwaymanagement, or heart monitoring, duringambulance ride.

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42. Blood Pressure
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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Managed general medical complaints of altered mental status, respiratory, cardiac, diabetic, and blood pressure issues.
  • Measured vital signs, such as pulse rate, temperature, blood pressure, weight and height.
  • Interview patients and recording their medical histories, take patients' temperature, pulse and blood pressure.
  • Administered oxygen, controlled bleeding, connected patients to heart monitor, took blood pressure and weight.
  • Monitored and recorded vital signs, took blood pressure readings, and conducted comprehensive medical assessments.
  • Take manual and automated blood pressures with the life pack 15.
  • Perform vital signs including pulse, respiration rate and blood pressure.
  • Blood pressure, pulse, heart rate and glucose testing,
  • Obtain multiple vitals, including blood pressure and pulse.
  • Take patients' temperature, pulse and blood pressure.
  • Monitor vital signs, (blood pressure, pulse, pupils, etc.)
  • Developed a high level of skills in medical techniques such as taking blood pressure, splinting fractures and wound management.
  • Placed patients on monitoring devices such as oximeter, blood pressure cuff, and electrodes to monitor heart activity.
  • conducted medical assessments such as blood pressure, temperature, lung sounds, pulse and pupils
  • Obtained vitals such as blood pressure, pulse rates, respirations, lung sounds.
  • Performed blood pressures and indicated therapeutic modalities including BLS and First Aid.
  • Perform basic EMT duties such as blood pressure, vitals.
  • Obtained blood pressure, ekg, blood draws.
  • Contribute to Critical Care Transports for nurses Applies EKG leads for cardiac monitoring, pulse oximetry, and blood pressure cuff.
  • Perform blood pressure and auscultation, intubation with oropharyngeal and nasopharyngeal airway equipment, and automated external defibrillator.

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43. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
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Here's how Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Assess and treat the patient accordingly by delivering basic life support procedures such as airway maintenance or cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
  • Stabilized broken bones, controlled bleeding, treated for shock, administered cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and oxygen.
  • Conduct rapid and focused physical exam, cardiopulmonary resuscitation and first aid, meter dose-inhale.
  • Administer emergency medical services such as first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation to injured persons.
  • Perform basic life-saving techniques as follows: cardiopulmonary resuscitation, patient assessment and burn management
  • Administered cardiopulmonary resuscitation, automated external defibrillator, activated charcoal and saline to patients.
  • Led cardiopulmonary resuscitation efforts on eight patients, including successful placement of advanced airways.
  • Administer first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation to injured persons.
  • Have knowledge and skill providing cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
  • 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).
  • Responded to 911 calls for emergency medical assistance, such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) or bandaging a wound.
  • Trained in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and advanced cardiovascular life support (ACLS) (now expired).
  • Provided vital and efficient cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to patients in arrest.
  • Perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) or automatic external defibrillation (AED) during respiratory and cardiac emergencies.
  • Learned how to perform basic life support procedures, such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation and automatic external defibrillation.
  • Administer pre-hospital care and cardiopulmonary resuscitation to injured persons.
  • Provide emergency medical services (EMS) such as IV medications and fluids, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and respiratory treatments.
  • Provide non-emergency inter-facility medical transportation Skills Used Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, Basic Life Support, Organization, Safe Driving during Emergency Situations.
  • Administered cardiopulmonary resuscitation on patients through various techniques such as, intravenous (IV) insertion, intubation and drug administration.

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44. General Public
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Here's how General Public is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Provide direct patient care Emergency and non-emergency transports Telecommunications with dispatch center/providers/general public
  • Established and maintained effective working relationships with co-workers and the general public.
  • Initiated continuous community health & safety training available to general public.
  • Skilled at establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with other employees, assisting agencies, hospital personnel and the general public.
  • Provide quality, professional customer service to the general public at all times, including unknown and stressful situations.
  • Provide tactful and expedient customer service to hospitals, nursing facilities and general public through patient care and transport.
  • Interacted with patients, families, hospital staff and the general public to provide updates and share best practices.
  • Fire Officer 1 certified member responding to challenges of fire, EMS, rescue and general public safety hazards.
  • Demonstrate exceptional customer service skills to the general public and everyone involved in the patient's medical care.
  • Ensured excellent customer service with other public safety agencies and the general public during times of high stress.
  • Educated the general public on fire safety, and the proper actions to take in medical emergencies.
  • Interact with patients, families, hospital staff and general public in culturally diverse metropolitan area.
  • Provided emergency medical care to the general public, and maintained a professional atmosphere.
  • Interacted with patients, families, hospital staff and the general public.
  • Educated the general public on basic first aid skills/antiseptics at community events.
  • Interacted with patients, families, ambulance crews and the general public.
  • Educated the general public in fire safety and fire prevention techniques.
  • Administered first aid and life saving measures to the general public.
  • Provided fire safety information to students and the general public.
  • Lead fire prevention and education services to general public.

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45. Life Support Services
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Here's how Life Support Services is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Provided life support services during medical emergencies.
  • Worked both basic and advanced life support services with public, private, governmental and industrial sector agencies and organizations.
  • Operate emergency vehicles safely in high traffic areas, provide advanced life support services to Oklahoma City and metro area.
  • Provide basic life support services, including: AED, airway management, bleeding control, splinting, etc.
  • Provided life support services during medical emergencies on scene and en route to hospital; completed mandatory education and training
  • Provide basic life support services and transportation of the sick and injured in the New Haven County region.
  • Provide life support services to gravely injured and ill with intelligence and proficiency on a very regular basis.
  • Provide basic life support services during medical emergencies on scene and en route to the hospital.
  • Respond to emergency medical calls, render medical aid and perform basic life support services.
  • Respond to emergency and non- emergency calls to provide basic and advanced life support services.
  • Provided life support services during medical emergencies on scene and prepare patient for transport.
  • Job Requirements Include: Providing Pre-Hospital Basic Life Support Services CPR Instruction September 2010-Present
  • Provide life support services during inter-facility transports including ALS and ACLS transports.
  • Provide life support services for a rural ambulance service specializing in 911 emergencies
  • Provide basic life support services for North Brunswick residents and surrounding communities.
  • Assess patient needs and provide life support services during medical emergencies.
  • Provide Basic Life Support services assisting paramedic on ALS squad.
  • Provided pre-hospital medical and trauma life support services
  • Provided life support services on scene and en route to hospitals and other healthcare facilities.
  • Provided pre hospital, advanced medical life support services via numerous organizations throughout Bucks and Montgomery counties in PA...

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46. Medical Assistance
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Here's how Medical Assistance is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Attended emergency medical requests as they arose and rendered advanced paramedical assistance to seriously ill or injured patients.
  • Answered calls for emergency assistance through 911 and provided phone-based medical assistance.
  • Provided emergency medical assistance services to county residents and commercial businesses.
  • Dedicated to providing medical assistance in stabilizing patient's condition.
  • Respond to emergency situations requiring medical assistance.
  • Provided basic emergency medical assistance.
  • Respond to 911 calls such as house fires, car fires, car accidents, medical assistance etc
  • Perform whatever medical assistance is needed as long as it's within the scope of training.
  • Utilized state provided web based program to confirm patients having valid medical assistance to cover transport.
  • Respond to 911 calls for medical assistance at accidents, emergencies and other related incidents.
  • Respond to emergency and non-emergency calls for medical assistance in the Metro Detroit area.
  • Provide medical assistance to patients within the scope of my certification.
  • Responded to emergency calls for traumas and medical assistance.
  • Provide Medical Assistance to those in need.
  • Respond to 911 calls for medical assistance.
  • Provide medical assistance Obtained patient vitals.
  • Provided medical assistance to fire victims; served as first responders to emergency situations until medical unit arrives.
  • Respond to emergency calls for medical assistance for the municipalities of Washington Township and Centerville, OH.
  • Help and transport people with mental disorders in need of medical assistances.
  • Dispatched proximally available EMTs and Paramedics to requests for emergency medical assistance.

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47. Treatment Protocols
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Here's how Treatment Protocols is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Maintained thorough familiarity with treatment protocols, response requirements and quality assurance procedures in system in which assigned.
  • Maintained updated knowledge with treatment protocols, response requirements and quality assurance procedures.
  • Maintained and updated system database with treatment protocols and quality assurance procedures.
  • Maintain current knowledge of treatment protocols and standard operation procedures.
  • Maintain updated knowledge of safety guidelines, fire fighting techniques, treatment protocols, response requirements, and quality assurance procedures.
  • Assisted medical personnel to make preliminary assessments of the patient's condition and select treatment protocols appropriate to the circumstance.
  • Operated a multitude of medical devices and equipment appropriate for field use as approved by the agency and treatment protocols.
  • Maintained current knowledge of treatment protocols and response requirements, always making sure to follow the chain of command.
  • Maintain current knowledge of treatment protocols, response requirements as well as quality assurance procedures within assigned system.
  • Follow a set of state wide treatment protocols specific to each patient condition !
  • Maintained updates of treatment protocols, response methods and quality assurance procedures.
  • Conducted care and treatment under the directions of OEMS treatment protocols.
  • Ensured employees were performing in accordance with established treatment protocols.
  • Maintain current knowledge of treatment protocols and response requirements.
  • Certified in paramedic assistance from IV therapy to 12-lead ECG Conducted care and treatment under the directions of OEMS treatment protocols.
  • Initiated plans of care based on patient assessments.Maintained updated knowledge with treatment protocols, response requirements and quality assurance procedures.
  • Completed all mandatory education and training classes.Maintained updated knowledge with treatment protocols, response requirements and quality assurance procedures.
  • Administered first aid treatment to sick or injured patients in a pre-hospital setting, in accordance with Massachusetts OEMS treatment protocols.
  • Maintained thorough familiarity with treatment protocols, response requirements and quality assurance procedures in the Los Angeles County EMS system.
  • Performed patient assessments on numerous individuals within a 12 hour shift Initiated treatment protocols for patients Prepare patient care reports

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48. Assess Nature
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Here's how Assess Nature is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Assess nature plus extent of illness or injury to establish prioritizes medical procedures to be followed or need for additional assistance.
  • Assess nature and extent of illness or injury to decide what medical procedures to do and when to do them.
  • Help assess nature of illness/injury, take vital signs, and assist in completing required medical procedures.
  • Responded to 911 calls to assess nature and extent of illness to establish and prioritize medical procedures.
  • Assess nature and extent of illness to establish and prioritize medical procedures for a medical detox.
  • Assess nature and extent of illness or injury to establish and prioritize Comfort and reassure patients.
  • Assess nature and extent of illness or injury to establish and prioritize medical procedures.
  • Assess nature of illness or injury and plan of care on an immediate basis.
  • Assess nature and extent of patient's medical condition to prioritize treatment response.
  • Assess nature patient's condition and extent of injury.
  • Assess nature of illness or injury at emergency scenes.
  • Assess nature and extent of illness or injury.
  • Assess nature and extent of illness or injury to establish and prioritizeappropriate responses.
  • assess nature and extent of injury, public education, adhere to and follow policies and procediures

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49. Fire Apparatus
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Here's how Fire Apparatus is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Performed 10 fire suppression techniques and fire apparatus operations in emergency situations.
  • Skilled pumper, aerial fire apparatus and ambulance driver/operator.
  • Repaired and maintained fire apparatus and equipment.
  • Operated ambulances and fire apparatus.
  • Respond safely to calls, and assist with providing patient care on fire apparatus, ambulance, or quick response vehicle.
  • Performed routine maintenance of fire apparatus, as well as drilling and training in new firefighting techniques and safety practices.
  • Qualified to operate and pump fire apparatus such as Engine, tanker, grass truck, ambulance.
  • Treat patients until EMS arrives, Perform Fire and extrication duties, Operate Fire apparatus.
  • Operated as a relief driver where I performed preventive maintenance on fire apparatus.
  • Instructed personnel in drivers training in the safe operation of fire apparatus.
  • Provided fire suppression by the use of hand tools and/or fire apparatus.
  • Maintained fire apparatus, ambulances, and related tools.
  • Maintain daily logs and maintenance on fire apparatus.
  • Drive fire apparatus when needed.
  • Operate fire apparatus as needed.
  • Drive and maintain fire apparatus.
  • Set up initial ICS at all incidents as first arriving apparatus Perform station maintenance and fire apparatus maintenance.
  • Maintain company fire apparatus', fire equipment and tools, and personal protective equipment.
  • Drive and operate 5 types of fire apparatus and life squad .
  • Operated fire apparatus and equipment Responded to Hazardous material incidents Conducted community education classes Conducted preplans on local business

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Here's how Public Education is used in Emergency Medical Technician jobs:
  • Provided fire prevention training, public education, strategic planning and logistics during critical time sensitive situations.
  • Maintain Certification through training Maintain a high level of physical readiness Maintain Emergency Apparatus Perform Public Education.
  • Work in dangerous high stress situations while maintaining composure and participating in public education programs.
  • Lead and assist in public education to Boy Scouts of America, public schools, and other organizations.
  • Fire suppression, Emergency Medical Services, Public education, Arson Investigation and Fire Prevention/ Inspections.
  • Provide EMS coverage at events and work to promote public education and in-house training.
  • Fire prevention, public education, and always focusing on providing quality customer service.
  • Participated in public education and fire prevention, conducted several fire training classes.
  • Protected lives and property of the public through both rescue and public education.
  • Coordinate and schedule public education events for Engine 4 Platoon Two.
  • Volunteer often for shifts both through the ambulance and public education.
  • Implemented public education events at area schools and businesses.
  • Assisted with the preparation of public education materials.
  • Provide public education to local schools and businesses.
  • Provided public education which involved teaching daily operations of Emergency Medical Systems.
  • Assist in maintaining continueing education, public education & fundraisers.
  • Perform in a probationary capacity during fire suppression and emergency medical services Fire prevention, public education Vehicle and station maintenance
  • Provide fire protection/suppression Emergency medical care Public education
  • Respond to emergencies in Immediately Dangerous to Life and Health environments -Public Education -Vehicle, Equipment, and Building maintenance
  • Command Officer Safety Officer Initial fire investigations Led various public education projects.

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20 Most Common Skills For An Emergency Medical Technician

Patient Care

16.1%

Ambulance Transport

11.9%

Emergency Situations

9.3%

Emt-B

9.0%

Medical Records

7.0%

CPR

5.0%

Basic Life Support

4.8%

EMS

4.6%

Medical Care

4.4%

Vital Signs

4.2%

Non-Emergency Calls

3.5%

Trauma

3.2%

Medical Technician

2.6%

Emergency Vehicle

2.5%

EKG

2.3%

IV

2.1%

Fire Prevention

1.9%

Fire Department Personnel

1.9%

Medical Services

1.8%

ALS

1.8%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Emergency Medical Technician

Rank Skill
1 Patient Care 12.5%
2 Ambulance Transport 9.3%
3 Emergency Situations 7.2%
4 Emt-B 7.0%
5 Medical Records 5.5%
6 CPR 3.9%
7 Basic Life Support 3.8%
8 EMS 3.6%
9 Medical Care 3.4%
10 Vital Signs 3.2%
11 Non-Emergency Calls 2.7%
12 Trauma 2.5%
13 Medical Technician 2.0%
14 Emergency Vehicle 1.9%
15 EKG 1.8%
16 IV 1.7%
17 Fire Prevention 1.5%
18 Fire Department Personnel 1.5%
19 Medical Services 1.4%
20 ALS 1.4%
21 Fire Suppression 1.3%
22 Life Support Care 1.3%
23 Paramedics 1.3%
24 Customer Service 1.2%
25 Airway Management 1.0%
26 Pre-Hospital Care 0.9%
27 Emergency Room 0.9%
28 Hospital Staff 0.8%
29 Office Supplies 0.8%
30 Medical Calls 0.8%
31 First-Aid Treatment 0.8%
32 Immediate Care 0.8%
33 Medical Equipment 0.7%
34 Communication Equipment 0.7%
35 Hazmat 0.7%
36 Hazardous Materials 0.7%
37 Defibrillators 0.7%
38 Emt-Basic 0.7%
39 Treatment Procedures 0.6%
40 Training Programs 0.6%
41 Emergency Diagnostic 0.6%
42 Blood Pressure 0.6%
43 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation 0.6%
44 General Public 0.5%
45 Life Support Services 0.5%
46 Medical Assistance 0.5%
47 Treatment Protocols 0.5%
48 Assess Nature 0.5%
49 Fire Apparatus 0.4%
50 Public Education 0.4%
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