Top Paramedic Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Paramedic. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Paramedic resumes they appeared on. For example, 15.4% of Paramedic resumes contained Emergency Room as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Paramedic actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Paramedic resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Emergency Room

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Here's how Emergency Room is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Communicated vital patient information effectively to emergency room physicians and nurses in a fast paced and high stress environment.
  • Responded to medical emergencies and provided advanced life support in coordination with emergency room physicians.
  • Performed patient care to understaffed Emergency Room and with Emergency Services independent of medical doctors.
  • Provide emergency medical support in capacity of a Paramedic in the emergency room environment.
  • Stabilized patient for transport and communicated critical information to emergency room physicians.
  • Communicated with emergency room and third party staff regularly.
  • Designed logistics ordering and organization for Emergency Room operations.
  • Performed quality assurance of emergency room records and documents.
  • Selected for an Experimental Emergency Room Technician program.
  • Coordinated bed management within the emergency room.
  • Provided safe transportation to local emergency rooms.
  • Worked as a paramedic (nursing role) in the emergency room Primary caregiver with full patient load in busy emergency room
  • Worked 12 hour night shifts at Parkland Hospital in one of the busiest and most dangerous emergency rooms in the nation.
  • Worked with a small team of nurses and doctors for a neighborhood emergency room handling a wide range of medical conditions.
  • Assisted with duties in the emergency room when stationed at Berlin Memorial Hospital, on an as needed basis.
  • Assisted emergency room staff with care and treatment of patients in the emergency room when not busy on calls.
  • Ensured safe and efficient emergency driving to, and transport from, scene locations to area hospital emergency rooms.
  • Assisted as member of the emergency room team utilizing skills and knowledge in the Paramedic scope of practice.
  • Work as well in the emergency room setting with and under the direction of the RN charge nurse.
  • Work as a Paramedic in a busy emergency room working with Doctors, Physician Assistants and Registered Nurses.

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2. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Directed patient care while performing assessments, administering medical interventions, and transporting patients requiring advanced life support during inter-facility transfers.
  • Consult with On Line Medical Control physicians regarding discretionary orders for medications to provide optimal patient care.
  • Developed critical thinking skills and created excellent communication skills while performing patient care.
  • Complete patient care reports and communicate relevant patient care information to receiving hospital.
  • Provided direct patient care during inter-facility transfer of critically ill adults and children.
  • Maintained units and equipment to ensure optimum performance in administering patient care.
  • Provided patient care at Advanced Life Support level during emergency and non-emergency transfers
  • Administered advanced level of patient care to critical patients requiring transport between facilities
  • Perform specialized emergency medical and cardiac skills as necessary for patient care.
  • Performed unit rehabilitation and patient care documentation following patient contact.
  • Ascertain patient history and create Medical documentation during patient care.
  • Operate patient care equipment including respiratory ventilators and cardiac monitors.
  • Administered medications, assessed patients and documented patient care.
  • Document patient care reports including treatments rendered to emergency patients
  • Managed critical patient care for long-distance inter-hospital transfers.
  • Maintained accurate patient care reports while maintaining confidentiality.
  • Utilized paper- and computer-based patient care reports.
  • Documented all patient care information as required.
  • Provided patient care and advanced life support to the citizens of Columbus including trench rescues, rope rescues, and extrication.
  • Provide patient care using basic and advanced life support services according to standing orders, medical control orders and hospital policy.

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3. Life Support Care

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Here's how Life Support Care is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Advanced Life support care including but not limited to medication administration, airway management, cardiac monitoring and patient evaluation.
  • Managed the transport of critical patients to local hospitals or other emergency medical agencies while providing advanced life support care
  • Provide advanced life support care to critically ill and injured patients in emergency and non-emergency environments.
  • Functioned primarily as a paramedic delivering advanced life support care to patients.
  • Rendered emergency and life support care as prescribed by established protocols.
  • Worked full-time administering advanced life support Care in Mercer County
  • Provide advanced life support care for Indianapolis Indians, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Indianapolis Colts, and Indianapolis Convention Center patrons.
  • Provide advanced life support care for the people of Sussex County Delaware as a two person ALS provider response configuration.
  • Provided advanced life support care at large events (football games, concerts, and other school events).
  • Monitor Patient care and treatment as well as provide de Advance as well as Basic Life support Care to Patients
  • Field Paramedic providing Basic life support and Advanced Life support care to the citizens of Moore County.
  • Provide basic, advanced, and cardiac life support care and measures to clients directly including transportation.
  • Provided advanced life support care to a population of 18,000 in a suburb of Pittsburgh, PA
  • Provided Advanced Life Support care to acutely ill and injured patients in a 911 based system.
  • Provide advanced life support care to sick and injured patients in concert with volunteer ambulances.
  • Provided basic and advanced life support care during 911 emergency calls and non-emergency transfers.
  • Performed advance life support care of patients for medical, and traumatic injury emergencies.
  • Provided advanced life support care to patients responding to 911 and critical care transports.
  • Provided advanced life support care to the citizens and visitors of Leon County.
  • Provide basic and advanced life support care in emergency and non-emergency medical calls.

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4. Ambulance Transport

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Here's how Ambulance Transport is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures including airway management and heart monitoring, during ambulance transport.
  • Respond to emergency situations providing medical care and ambulance transportation
  • Provided care to patients during ambulance transports both from the scene of accident and illness and during inter-facility transport.
  • Immobilize patient for placement on stretcher and ambulance transport, using backboard or other spinal immobilization device.
  • Provide private ALS ambulance transport to patients to and from the hospital or doctors appointments.
  • Provide patient care and ambulance transport in emergency and non- emergency settings.
  • Immobilize patients for placement on stretcher and ambulance transport.
  • Scheduled ambulance transports and wheel chair van transports.
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as oral intubation, heart monitoring, or medication administration during ambulance transport.
  • Provided advanced life support and interfacility emergency ambulance transport to medical patients in the DC/MD/VA metropolitan area.
  • Worked 24-hour shifts as part of a team providing prehospital care or ambulance transportation in the metropolitan Detroit area.
  • Provided advanced life support ambulance transport in the Susanville area to local and regional hospitals.

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5. IV

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Here's how IV is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Fire Fighter/Driver Operator Fire suppression/prevention/community education.
  • Managed critically ill/injured patients effectively with rapid assessments, aggressive resuscitation, packaging and transport to appropriate definitive care emergency departments.
  • Coordinated with pharmaceutical representatives to keep medications in stock and in date, allowing the physicians to more effectively practice medicine.
  • Consulted with site safety personnel and assisted in planning and executing field activities applicable to medical and emergency services requirements.
  • Provided comprehensive physical assessments, obtaining history of present illness, pertinent medical history and review of current medication.
  • Provided emergency and non-emergency advanced life support for patients in a private ambulance service and urban, fire-based settings.
  • Perform pulmonary and cardiac resuscitation Obtain and record vital signs and pertinent medical history Give necessary medications.
  • Worked closely with the Safety department to help develop and deliver Safety/Medical combined presentations camp wide.
  • Demonstrated professionalism, advocacy, leadership, and effective communication in hazardous, dynamic environments.
  • Provide adequate report to nursing and other medical staff upon arrival to emergency department.
  • Managed supplies and equipment for department and implemented cost-effective measures that were executed department-wide.
  • Worked with local fire department as Volunteer Firefighter/Paramedic and Medical Officer for five years.
  • Communicate with receiving facility to receive medical direction and to provide critical information.
  • Detailed reports and patient care delivered with compassion and professionalism in critical moments.
  • Responded to and managed incidents of emergency and elective patient care and transportation.
  • Participated in Public Safety Programs and delivered presentations within the local school system.
  • Served as Ambulance Lead role over inter-facility division of large metropolitan service.
  • Delivered high-quality and compassionate care to the indigent and low-income patient community.
  • Provide medical attention to ill or injured individuals on emergency scenes.
  • Performed daily vehicle inspections, preventative maintenance and inventory reports.

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6. EMS

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Here's how EMS is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Charleston, SC Critical Care Paramedic Hospital based EMS system Responded to emergency situations, transporting critical and non-critical patients.
  • Managed several special projects including a revision of the emergency equipment bags utilized by career and volunteer EMS providers.
  • Coordinated communication on the project between medical director and EMS director.
  • Developed educational programs concerning EMS issues.
  • Maintained the supplies for four EMS stations in the district, including inventory, reorder, and maintenance on broken equipment.
  • Performed independently as a paramedic in a busy urban EMS setting with a multitude of commendations from patients and other agencies.
  • Provide patient care at an ALS level, monitor, maintain and restock all EMS related equipment and supplies including medications.
  • Act as a liaison to other services including, but not limited to: Fire, Law, EMS, Hospitals.
  • Maintained equipment on the ambulance that would be required in emergencies, such as life support systems and other medical apparatus.
  • Responded to medical emergencies in 911 systems in Phoenix, Arizona and San Diego, California with the Rural Metro Corporation.
  • Maintained equipment that could be required in emergencies in proper condition, such as life support systems and other medical apparatus.
  • Highlight: Developed an EMS evaluation survey (customer satisfaction) to be distributed to randomly selected patients by run numbers.
  • Provided initial fire and EMS education as well as continuing education needs to numerous agencies and providers in the area.
  • Provide advanced life support care as part of the Wake County EMS system serving Raleigh, NC and the surrounding county
  • Served as Field Training Officer to new employees, EMS students and peers requiring in-service on patient care or equipment.
  • Initiated a program that will reduce Emergency Department spending by limiting the amount of items that are stocked in rooms.
  • Maintain the ambulance, ensuring its serviceability, maintaining its cleanliness, and reporting any problems to the appropriate resources.
  • Maintain radio or other contact with fellow EMS personnel, dispatch, other public safety personnel and hospital staff.
  • Drafted, organized, and reviewed documents related to employee training and skills certification on skills for EMS personnel.
  • Report all patient information, care provided, and reaction to interventions on appropriate forms or computerized reporting systems.

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7. Provide ALS

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Here's how Provide ALS is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Provide ALS coverage for events to include concerts, parades, sporting events, and medical coverage at Washington Nationals Park.
  • Provide ALS care and BLS care to patients in emergency settings as well as during transfers and transports.
  • Provide ALS support to local volunteer EMS agencies as requested in the emergency setting in Henry County.
  • Provide ALS & BLS patient care; Emergency Vehicle Operator; preceptor for paramedic students; Acting Lieutenant
  • Intercepted with outlying BLS ambulances as quickly as possible to provide ALS patient care to rural services.
  • Provide ALS care of critically sick and injured patients from emergency scenes and during inter-facility transfers.
  • Provide ALS services including IV, medications administration, Cardiac care and other care as needed.
  • Determine the extent of injury/illness, provide ALS or BLS care as needed disposition appropriately.
  • Respond to emergency and non emergency calls to provide ALS skills and optimal patient care.
  • Provide ALS assistance to BLS crew and/or ALS assistance for paramedic units requesting additional help.
  • Provide ALS interventions in a fast and accurate manor with a positive bedside manor.
  • Provide ALS EMS Standby staffing for various special events as contracted by MedCorp.
  • Provide ALS response and care to Cumberland, Salem, and Gloucester Counties.
  • Provide ALS care en route and possible back up 9-1-1 assistance when required.
  • Provide ALS/BLS care and transport to hospitals for all types of patients.
  • Provide ALS patient care to all medical and trauma patients as needed.
  • Provide ALS support to area EMS services from a Hospital Based Response.
  • Respond to wildfire incidents and provide ALS patient care and fire suppression.
  • Provide ALS&BLS interventions to patients in a cost effective manner.
  • Provide ALS care working with another paramedic in many high stress environments.

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8. EKG

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Here's how EKG is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Provided inter-facility transport to patients who required EKG monitoring, medication infusion and/or ventilator support during transport.
  • Utilized breathing apparatus, administered several pharmacological interventions, and EKG monitoring with 12 lead.
  • Position also allowed for ordering and initiation of lab work, IV access, EKG, and radiology within established protocols.
  • Place EKG pads on patients as well as monitor patients for any irregular rhythm that may occur from allergic reaction.
  • Establish intravenous access, administer medications, perform 12 lead EKG's and monitor patients condition and treat as needed.
  • Perform and interpret EKG findings and deliver appropriate medical treatment within a given scope of practice and per standing orders.
  • Worked in the ER/CCU as a staff Paramedic rendering emergency care and monitoring EKG rhythms on 24 CCU patients.
  • Maintained and utilized a variety of medical equipment in the diagnosis and treatment of patients including 12 lead EKG.
  • Admit all patients performing EKG, Blood draws, Urine Drug Screen, medication administration and medical history documentation.
  • Performed advanced skills such as IV's, EKG's, med administration, electrical cardiac interventions, etc.
  • Access critical medical situations * Emergency caregiver in the ER * EKG's, IV's, medication administration
  • Recognize and interpret lethal EKG rhythms and administer appropriate medications for lethal rhythms in accordance with regional protocols.
  • Assist and lead training classes hospital wide in ACLS, PALS, CPR, Stroke Awareness and EKG interpretation
  • Performed continuance observation, interpretation & communication of cardiac rhythms as well as charting and interpreting EKG rhythms.
  • Preformed EKG, 12 leads, Blood work or other medical skills as directed by nurses and/or physicians.
  • Provided critical care transport to patients who needed constant monitoring of EKG, drug infusions and airway maintenance.
  • Perform EKG'S and IV'S on medical And Trauma patients under the direction on the charge Nurse.
  • Preform EKG, IV insertion, Triage Patients including past medical history, medications, and allergy.
  • Administer medications, IV's, EKG's, CPR, and various other advanced medical care.
  • Document patient care reports, utilize life pack 12 EKG, initiate IV's perform blood draws.

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9. Pre-Hospital Care

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Here's how Pre-Hospital Care is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Provided proper pre-Hospital Care to patients at basic and advanced levels following established medical and operational protocols.
  • Provided patients with ongoing care via the established pre-hospital care protocols including proper documentation and HIPAA guidelines.
  • Functioned as a paramedic and provided ongoing care to patients via established pre-hospital care protocols.
  • Advanced life support pre-hospital care is rendered to critically ill and severely injured persons.
  • Provide medical attention for patients needing inter-facility transport and pre-hospital care.
  • Performed written documentation in pre-hospital care report and online documenting system.
  • Administer pre-hospital care and cardiopulmonary resuscitation to sick or injured persons.
  • Provided pre-hospital care in both an emergency and non-emergency setting.
  • Managed a medical response unit providing pre-hospital care and treatment.
  • Administer pre-hospital care and cardiopulmonary resuscitation to injured patients.
  • Administer pre-hospital care in emergent and non-emergent situations.
  • Provide Pre-hospital Care to ill or injured residents
  • Provide pre-hospital care in austere environments.
  • Administered advanced pre-hospital care within the limits of my NYS DOH certification and in accordance with approved REMAC REMSCO protocols.
  • Assist and support all BLS providers and other agency personnel at a scene of emergency when rendering pre-hospital care.
  • Complete organization of pre-hospital care services and on routine duties in the care and maintenance of each patient.
  • Gained patient trust, formulated a working diagnosis, then chose and administered the appropriate pre-hospital care.
  • Provided pre-hospital care via ground ambulance to a county with a population of approximately 80 thousand people.
  • Respond to and administer pre-hospital care and transport patients with various types of injuries and illnesses.
  • Provided medical and trauma pre-hospital care to 4 hospitals serving 600,000+ community residents and visitors.

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10. Trauma

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Here's how Trauma is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Recognized adult and pediatric Medical and Traumatic emergencies, performed critical physical exams, and made reasonable and acceptable differential diagnosis.
  • Anticipated potentially life-threatening occurrences of medical and traumatic injuries and instituted appropriate emergency treatments where essential for the preservation of life.
  • Established personal and professional rapport with both medical and traumatized patients to provide comfort while administering emergency treatment and care.
  • Performed sophisticated life support procedures in flight, including advanced airway support, wound management, and traumatic amputation management.
  • Perform trauma/medical assessment and transport according to city policy and procedures and Pennsylvania Department of Health regulations.
  • Responded to the inmate population at Clayton County Correctional Center for medical and trauma related emergencies.
  • Provide basic and/or advanced cardiac life support for medical or trauma patients, including medication administration.
  • Transport and care for medically ill and traumatically injured patients in emergency and non-emergency situations.
  • Provided advanced life support for body trauma while remaining alert to psychological conditions and effects.
  • Function as Hospital based Paramedic within a high volume Emergency system with state trauma certification.
  • Provided stabilizing medical treatment for medical and trauma patients during transport to the emergency department.
  • Monitored vital signs and assisted in emergency management of critical medical and traumatic patients.
  • Performed accurate rapid trauma and focused assessments in order to make differential diagnoses.
  • Provide advanced medical and trauma care and life saving stabilization during emergency responses.
  • Responded to emergency calls of patients regarding medical and trauma emergencies.
  • Provide Advanced Life Support to medical/trauma patients Preceptor for the Paramedic Program
  • Completed assessment and stabilization treatments of medically ill and traumatically injured patients
  • Provide advanced medical care to medical non-traumatic and trauma patients.
  • Diagnosed and treated traumatized patients throughout various medical emergencies.
  • Responded to medical/trauma calls on construction site

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11. Emergency Situations

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Here's how Emergency Situations is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Worked on the ambulance crew, administering paramedic services in both emergency and non-emergency situations for various municipalities and medical agencies.
  • Responded to acute illness and emergency situations that occurred within the facility providing prompt care until additional resources arrived.
  • Participated in the exchange of information clearly and concisely during transfer of care during life threatening emergency situations.
  • Conduct medical evaluation, treatment & stabilization of the critically ill and injured in emergency situations.
  • Field paramedic responsible for patient care and transport in both emergency and non-emergency situations.
  • Delivered succinct patient report and precise documentation to hospital physicians in acute emergency situations.
  • Provide patients with exceptional medical support and care in emergency and non-emergency situations.
  • Utilize my education and experience as a paramedic to perform in emergency situations.
  • Provide quality patient care and transportation to the hospital during emergency situations.
  • Respond to emergency situations involving potential loss of life or bodily injury.
  • Write descriptive, detailed reports documenting care provided in emergency situations.
  • Hired, supervised and trained paramedic team responding to emergency situations.
  • Provide safe environments for personnel and citizens during emergency situations.
  • Provide advanced life support in emergency and non emergency situations.
  • Responded to emergency situations, transporting critical and non-critical patients.
  • Provide needed medical attention to people in emergency situations.
  • Provide superior patient care in non-emergent and emergency situations.
  • Provide leadership and scene management in emergency situations.
  • Perform patient care in emergency and non-emergency situations.
  • Assumed immediate control of accident and emergency situations.

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12. Medical Care

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Here's how Medical Care is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Provided advanced medical care to the sick and injured Completed documentation on patient care Completed inventory checks and equipment tests
  • Respond to multiple communities 911 requests for emergency medical care Inter facility transfers Critical care transports Nursing home emergencies
  • Provided medical care for critically ill or injured patients during inter-facility transports to higher level of care facilities.
  • Provided independent routine and emergency medical care to assigned and supported personnel in both permissive and non-permissive environments.
  • Selected from a highly competitive pool of candidates to provide advanced medical care during inter-facility transports.
  • Designed, launched, and managed successful emergency paramedic response program resulting in increase medical care.
  • Provided emergency and non-emergency medical care and treatment to civilians at military bases in Afghanistan.
  • Provide emergency medical care to sick and injured persons including transport to appropriate destination facility.
  • Provided advanced level of medical care to both critical and non-critical patients outside the hospital setting
  • Administered clinical medical care/support at base site, maintained records, and ordered supplies/medications.
  • Provide advanced emergency medical care and transport of critically ill and injured patients.
  • Assess injuries and administer necessary medical care and extricate trapped individuals when needed.
  • Provided emergency medical care according to written protocols and on-line medical control.
  • Provided emergency medical care following protocols established by the Medical Director.
  • Provided both basic and advanced medical care in emergency response situations.
  • Provide emergency medical care to patients and accurately document patient care.
  • Provide advanced medical care and transportation of patients in emergency situations.
  • Provide advanced medical care within guidelines set by medical direction.
  • Provided medical care in emergency situations along with routine transfers.
  • Provided emergency medical care to patients of extended care facilities.

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13. EMT

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Here's how EMT is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Provide emergency medical support in capacity of an EMT-Paramedic, primarily for Pre-Hospital assessment and treatment on an ambulance.
  • Performed as a Paramedic-EMT on various international projects and in activities that involved special reconnaissance and unconventional warfare.
  • Provided emergency and non-emergency treatment and transport of medical patients on the EMT-paramedic level.
  • Promoted from EMT to practicing Paramedic faster than any previous Paramedic in company history.
  • Organized and instructed EMT-Basic and Paramedic Courses for National Registry.
  • Hired as paramedic/EMT-3 to standby during missile/rocket launch activities.
  • Provide primary education to EMT-Basic and Paramedic students.
  • Received National Certification as EMT- Paramedic
  • Establish EMS education program designing and providing initial and continuing education courses at the EMT Basic through Paramedic National Registry levels.
  • Perform functions of an EMT-Paramedic in a private ambulance service which is contracted with the City of Milwaukee, WI.
  • Operate as part of a 2 person ambulance crew, with one EMT level provider and one Paramedic level provider.
  • Executed daily operations and duties of the EMT-Paramedic, such as the ones listed above, in addition to:.
  • Worked as an EMT in the ER, where I did everything from triage to trauma and everything in between.
  • Selected to serve as Field Instructor for new EMT hires; additionally acted as Preceptor and Mentor to paramedic students.
  • Started as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), my education while working and promoted to a paramedic.
  • Worked on dedicated Emergency unit and emergent/non-emergent transfer unit as EMT-Basic, Advance, and at the Paramedic level.
  • Respond to 911 service calls within the service area, and work within the scope of an EMT- Basic.
  • Function as an Instructor for community and in-service training, and as a Preceptor for EMT and Paramedic students.
  • Started with the company during my Paramedic internship, then worked as an EMT-B until completing Paramedic National Cert.
  • Responded to 911 calls for emergency medical assistance as single paramedic on an ALS-level ambulance with an EMT-I partner.

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14. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Advanced critical care monitoring to include automated ventilators, automated medication administration pumps, and automated CPR machines.
  • Administered emergency medical treatment to patients including CPR, medications/drugs.
  • Participate in training classes for the public on cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), standard first aid and emergency medical techniques.
  • Completed highly skilled assessment, effective scene control, efficient care, and safe transportation for ill and injured patients.CPR Instructor Experience
  • Provide medical assistance during emergency situations, CPR, AED, Prevent Shock, Control severe bleeding, Prevent spinal damage.
  • Treated people in cardiac and respiratory arrest utilizing a cardiac monitor, emergency pharmacology, advanced airways, and CPR.
  • Respond to emergency medical calls, prioritize patient complaints, public relations, and CPR Instructor for American Heart Association.
  • Coordinate monthly training classes for rescue members: ALS, BLS, CPR, video updates, protocol updates.
  • Promoted community awareness of First Aid and CPR by becoming Health and Safety Instructor through the American Red Cross.
  • Participated in community and regional education and training like CPR, first aid, and disaster drills.
  • Administered first aid and other life saving techniques such as performing CPR, ventilating a person.
  • Respond to 911 calls for emergency medical assistance, ranging from bandaging a wound to CPR.
  • Provided CPR instruction to personal within the EMS service and health care professionals in the community.
  • Mastered basic life support including oxygen therapy, vital monitoring, spinal stabilization and CPR.
  • Involved in the community through CPR, EMS explorers, and First Aid classes.
  • Conducted training as a CPR Instructor and occasional briefings on medical cases or practices.
  • Participated in community outreach programs teaching First Aid and CPR as a BLS Instructor.
  • Instituted and taught public education classes such as CPR safety and recruited for CASA.
  • Executed regular training on safety curriculum such as DDC, CPR and AED.
  • Used skills as certified CPR instructor to train other employees in CPR.

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15. Acls

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Here's how Acls is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Designed and implemented cardiology coursework and ACLS instruction regarding advanced telemetry and 12-lead cardiology analysis.
  • Stabilized, monitored and transported at ACLS level Organized and managed daily operations
  • Administered medication in accordance with local protocols and ACLS guidelines.
  • Provided emergency/ACLS treatment for patients throughout Berkeley County.
  • Provided Advanced Life Support*ACLS Certified*MEDIVAC Experience
  • Certified in BTLS, ACLS, and worked as a CPR trainer and taught safety courses with local schools and organizations.
  • Provided emergency medical services to jockeys, other employees, and patrons using ACLS protocols and under the direction of MD.
  • Provide well-educated and experience management according to national guidelines by the American Heart/Stroke Association under ACLS, PALS and PEPP courses.
  • Function as a state certified and national registered paramedic, and provide 911 ACLS service to the citizens of the city
  • Advanced Patient Care * Advanced IV * Blood Draw * Patient charting Assisting Nurses with patient procedures * AHA BLS/ACLS/PALS/PEARS/PHTLS Instructor
  • Follow ACLS/PALS/ITLS guidelines Transfer patients to the emergency department, report observations and care given and assist in providing emergency treatment
  • Maintained the highest legal standards and optimum patient care in a modern busy ambulance service system including ACLS/PALS/ITLS skills.
  • Interpreted ECG readings/strips and provided MICU/ ACLS care and treatment for patients that require short and long distance transport.
  • Performed ACLS authorized procedures such as medication administration, intravenous therapy, wound care, cardiac monitoring, etc.
  • Certified ACLS-Instructor; certified PALS-Instructor; certified BCLS-Instructor; certified; certified ITLS and PITLS-Instructor; certified EMS Instructor/Coordinator.
  • Maintain continuing education and up to date certifications, such as ACLS, CPR, PEPP, and PALS.
  • Maintain credentials through continuing education courses and re-certification exams.CPR/AED; ACLS; BTLS; PHTLS; PTLS; PALS.
  • Follow appropriate ACLS protocols, STEMI protocols, Stroke Protocols and facilitate getting patient to appropriate care facility.
  • Maintain BCLS, ACLS, PALS, PHTLS, and other certifications, as well as continue education.
  • Perform patient care in accordance to company policy and State of Ohio Paramedic protocol, including ACLS.

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16. BLS

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Here's how BLS is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Provided ALS/BLS interventions when necessary.
  • Perform any and all duties associated with being a paramedic to include all BLS and ALS procedures as defined by ADPH.
  • Provided in-house transportation for AED, BLS and Cardiac-Monitored patients via wheelchair, stretcher and hospital beds to Radiology procedure areas.
  • Transport and treat patients on a BLS level to a Critical Care level to facilities for a higher level of care.
  • Provided all patients with ALS and BLS care, maintained updated knowledge with treatment protocols, and quality assurance procedures.
  • Assist our AHA Training Center Coordinator, by serving as Training Center Faculty, for BLS Training Center Accomplishments.
  • Provide high quality care and transport of both emergent and non-emergent patients to include ALS and BLS skills.
  • Transport patients for emergencies, non-emergencies and inter-facility transport according to NYS BLS protocol and agency ALS protocols.
  • Operated QRV solo, assisting BLS volunteer EMS agencies, often with extended response and transport times.
  • Service was primarily a BLS and ALS transfer service providing services to the local acute care facility.
  • Perform a variety of invasive and non-invasive ALS and BLS therapies consistent with paramedic scope of practice.
  • Provided Basic Life Support (BLS) for medical and trauma emergencies while building key professional relations.
  • Responded to ALS and BLS calls in Madison County, providing care to the sick and injured.
  • Experienced in 911 emergencies to the ill and injured, BLS AND ALS advanced skills in transport.
  • Provided emergency health care and community education including teaching in the hospital setting as an ALS/BLS instructor.
  • Staff medic on an ALS unit doing BLS & ALS emergent and non emergent transports.
  • Respond to 911 calls and inter-facility transports of BLS and ALS patients to appropriate hospitals.
  • Lead on ALS, BLS, Psychiatric, Trauma and Inmate transports to and from hospitals
  • Provided ALS and BLS care under certified scope of practice, regional, and company protocols
  • Solo paramedic in high volume 911 system with an EMT partner and BLS responding fire department

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17. Triage

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Here's how Triage is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Coordinated emergency transport of patients while providing treatment and triage in a variety of emergency situations.
  • Managed emergency triage, acute medical assessment, and ensured patient stability.
  • Provide triage and crisis management during emergent situations.
  • Performed triage on emergency situations.
  • Assisted Physicians and Physician Assistants with triage, assessment, sick-call, immunizations, records, IV and Oxygen therapy.
  • Work the back office, front office, triage patients, or check in patients into rooms for follow ups.
  • Assist with assessment, triage, and treatment of patients, as well as set up various emergency procedures.
  • Maintain stocking of patient rooms, triage patients, assist the Nurses and Doctors in all types of care.
  • Assist emergency department staff with rapid and educated triage procedure to ensure rapid movement in the emergency department.
  • Performed duties of Paramedic, including patient assessment, triage, treatment and transport of patients.
  • Assist in and perform direct care to patients entering the Emergency Department via triage or ambulance.
  • Lead paramedic responsible for rapid triage, treatment and transport of critically ill and injured patients.
  • Initiated triage process while assisting ED nurses and physicians with appropriate treatment and charting diagnostic information.
  • Advanced triage skills utilized for complicated high risk patients and emergency settings and emergency scenes.
  • Provided Advance Life support during facility to facility transports and performed patient assessments in triage.
  • Respond to attacks on convoy and US Embassy, triage, treat and transport patients.
  • Control medical scene and supervise medical treatment and care at medical incidents, triage patients.
  • Provided response, triage, stabilization, treatment, and transport of medical and trauma patients
  • Respond to all 911 calls, initial triage and treatment of all emergency situations.
  • Responded to any type of incident or attacks and provided triage and initial treatment.

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18. Emergency Care

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Here's how Emergency Care is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Conduct sick call for inmates Administer inmate medications Perform Emergency Care as needed Correspond with Medical Direction as needed for supplemental orders
  • Provide MICU/Critical Care Level emergency and non-emergency care for privately contracted facilities throughout the state including TDCJ.
  • Provided emergency care and transportation of critically ill and injured patient populations in a primarily inter-facility transport.
  • Assigned as a Senior Paramedic I administered and directed emergency care and transportation to definitive care.
  • Operated a medical clinic and provided primary and emergency care for clients and security personnel.
  • Anticipated potentially life-threatening emergencies situations and institute appropriate emergency care for the preservation of life.
  • Provide emergency and non-emergency care to patients while following established protocols and maintaining customer satisfaction.
  • Provided emergency care to sick and injured and used analytic ability to discover underlying pathology.
  • Monitored and reassessed patients, intervening as necessary while transporting to emergency care facilities.
  • Job Description: Management and assessment of emergency care patients including trauma resuscitation.
  • Supported safety of operations and provided emergency care and life support capability.
  • Anticipated potentially life-threatening occurrences of non-cardiac emergencies and instituted appropriate emergency care.
  • Delivered Emergency Care to inter-facility patients when dispatched to the location.
  • Performed emergency and non-emergency care of sick and injured patients.
  • Provided emergency and non-emergency care to individuals that called 911.
  • Communicate directly with ER physicians to implement emergency care.
  • Provided emergency care in the field- Conducted proper ambulance operations
  • Provide emergency care and transport of patients/training and education
  • Provided emergency care to acutely ill patients.
  • Provided emergency care to trauma and medical patients

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19. Medication Administration

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Here's how Medication Administration is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Provided basic and advanced life support and comprehensive patient assessment skills, invasive airway management, cardiac monitoring and medication administration.
  • Skilled in emergency treatment procedures including advanced airway management and cardiac monitoring as well as medication administration and IV starts.
  • Perform advanced airway management, medication administration, therapeutic cooling, and other various skills.
  • Demonstrated comprehensive assessment skills and medication administration within scope of practice.
  • Maintained IV medication administration, ventilator management and cardiac care.
  • Coordinate medication administration and ensure patients are cared for properly.
  • Evaluated the students on their patient assessments, documentation and skills to include medication administration, cardiac monitoring and IV initiation.
  • Advance Cardiac Life Support skills with use of cardiac monitors, medication administration with amounts determined by county protocols.
  • Initiate IV's, blood draws, medication administration, and administer the appropriate vaccinations to staff as required.
  • Perform blood draws, advanced airways, insertion, IO insertion, medication administration.
  • Full scope medic skills as well as medication administration and hospital admission.
  • Provide advanced IV skill set for medication administration and lab work.
  • Start IV's on patients for fluid and medication administration.
  • Establish IV lines for proper medication administrations.
  • Assisted in blood draws and medication administration.
  • Advanced assessment Advanced medication administration.
  • Maintained a high level of patient care with cardiac monitoring, infusion pump medication administration, and use of multifunction ventilators.
  • Provide advanced life support to critically ill patients to include IV's, medication administration and intubation.
  • Performed a wide variety of patient care from phlebotomy and medication administration, to casting and splinting.
  • Treated patients according to NYC REMAC protocols including medication administration, IV insertion esophageal intubation, needle cricothyrotomy, needle decompression.

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20. Paramedics

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Here's how Paramedics is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Designed, coordinated and instructed continuing education programs for paramedics and emergency medical technicians employed by private and municipal fire departments
  • Collaborated to realize Lancaster General Hospital's new in-house paramedic division, training new paramedics in delivery of best-in-class care.
  • Trained and supervised trainee EMT-Paramedics and EMT-Basics; supervised and delegated patient care within the scope of established medical guidelines
  • Continue to maintain appropriate training and continuing education credits as directed by the National Registry of Paramedics
  • Mentor emergency medical technicians, paramedics, and medical students during clinical rotations.
  • Instructed and evaluated new paramedics on proper operational use of advanced medical equipment.
  • Supervised and trained Junior Paramedics * Coordinated emergency scenes * Provided emergency patient care
  • Assisted with training of Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics for continuing education.
  • Supervised over 150 Paramedics and Emergency Medical Technicians in Santa Clara County.
  • Trained and led high-performing teams of Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics.
  • Redeveloped protocols and procedures to improve the medical practices of paramedics.
  • Proctored trainee paramedics during their clinical rotations in field medicine.
  • Mentored Paramedic/EMT students and assisted in training new Paramedics.
  • Supervised EMT and Paramedics while on emergency incidents.
  • Trained and mentored medical students and paramedics.
  • Solo paramedic monitoring non-solo paramedics.
  • Led and managed D shift of 12 EMT's and Paramedics providing MICU capable care to austere locations in rural Texas.
  • Create a positive learning environment for new paramedics, explaining procedures from the ground up in a nurturing and effective manner.
  • Elected by peers to serve as President of Fraternal Association of Professional Paramedics to lead the bargaining unit for Pittsburgh Paramedics.
  • Tasked as Field Training Officer (FTO) to assist in training and the progression of junior Paramedics and EMT's

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21. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Stabilized vital signs of patients in emergency cases, including giving basic medications required to ease complications.
  • Monitored vital signs, gathered demographic information, allergies, medications and past medical history.
  • Provided patient treatment including airway, oxygen maintenance and stabilization of vital signs.
  • Job Duties: Assessments, vital signs and review of medical history on inmates as they come into the facility.
  • Begin basic medical assessment of patients by obtaining all vital signs and all information pertaining to their ER visit.
  • Provide direct patient care to include vital signs, cardiac monitoring, IV access, and medications as necessary.
  • Performed life saving techniques and emergency transport for patients that required critical care and monitoring of vital signs.
  • Provided detailed patient assessments, including vital signs, emergency treatment, and transport preparations and in-route monitoring.
  • Obtain initial scene size up, vital signs, and diagnosis while assuring scene safety and proper correspondence.
  • Monitor vital signs, IV therapy, observe and documented patient status and collected blood and urine samples.
  • Document scene conditions, patient vital signs, treatments given, and patient's response to treatment.
  • Care included IV starts, vital signs, airway management, drug administration, and clinical documentation.
  • Keep charts on each patient and detailed records of medications given and vital signs as instructed.
  • Obtain vital signs and assess patients before and after transport and inform receiving facility of findings.
  • Assess the condition of each patient, examining injuries and registering the patient's vital signs.
  • Transport patients while monitoring vital signs to and from dialysis to their residence or nursing facility.
  • Obtain initial and ongoing patient vital signs; Establish IV access and obtain blood work.
  • Job duties entailed taking patient histories, vital signs, providing patient care - e.g.
  • Transport patients to and from the hospital, take vital signs, fill out PCR's
  • Take medical histories and record vital signs and other information in patient's medical record.

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22. Airway Management

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Here's how Airway Management is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as stomach suction, airway management, heart monitoring, and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation.
  • Implement complex clinical and lifesaving procedures including advanced airway management, advanced cardiac monitoring, intravenous therapy, and IV medications.
  • Performed emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures including airway management, cardiac monitoring, and advanced life support
  • Performed relevant emergency treatment like airway management, heart monitoring, placing catheters for venous access.
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as airway management and cardiac monitoring.
  • Practiced advanced skills in airway management, cardiac monitoring and drug administration.
  • Skilled in emergency procedures including advanced airway management and cardiac monitoring.
  • Utilized and maintain advanced airway management skills.
  • Provide basic/advanced airway management as needed.
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, including stomach suction, airway management, and heart monitoring utilizing TCCC techniques.
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures such as suction, airway management, or heart monitoring, during ambulance ride.
  • Performed emergency diagnostics and treatments such as airway management, IV therapy, and other advanced life support functions.
  • Provide IV and medication for pain management and for respiratory and cardiac situations along with acute airway management.
  • Provide SCTU services for patients needing IV drug administration, airway management, and cardiac monitoring.
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, airway management, or heart monitoring, IV/IO administration.
  • Advanced skills in airway management and resuscitation up to and including RSI.g.
  • Performed airway management and revival techniques on patients in the ambulance.
  • Perform basic and advanced airway management skills and techniques.
  • Checked airway management bag and equipment.
  • Advanced and basic airway management.

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23. Non-Emergency Calls

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Here's how Non-Emergency Calls is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Respond to emergency and non-emergency calls- Schedule weekend non-emergency transports- Perform truck checks, and drug inventories
  • Respond to all emergency and non-emergency calls, maintain ambulance appearance and inventory
  • AreaResponded by ambulance to emergency and non-emergency calls dispatched via 911 services.
  • Respond to emergency and non-emergency calls for medical assistance Southwest Ohio.
  • Determined and provided appropriate care on emergency and non-emergency calls.
  • Responded to non-emergency calls that often required emergency interventions.
  • Responded to emergency and non-emergency calls while on duty
  • Performed patient care on emergency and non-emergency calls.
  • Handle Emergency and Non-Emergency calls, Supervisory Position
  • Responded to emergency and non-emergency calls.
  • Responded to emergency and non-emergency calls for assistance, care, treatment and transportation of ill and injured persons.
  • Responded to emergency and non-emergency calls; provided basic to critical care to patients of all ages.
  • Assess and provide appropriate care, interventions and transportation of patients on emergency and non-emergency calls.
  • Worked as a field Paramedic responding to emergency-911 type calls as well as non-emergency calls.
  • Maintain accurate records of all emergency and non-emergency calls for help answered by the service.
  • Responded to 20+ emergency and non-emergency calls a shift while ensuring patient and crew safety.
  • Worked as a Paramedic on an ALS unit and dispatched 911 and non-emergency calls.
  • Respond to emergency and non-emergency calls through the 911 system in Washington County.
  • Respond to all emergency and non-emergency calls and provide advanced life support duties.
  • Responded to both emergency and non-emergency calls throughout the Knox County area.

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24. Medical Facilities

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Here's how Medical Facilities is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Operate and maintain telephone system for Regions Hospital designed for communications with other medical facilities to continue high levels of patient care
  • Provide advanced life support care to patients during emergency and non-emergency transportation between medical facilities as part of an ambulance crew.
  • Attended emergency and non-emergency calls regarding patients requesting transport to hospitals, doctors offices, and other medical facilities.
  • Provided both emergency and non-emergent transport between medical facilities and home for non-ambulatory patients.
  • Administered advanced medical treatment and transportation to medical facilities in accordance with accreditation standards.
  • Provide urgent and non-emergency medical transportation to the communities and medical facilities in Northeastern Ohio
  • Provided continuing treatment and stabilization while transporting the patients to appropriate medical facilities.
  • Deliver patients to appropriate medical facilities as deemed necessary with on-line Physicians.
  • Provide basic and advanced per-hospital medical care and transportation to medical facilities.
  • Complete inter facility transfers between medical facilities and the local hospital.
  • Provide patient transport to appropriate medical facilities and complete accurate reports.
  • Provide advance level patient care in non-emergency transports between medical facilities.
  • Provide non-emergency transport of patients between off campus medical facilities.
  • Provide inter-facility transports between hospitals and/or other medical facilities.
  • Transferred patients requiring advanced care between medical facilities.
  • Transport citizens to local medical facilities for further care
  • Facilitate safe transportation to medical facilities.
  • Managed patient care on ambulance during transportation of critical care patients to a higher level of care from tertiary medical facilities.
  • Act as member of medical transport team providing medical transportation to and from hospitals and other medical facilities in multiple counties.
  • Respond to emergency and non-emergency calls both in the field and medical facilities administering critical care on a ground service program

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25. Medical Services

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Here's how Medical Services is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Respond to all requests for Emergency Medical Services received and dispatched by Lee County Emergency Communications Dispatch Center assigned to ambulance.
  • Provided 911 emergency medical services, critical and non-critical hospital-to-hospital patient transports for surrounding area nursing homes and private residences.
  • Attend scheduled mandatory continuing education classes set forth by the state of California and local Emergency Medical Services Authority.
  • Performed emergency medical services within the City of Rochester and surrounding communities as a Paramedic.
  • Maintain license, certifications and continuing education as required by California Emergency Medical Services Association.
  • Performed maintenance of all firefighting and Emergency Medical Services equipment, apparatus and facilities.
  • Rendered routine and emergency medical services to injured and critically ill patients.
  • Provided education to the community and local schools regarding Emergency Medical Services.
  • Provided emergency medical services in rural, metropolitan and remote locations.
  • Coordinated medical services with regional providers to offer advanced emergency coverage
  • Provided on-site emergent and non-emergent medical services when required.
  • Provide emergency medical services; preceptor for paramedic students.
  • Provide emergency medical services as needed for scheduled events.
  • Well known member of emergency medical services community.
  • Provided basic and advanced emergency medical services.
  • Responded to Emergency, Non-Emergency and Scheduled Requests for Ambulance / Medical Services in a 5 county dynamic staffing ambulance service.
  • Understand and practice all applicable legal, moral, and ethical standards surrounding the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) field.
  • Provide medical services for employees on large-scale construction site to include employee wellness checks, first-aide, worker compensation assessments.
  • Followed physicians orders relayed by radio communications as required by the State of Florida and Orange County Emergency Medical Services.
  • Provide advanced emergency medical services, public education, vehicle maintenance, report writing, data entry, station maintenance.

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26. Fire Departments

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Here's how Fire Departments is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Co-operated with other local emergency services to include Police and Fire departments.
  • Maintain healthy working relationship with valley fire departments during joint operations.
  • Worked effectively with police and fire departments
  • Develop and maintain inter-agency relationships with various fire departments, law enforcement agencies, long-term care facilities, and area hospitals.
  • Provide Advanced Life Support in Monroe County in cooperation with Regional Volunteer Ambulance Corps and Fire Departments.
  • Worked closely with Police and Fire Departments to secure and resolve dangerous situations for patients and bystanders.
  • Ground EMS operations covering 15,000 square miles, working with volunteer fire departments and air medical operations.
  • Instructed 10 various Fire Departments in medical and disaster response and participated in multiple mock drills.
  • Worked in a collaborative environment with law enforcement, fire departments and other health care professionals.
  • Directed on-scene operations while working with other emergency agencies such as police and fire departments.
  • Worked effectively and efficiently with other response units such as police and fire departments.
  • Assist valley fire departments with emergency transport of patients in the automatic aid system.
  • Responded with Orange County and City of Orlando Fire departments to emergency calls.
  • Maintain continuity of care while working with county and city fire departments.
  • Communicate & collaborate with Police and Fire departments to manage specific scenes.
  • Assist with EMS education for district fire departments and community college programs.
  • Coordinate with law enforcement and fire departments to ensure public safety.
  • Work with both large paid and small volunteer fire departments.
  • Dispatched to treat and transport patients for multiple Fire Departments.
  • Contract Instructor for Hoke County, NC fire departments.

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27. Medical Procedures

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Here's how Medical Procedures is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Develop and present curriculum in continuing medical education including use of technical equipment, medical procedures, and direct patient care.
  • Assisted staff in laboratory draws and interpretations, radiology, medication administration, advanced cardiology and respiratory medical procedures.
  • Trained in advanced driving skills, emergency medical procedures and the administration of medication.
  • Implement lifesaving and emergency medical procedures throughout the Greater Bergen County area.
  • Record medical information and perform medical procedures as required
  • Perform lifesaving medical procedures when necessary.
  • Assisted Physician/RN with special medical procedures.
  • Established and prioritized medical procedures.
  • Transport and transfer patients and assess the extent of an illness or injury to establish and prioritize medical procedures to follow.
  • Provide advanced life support care to patients who are injured or ill. Know and apply medical procedures needed for a situation.
  • Start and administer intravenous fluids, and perform other emergency medical procedures during the ambulance ride.
  • Supervised personnel led training on medical procedures, techniques and $500 thousand in equipment.
  • Assist with medical procedures, patient care and assessment, perform duties of a paramedic
  • Assist physician in a variety of medical procedures in clinic.
  • Educate, train paramedic interns on medical procedures and safety.
  • Research and implement new medical procedures for service.
  • Assist Doctors and Nurses in medical procedures.
  • Perform emergency medical procedures such as manual cardiac defibrillation and advanced airway management.
  • Performed advanced medical procedures including intubation and medication calculations and administration.
  • Provide advance life saving medical procedures per protocals and medical direction.

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28. Hospital Staff

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Here's how Hospital Staff is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Performed detailed patient assessments to determine proper treatment for patients under care and communicated a detailed report to receiving hospital staff.
  • Collaborate with hospital staff to ensure accurate information relay and maintenance of appropriate patient care continuum.
  • Observe, record and report patient s condition and reaction to drugs, treatments and significant incidents to hospital staff.
  • Write up all case notes and report the patient's history, condition and treatment to relevant hospital staff.
  • Assist hospital staff(nurses & doctors) transfer patient to emergency treatment facility and continue treatment as needed.
  • Conveyed essential communication to hospital staff, law enforcement, health department, etc., while maintaining patient confidentiality.
  • Work closely with doctors, nurses and other hospital staff to maintain continuity when transferring care of patient.
  • Observed, recorded, and reported the patient's condition or injuries and treatment provided to hospital staff.
  • Prepare all necessary documentation and report patient's history, condition and treatment to relevant hospital staff.
  • Coordinated work with other emergency medical team members, hospital staff, and police and fire personnel.
  • Completed run report and reported patient's history, condition and treatment to relevant hospital staff.
  • Document and report patient history, condition, and delivered treatments to receiving hospital staff.
  • Provide detailed and accurate written and verbal reports to hospital staff for patient care.
  • Worked effectively with hospital staff to communicate patient assessment, treatment and status.
  • Developed professional relationships with other agencies: Fire, Police and hospital staff.
  • Provide hospital staff with patient report via radio and proper paperwork upon arrival.
  • Provide an accurate and complete verbal and written report for hospital staff.
  • Use good communication skills with patients, family and hospital staff.
  • Worked closely with hospital staff and law enforcement.
  • Advanced medical communications with ER and hospital staff.

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29. Basic Life Support

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Here's how Basic Life Support is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Provide basic life support and transportation to medical facility.
  • Provide emergency Advanced life support and basic life support as well as supportive care in primary 911 calls and inter-facility trips.
  • Provided Advanced cardiac life support, pediatric advanced life support, and basic life support in high stress environment.
  • Provided Basic Life Support, performed basics such as bandaging wounds, controlling bleeding, and immobilizing broken bones.
  • Provided Advanced Life support and Basic Life support to the local Guard force at the US Embassy in Kabul.
  • Worked on Basic Life Support ambulance for non-emergent transports between skilled nursing homes, doctor's offices and hospitals.
  • Certified in Basic Life Support, Advance Care Life Support, Pediatric Advance Life Support, Crime Prevention CPI.
  • Work with Emergency Medical Technician partner on patients requiring Basic Life Support needs to ensure patient has successful outcome.
  • Worked with Lincoln DHHR in providing basic life support training to home health providers working within the county.
  • Advance cardiac life support and basic life support, Follow MD protocol in assisting sick and injured pt.
  • Experienced in providing first aid, basic life support, and emergency transport to health care facilities.
  • Provide full Advanced and Basic Life support on the emergency level in all conditions and situations.
  • Advanced life support, along with basic life support measures can be initiated per patient status.
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Basic Life Support, and Pediatric Advanced Life Support provider certified.
  • Dispatched to all calls in the response area along with the towns Basic Life Support ambulance.
  • Provide advanced life support intercept services to the patients of basic life support ambulance services.
  • Command and control at incident scenes, and direct supervision of Basic Life Support providers.
  • Provide Advanced and Basic Life Support to patients that are ill, or injured.
  • Provided Advanced and Basic Life Support and ambulatory care to the ill and injured.
  • Implement procedures for advanced or basic life support to patients in critical situations.

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30. Emergency Response

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Here's how Emergency Response is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Anticipate potential life-threatening occurrences of both cardiac and non-cardiac emergencies and instituted appropriate emergency response essential for the preservation of life.
  • Rejuvenated and expanded the Neighborhood Paramedic Program by working with emergency response partners to increase rural health accessibility.
  • Provide advanced life support services to customers activating the emergency response system.
  • Fulfilled responsibilities as a Bicycle Emergency Response Team member.
  • Trained in emergency response defensive driving.
  • Conduct presentations for emergency response personnel.
  • Provided advanced life support per South Cook County EMS protocols via the 911 emergency response system to covering town, inter-facility transport
  • Charged with personnel scheduling, personnel coordination, administration of Policies and Procedures as well as emergency response and training.
  • Provided emergency response to 911 calls, including traffic accidents, domestic violence, fires, and serious sudden illnesses.
  • Provided emergency response to several suburban towns in NW Indiana, as well as paramedic level inter-facility transports.
  • Perform emergency response, occupational surveillance, injured worker care, case management, and medical surveillance.
  • Responded with other ambulance services via an emergency response vehicle and assisted with critical patient care.
  • Required to provide patient care within the ED when not performing emergency response or transport services.
  • Delivered rapid emergency response and advanced life support for pediatric, adult and elderly patients.
  • Performed emergency response care and treatment for 911 requests and scheduled transports for non-emergency appointments.
  • Developed the Emergency Response Plans for the project site in accordance with the Company standards.
  • Provided advance life support to patients within a high volume emergency response system.
  • Trained the Emergency Response Team in a variety of first aid skills.
  • Managed crew of two or more people on emergency response scenes.
  • Oversee the readiness of each ambulance for immediate emergency response.

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31. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Focused on being a dependable patient advocate and providing exceptional customer service.
  • Rectify any customer service/operations issues while maintaining professionalism in high stress situations.
  • Established customer service processes for handling internal and external customers.
  • Provide excellent customer service while exhibiting compassion and kindness.
  • Provide excellent customer service while transporting patients.
  • Demonstrate commitment to customer service standards
  • Maintained strict adherence to public safety and customer service standards while ensuring quality of care, documentation, and reporting guidelines.
  • Work under San Francisco County EMS protocols to deliver customer service and patient care under the Paramedic scope of practice.
  • Maintain high level of customer service and care for patients as well as family members while in the emergency department.
  • Adapt to ever-changing high stress environment to provide high level of customer service to patients and families in crisis situations.
  • Provide high level customer service to patients, family members, hospital staff, and lay persons.
  • Managed daily communications center, systems plan, personnel, and fleet management and customer service.
  • Communicate with patients and family members, providing high level customer service at all times.
  • Maintain a very high level of professionalism and customer service during very high stress transports.
  • Provided excellent customer service both while on calls, and among the public at large.
  • Work cooperatively with all allied health service to provide seamless patient care and customer service.
  • Provide exceptional customer service to all colleagues inside and outside of the SSM organization.
  • Respond to emergency medical incidents, provide appropriate patient care and customer service.
  • Deliver exceptional customer service to all patrons and staff at multiple venues
  • Provide excellent customer service to employees and visitors of CBOE.

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32. Transport Patients

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Here's how Transport Patients is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Transport patients to hospital in accordance with protocols and guidelines established by the on-duty physician or medical director.
  • Operate ambulance to transport patients to authorized medical institutions for further observation and treatment.
  • Transport patients from medical facility to another facility for further treatment as necessary.
  • Communicated effectively with emergency department physicians and nurses to treat and transport patients.
  • Transport patients via ground ambulance to appropriate emergency department locations.
  • Transport patients to the most appropriate emergency receiving facility.
  • Provided ALS care to critical inter-facility transport patients.
  • Transport patients to local hospital emergency departments.
  • Transport patients to appropriate emergency hospitals.
  • Treat and/or transport patients to emergency departments
  • Transport patients to desired destination.
  • Transport patients to and from oncology appointments and treatments, to and from surgery and recovery, admittance and dismissals.
  • Treat critically ill and injured patients in a field setting as well as transport patients to the nearest emergency department.
  • Transport patients to MRI, CT or to their rooms when needed, Splint patients when asked to do so.
  • Treat and transport patients via stretcher, take wheelchair patients to and from appointments, work as a street EMT
  • Remove sutures, apply splints, collect specimens, and transport patients to various units and diagnostic testing areas.
  • Treat, stabilize, transport patients, and provide hospital staff with written and oral report of patient.
  • Respond to 911 and non emergent calls, transport patients to and from hospitals, and doctor appointments.
  • Transport patients from clinic to hospital for further treatment and admission, directly transport to Cardiac Catheter Lab.
  • Required to use non-medical skills to safely transport patients, maintain supplies and equipment in working order.

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33. Medical Treatment

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Here's how Medical Treatment is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Provided emergency medical treatment, stabilization, and transportation of critical patients to and from specialized treatment facilities.
  • Required to prioritize and manage on-scene medical treatment based on injury severity to ensure optimum patient care.
  • Provided emergency medical treatment, administered drugs and performed intravenous procedures under a physician's direction.
  • Provided transportation and medical treatment of emergent and non-emergent medical conditions to members of the community.
  • Provided emergency medical treatment to individuals requiring rapid transport to trauma center for lifesaving heath care.
  • Conducted patient assessments for nature and severity of illness/injury and determined appropriate medical treatment or procedure.
  • Responded to all Administered any and all emergency medical treatments to callers requesting 911 emergency service.
  • Provide advanced Emergency Medical treatment and transport to the citizens of Central Jefferson County Missouri
  • Provided transport of patients to medical treatment facilities as deemed necessary by physicians.
  • Assisted in emergency medical treatment of critically ill or injured and convalescent transfers.
  • Respond to medical emergencies to provide medical treatment and transportation to the hospital
  • Provided emergency medical treatment, limited primary care in clinical settings.
  • Initiate emergency medical treatment for critically ill and injured patients.
  • Provide routine information related to medical treatments and procedures.
  • Provided clinical medical treatment in the industrial environment3.
  • Provide emergency medical treatment for incidents.
  • Provided emergency medical treatment to patients.
  • Administered intravenous fluids with medications to patients as part of medical treatment or to replenish fluids lacking in the body.
  • Provided basic, intermediate, and advanced medical treatment and transport to patients; trained in OSHA and AHA protocols
  • Provide medical treatment and patient care which are lifesaving or life preserving, within my scope of expertise.

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34. ECG

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Here's how ECG is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Monitored cardiac patients with ECG, printed and interpreted information and transmitted to receiving facility.
  • Designed and implemented cardiology continuing education, including advanced telemetry and 12-lead ECG analysis.
  • Obtain 12 lead ECG, operate balloon pump, administer and monitor multiple medications, tested patients' blood glucose levels.
  • Performed blood draws, Intravenous Therapy, ECG monitoring, 12 lead ECG, Foley Catheters, and NG Tubes.
  • Initiate IV's, perform ECG's, view telemetry monitors, transfer patients to other areas of hospital.
  • Place patients on cardiac monitoring if required and take ECG for the nurse practitioner or attending physician.
  • Used LifePak 15, monitored cardiac patients with ECG, printed, transmitted, and interpreted information.
  • Performed and monitored 12 lead ECG's as well as a wide variety of patient care.
  • Obtain 3-lead and 12-lead ECG, obtaining blood glucose levels, perform head-to-toe exam.
  • Oversee placement and transmission of 12-lead ECG to the emergency department.
  • Experience with ECG interpretation, medication administration, and triage.
  • Interpret ECG rhythms and provide appropriate care based on interpretation.
  • Monitored cardiac patients with ECG, printed and interpreted information.
  • Perform ECG and 12-lead cardiac monitoring with field interpretation.
  • Administered IV medications and interpreted 12-lead ECG's.
  • Monitor patients heart rates using ECG Monitor.
  • Monitor cardiac conditions & ECG readings.
  • Order x-rays, do ECG, start IV's draw blood, splints, cast removal, dressings/ cleaning wounds.
  • Obtain 12-Lead ECG from in and out patients.
  • Obtained Vital signs, 12 Lead ECG.

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35. Medical Equipment

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Here's how Medical Equipment is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Maintain confidentiality of medical information.maintain logs of daily activities and use of medications and controlled substances as well as medical equipment.
  • Maintained all medical equipment via weekly checks/testing and weekly inventory tracking including re- supply.
  • Conduct medical equipment inventories and preventative maintenance checks to maintain operational readiness.
  • Maintained serviceability and cleanliness of medical equipment and rig hospital.
  • Perform inventory and ensure proper function of emergency medical equipment.
  • Maintained proper supplies of medical equipment Initiated patient.
  • Maintained accountability of all medical equipment and medications.
  • Maintain operational checks for medical equipment to optimize efficiency
  • Utilize advanced medical equipment in emergency care.
  • Conducted daily inspections of all medical equipment.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot medical equipment.
  • Assisted in grant writing for medical equipment including an AED for the fire department, police department and sheriff's office.
  • Participated in studies of new medical equipment, procedures, and drugs that advanced emergency care of patients in the field.
  • Facilitated medical purchase requests for 6 subordinate units, maintained Company medical equipment valued in the excess of $80,000.
  • Prepare treatment rooms for patient care including but not limited to selecting and laying out medical supplies and medical equipment.
  • Attend annual skills assessments to ensure competent use of all medical equipment and knowledge of all treatment protocols.
  • Job duties: Emergency medical response, customer service, organization of medical equipment, and driving; ambulance
  • Maintained medical equipment and medications along with vehicle duties and daily shift duties required at each station.
  • Maintained and operated advanced medical equipment including; ventilators, IV pumps, and balloon pumps.
  • Monitor and maintain inventory of medical equipment and drugs used to support patients while in transport.

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36. Drawing Blood

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Here's how Drawing Blood is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Job responsibilities included preparing supplies and equipment for procedures, building orthopedic splints, drawing blood, and starting IV's.
  • Instruct and demonstrate the mechanics of drawing blood and IV insertions.
  • Assisted doctors and nurses in the emergency room by drawing blood, taking vital signs, reducing fractures and performing cardiograms.
  • Proceed in doing lab work such as drawing blood.
  • Assisted patients with care by taking vital signs, prepping for procedures, drawing blood, and obtaining specimens.
  • Perform laboratory duties to include: drawing blood for lab analysis.

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37. Emergency Vehicle

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Here's how Emergency Vehicle is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Performed safe and efficient delivery of patient to hospital as a trained emergency vehicle operator.
  • Certified in and managed emergency vehicle operations and basic maintenance.
  • Drive emergency vehicle according to Texas emergency vehicle operations DOT.
  • Position includes occasional operation of emergency vehicle.
  • Operated and maintained inventory of emergency vehicles.
  • Operated emergency vehicles in various weather conditions.
  • Operate and maintain emergency vehicle safely.
  • Maintained daily emergency vehicle maintenance records.
  • Operate Emergency Vehicles and communication equipment.
  • Operated Emergency Vehicles following protocols.
  • Operate emergency vehicles, including Ambulances, Heavy Rescue Truck, HAZMAT Response Vehicle, and Utility Vehicles / All-Terrain Vehicles.
  • Perform all skills stated in Georgia scope of practice for paramedic *Operate Emergency vehicle *Clean and maintain all EMS equipment.
  • Operated Emergency Vehicle and provided Advanced Life Support to community of Fort Smith and surrounding areas.
  • Operate and maintain emergency vehicle in a safe and efficient manner while responding to emergencies.
  • Head of maintenance for a fleet of diesels and one gas operated emergency vehicles.
  • Operate an emergency vehicle safely with due regard to other drivers on the road.
  • Skilled in driving emergency vehicle while transporting patients to their final destination.
  • Operated emergency vehicle with caution in all weather and traffic conditions.
  • Inventory, inspect and maintain emergency vehicles and equipment.
  • Assured that the emergency vehicle was properly checked out.

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38. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Gathered and effectively utilized significant information regarding patient medical records and prescriptions.
  • Reviewed and interpreted patient medical records to formulate appropriate treatment plan.
  • Offered administrative support in copying and sorting patient medical records.
  • Maintained medical records for care and regulatory compliance.
  • Project leader and sole programmer in the development, design and programming of a medical records / billing database application.
  • Copy medical records for patient history and compose concise clinical reports within thirty minutes for physician review.
  • Examined & interpreted medical records, paramedical exams with applying company guidelines to assess the risk.
  • Collect pertinent information from the patient, family and friends, medical records and prescriptions.
  • Update, process and maintain medical records for patients treated through emergency room.
  • Documented patient's medical treatment for medical records as well as billing.
  • Created and maintained medical records, and run logs on daily activities.
  • Maintained team medical records to assure wellness during training and operations.
  • Maintained all medical records, fire suppression checks and evacuation drills.
  • Create patient care reports as part of patients' medical records.
  • Reviewed and interpreted medical records and lab results.
  • Completed all mandatory education and training classes.Collected pertinent information from the patient, family and friends, medical records and prescriptions.
  • Maintained individual medical records and thoroughly documented patient care, electronically, for allpersonnel on board the facility.
  • Maintained accurate records of patient care, condition, progress and concerns in the Meditech Electronic Medical Records System.
  • Utilized Cerner First Net Electronic Medical Records system to maintain accurate patient charts.
  • Maintained medical records for Fluor and their subcontracted personnel.

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39. Physical Examinations

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Here's how Physical Examinations is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Performed critical physical examinations and anticipated potentially life-threatening injuries.
  • Experienced in monthly scheduling of patients for physical examinations.
  • Assisted doctors while performing physical examinations and diagnostic services.
  • Perform critical physical examinations and medical assessments.
  • Performed histories and physical examinations.
  • Performed physical examinations and anticipated potentially life-threatening conditions.
  • Performed critical physical examinations and anticipated potentially life-threatening injuries Form positive, professional relationships with members of the medical community
  • Recognize a medical emergency and make a reasonable and acceptable differential diagnosis Perform critical physical examinations.
  • Conducted EMR program for local Fire Department Agencies Interpreted limited histories and used physical examinations to identify potential underlying critical issues.

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40. Life Support Services

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Here's how Life Support Services is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Provide fire protection, education, and prevention as well as provide advanced life support services to the community and surrounding areas
  • Provided life support services during medical emergencies on scene and during long transports to receiving hospital.
  • Provide advanced life support services during medical emergencies on scene and en route to the hospital.
  • Provided advanced life support services during the long distance transport of critically ill patients.
  • Provided basic / advanced life support services as needed and make transport decisions.
  • Provide life support services independently while on scene with various types of emergencies.
  • Provide life support services during medical emergencies to our coverage areas.
  • Provided first contact emergent basic/advanced life support services to the juristiction(s) covered by the above organization.
  • Provide Advanced Life Support services to the citizens and visitors within Carilion Clinic Patient Transportation coverage area.
  • advanced life support services for the ALS paramedic responder unit, airmedical service, and emergency department.

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41. Treatment Procedures

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Here's how Treatment Procedures is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Explained and educated patients of treatment procedures, medication risks, special diets and physician instructions.
  • 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.

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42. Medical Supplies

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Here's how Medical Supplies is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Provide advanced life support during medical emergencies.- Preformed basic maintained on ambulances.- Maintain medical supplies for ambulances.
  • Performed various administrative shift duties as designated including drug inventory and medical supplies.
  • Developed inventory system for disposable medical supplies and responsible for equipment and supplies.
  • Managed inventory of medical supplies adhering to rules and regulations.
  • Maintained and replenished medical supplies for ambulance as required.
  • Maintained and ordered inventory of medical supplies and equipment.
  • Inventory medical supplies and requisition as necessary.
  • Ordered/inventoried clinic medical supplies and pharmaceuticals.
  • Developed and achieved method to monitor and assess inventory, purchase and distribute medical supplies to multiple stations within the company.
  • Issued and delivered medical supplies and medications to the agency bases throughout the territory while working in the Supplies Department.
  • Have been in charge of: Medical supplies, Training, Bike team, Mass Casualty trailer operation.
  • Inventory and re-stock of medical supplies for two Advanced Life Support ambulances and two First Aid offices.
  • Conduct inventory of medical supplies and equipment in order to maintain a state of operational readiness.
  • Maintain and organize adequate medical supplies in both airway kits and patient care compartment of ambulance.
  • Ensured site clinic was properly stocked, including redistributing medical supplies to outlining sites.
  • Keep patient rooms ready for emergencies by cleaning them and keeping medical supplies stocked.
  • Established, organized and maintained appropriate stock of medical supplies for clinic daily operations.
  • Maintain medical supplies on ambulance and ensure that ambulance is in operating condition.
  • Performed patient documentation, daily vehicle safety checks, and medical supplies inventory.
  • Supply ordering: Lab supplies, medical supplies and patient/staff food.

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43. RN

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Here's how RN is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Participated in an active fleet system status management model and applied principles learned through unit hour utilization.
  • Collaborated with other local emergency agencies to ensure uninterrupted emergency medical coverage for assigned and external jurisdictions.
  • Received international patient transports of injured operatives from different military agencies into hospital under guard.
  • Maintained careful and accurate patient reports concerning health condition and coordinated with concerned physician.
  • Aided in collaborating with both national and international groups to prevent duplication of services.
  • Learned and practiced tropical/rural medicine in 4 low-income Hispanic and Haitian mixed communities.
  • Earned additional certifications in advanced cardiac life support and advanced trauma life support.
  • Lead caregiver for rural/metro government advanced life support 911 emergency ambulance services.
  • Investigate all internal and external complaints and conducts informal interview with subordinates.
  • Trained and evaluated paramedic interns in association with local paramedic training programs.
  • Inspect safety equipment and ensures equipment meets government regulations and standards.
  • Directed emergency response and patient care concerning advanced level and quality assurance
  • Deliver life-saving neonatal resuscitation techniques to newborns and premature infants.
  • Performed learned life saving procedures/interventions as needed.
  • Operated under Kern County Paramedic protocols.
  • Earn and maintain appropriate certifications.
  • Alternate Field Supervisor/Field Training Officer.
  • Helped designed Paramedic to RN transition program with college nursing program (first such program in the State of Ohio).
  • Provide clinical patient care support in a caring, safe, and efficient manner, under the direction of a RN.
  • Delivered responsive and compassionate Advanced Life Support to many patients in the communities of southern Brooklyn via the FDNY 911 system.

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44. Emergency Diagnostic

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Here's how Emergency Diagnostic is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures during ambulance ride.
  • Performed emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures.
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures as summoned by the local 911 system during trauma and medical emergencies.
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as stomach suction, airwaymanagement, or heart monitoring.
  • Provide emergency diagnostic and treatment in life-support environment.
  • Performed emergency diagnostics and life saving techniques.

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45. Phtls

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Here's how Phtls is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Obtained instructor level in PHTLS, AMLS.
  • Assist in the instruction and testing of PHTLS course.

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46. General Public

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Here's how General Public is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Provided various educational programs for schools and general public.
  • Worked with doctors, dispatchers, nurses, police, and general public in a courteous and professional manner.
  • Work with police, fire and other personnel and interact with the general public as needed.
  • Interacted with members of the general public as well as family members present at the scene.
  • Interacted professionally with physicians, police and fire department personnel, and the general public.
  • Provided clinical education to fellow co-workers, hospital staff, and the general public.
  • Collaborated with health care professionals, patients, and the general public.
  • Respond to urgent and emergent requests by the general public.
  • Participated in ambulance demonstrations to the general public, groups or civicorganizations.

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47. Endotracheal Intubation

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Here's how Endotracheal Intubation is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Performed procedures ranging from endotracheal intubation to simple splints.
  • Performed endotracheal intubation to open airways and ventilate patient.
  • Blind airway insertion endotracheal intubation.
  • Experienced in airway management via the use of a variety of advanced airways including but not limited to Endotracheal Intubation.
  • Performed invasive procedures as needed or required such as IV access, blood collection and endotracheal intubations.
  • Prepare the equipment and medications in the operation room for the performance of endotracheal intubations.
  • Administer life- saving medications via IV or IM routes.Perform endotracheal intubations and surgical airways.
  • Initiate emergency airway maneuvers, including endotracheal intubation, supraglottic airway, and ventilation.
  • Execute the placement of peripheral, and intra-osseous lines, as well as, basic and advanced airways including endotracheal intubations.
  • Rendered basic first aid as well as IV's, meds, heart monitor, endotracheal intubation, etc.
  • Initiated intravenious lines and administered medications as needed * Performed endotracheal intubation for patients in respiratory and/or cardiac arrest
  • Execute the placement of vascular and intraosseous lines, as well as endotracheal intubation, and defibrillation.
  • Placed intravascular and intra-osseous lines: esophageal obturator airways, endotracheal intubations, and defibrillation.
  • Performed endotracheal intubations and endotracheal and tracheostomy care, including changing of endotracheal tube tapings.

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48. Treatment Protocols

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Here's how Treatment Protocols is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Maintain thorough familiarity with treatment protocols, response requirements and quality assurance procedures in system in which assigned.
  • Played key role in significantly revising treatment protocols as cardiac emergency group's representative to protocol committee.
  • Implemented rapid and appropriate treatment protocols based on clinical impressions and patient complaints.
  • Initiated life saving treatment protocols in high stress and undesirable environmental conditions.
  • Maintained updated knowledge with treatment protocols and response requirements4.
  • Responded quickly and implemented life saving treatment protocols in high stress environments while on the ambulance.
  • Call volume was very high and treatment protocols were very progressive.
  • Maintain current knowledge of treatment protocols and response requirements.
  • Detailed knowledge of aircraft and altitude treatment protocols.
  • Completed all mandatory education and training classes.Maintained updated knowledge with treatment protocols, response requirements and quality assurance procedures.
  • Retained updated knowledge, and adapted to changes, regarding treatment protocols, response requirements and quality assuranceprocedures.
  • Completed all mandatory education and training classes Maintained knowledge with treatment protocols.
  • Maintained updated knowledge with treatment protocols, response requirements and quality assuranceprocedures as pertains to the remote setting of the industry.
  • Respond primarily to 911 calls in the greater Boston area and provide appropriate care under the Massachusetts Pre-hospital Treatment Protocols.
  • Created High Risk Infant Transport Team and HAZMAT DECON team, writing SOPs and treatment protocols.

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49. Defibrillators

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Here's how Defibrillators is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Utilize cardiac monitor, external defibrillators, intravenous fluids, and administer medication.
  • Administer intravenous fluids and use manual defibrillators.
  • Used various kinds of equipment, including ventilators to assist breathing and defibrillators to treat heart failure.
  • Operate equipment such as electrocardiograms, external defibrillators, and or bag valve mask resuscitators.
  • Operate and maintain cardiac defibrillators, triple chamber IV pumps, and mechanical ventilators.
  • Operate equipment, such as electrocardiograms, external defibrillators, or bag valve mask resuscitations in advanced life support environments.

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50. Aid Treatment

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Here's how Aid Treatment is used in Paramedic jobs:
  • Administered first aid treatments and arranged medical evacuation transport.
  • Administer first aid treatment and supportive care to sick or injured persons in pre hospital environment.
  • Administered first-aid treatment to sick or injured persons before and during transportation to medical facility.
  • Administer first-aid treatment and life-support care to sick or injured persons in prehospital setting.

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20 Most Common Skill For A Paramedic

Emergency Room19%
Patient Care15.5%
Life Support Care8.1%
Ambulance Transport7.4%
IV5.8%
EMS4.9%
Provide ALS4.7%
EKG4.4%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Paramedic

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Emergency Room
Emergency Room
15.4%
15.4%
2
2
Patient Care
Patient Care
12.6%
12.6%
3
3
Life Support Care
Life Support Care
6.6%
6.6%
4
4
Ambulance Transport
Ambulance Transport
6%
6%
5
5
IV
IV
4.7%
4.7%
6
6
EMS
EMS
3.9%
3.9%
7
7
Provide ALS
Provide ALS
3.8%
3.8%
8
8
EKG
EKG
3.6%
3.6%
9
9
Pre-Hospital Care
Pre-Hospital Care
3%
3%
10
10
Trauma
Trauma
2.9%
2.9%
11
11
Emergency Situations
Emergency Situations
2.4%
2.4%
12
12
Medical Care
Medical Care
2.3%
2.3%
13
13
EMT
EMT
2.1%
2.1%
14
14
CPR
CPR
2.1%
2.1%
15
15
Acls
Acls
2.1%
2.1%
16
16
BLS
BLS
2%
2%
17
17
Triage
Triage
1.6%
1.6%
18
18
Emergency Care
Emergency Care
1.5%
1.5%
19
19
Medication Administration
Medication Administration
1.4%
1.4%
20
20
Paramedics
Paramedics
1.2%
1.2%
21
21
Vital Signs
Vital Signs
1.2%
1.2%
22
22
Airway Management
Airway Management
1.1%
1.1%
23
23
Non-Emergency Calls
Non-Emergency Calls
1.1%
1.1%
24
24
Medical Facilities
Medical Facilities
0.9%
0.9%
25
25
Medical Services
Medical Services
0.9%
0.9%
26
26
Fire Departments
Fire Departments
0.8%
0.8%
27
27
Medical Procedures
Medical Procedures
0.7%
0.7%
28
28
Hospital Staff
Hospital Staff
0.7%
0.7%
29
29
Basic Life Support
Basic Life Support
0.7%
0.7%
30
30
Emergency Response
Emergency Response
0.7%
0.7%
31
31
Customer Service
Customer Service
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
Transport Patients
Transport Patients
0.6%
0.6%
33
33
Medical Treatment
Medical Treatment
0.6%
0.6%
34
34
ECG
ECG
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
Medical Equipment
Medical Equipment
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
Drawing Blood
Drawing Blood
0.5%
0.5%
37
37
Emergency Vehicle
Emergency Vehicle
0.5%
0.5%
38
38
Medical Records
Medical Records
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
Physical Examinations
Physical Examinations
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
Life Support Services
Life Support Services
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
Treatment Procedures
Treatment Procedures
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Medical Supplies
Medical Supplies
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
RN
RN
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Emergency Diagnostic
Emergency Diagnostic
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Phtls
Phtls
0.4%
0.4%
46
46
General Public
General Public
0.4%
0.4%
47
47
Endotracheal Intubation
Endotracheal Intubation
0.4%
0.4%
48
48
Treatment Protocols
Treatment Protocols
0.4%
0.4%
49
49
Defibrillators
Defibrillators
0.4%
0.4%
50
50
Aid Treatment
Aid Treatment
0.4%
0.4%

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