Straight A’s in Patient Safety from the Leapfrog Group
Top 100 Community Hospitals, Becker's Hospital Review
Top 100 Rural Hospitals, Becker's Hospital Review
Located in the foothills of the North Georgia mountains
Co-workers who feel like family
Weekends and Nights
You Will Be Responsible For:
Responds to requests for emergency and non-emergency calls for service as dispatched by E-911 to provide efficient and acceptable care to ill and injured patients
Performs assessment based on scope of training and medical protocols to determine and apply methods of treatment and transport.
Drives ambulance in a safe and defensive manner at all times obeying traffic rules and regulations with regards to safety of occupants and all others
Completes patient care reports, billing reports and all other required documentation per established practices, guidelines and regulations.
Follows all established policies, procedures, guidelines, objectives, medical protocols, safety protocols, environmental and infection control standards, both written and verbal to assure a safe and effective work environment.
What You Will Need:
Must be certified as an Emergency Medical Technician – Advanced in the state of Georgia
Must have current BCLS
Must have current driver’s license
The Emergency Medical Technician-Advanced (EMT-A) is responsible for the delivery of pre-hospital emergent and non-emergent care for a patient and/or group of patients. The EMT-A is also responsible for following policies and procedures and medical protocols while practicing within the scope of training. Must also utilize professional discretion and independent judgment, while practicing within the state, facility, and regulatory guidelines.
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