Iredell County EMS Paramedic-911

Dec
09

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: Under general supervision, performs skilled work in operating an approved mobile medical unit, rescuing victims and performing advanced emergency care including the administration of life sustaining treatment to patients on-site and while in route to hospital.

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Beaufort County Emergency Medical Services AEMT or Paramedic

Dec
09

Paramedic Annual Salary:   $35,322 (Plus $5,298 OT) (Salary Grade 14)               

 

EMT Intermediate Annual Salary:  $27,209 (Plus $4,081 OT) (Salary Grade 9) 

 

EMT Intermediate Trainee Annual Salary: $25,913                  

 

GENERAL WORK DESCRIPTION 

 

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EMS Instructor Methodology (Hybrid) - Pamlico CC

Dec
07

Course Name: EMS Instructor Methodology Course

Dates: January 9, 2020 - March 1, 2020

Location: Online; Seated days Saturday, February 29 & Sunday, March 1, 2020 at Pamlico Community College, 5049 NC HWY 306 South, Grantsboro, NC

Class Times: Self-Paced with exception of two (2) required class days.

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Ventilation and Capnography Continuing Education (Lenoir Community College)

Dec
06

Lenoir Community College is offering a continuing education course through our live interactive classroom. The topic is Ventilation and Capnography and is a part of the Paramedic National Continued Competency Program. The class will be offered on January 27, 2020, from 1900-2200. Students are required to log onto our live collaborate session and participate in the live lecture.

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Cultural Diversity for EMS Providers, Montgomery Community College

Dec
05

Cultural Diversity for EMS providers:  This will be a 24-hour course designed to inform EMS providers with various cultural contexts and considerations.  It will allow providers to become more familiar with how cultural differences and health disparities can impact the way we provide care.

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Rural EMS Challenges, Montgomery Community College

Dec
05

Rural EMS challenges: This will be a 32-hour course designed to help EMS professionals working in rural settings better understand the root causes of health care challenges with their patients.  Topics will include poverty, health literacy, uncontrolled chronic diseases in rural settings, and more.

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EMS Role With Vulnerable Populations, Montgomery Community College

Dec
05

EMS role with vulnerable populations: This will be a 32-hour course designed to introduce the various population types, what their unique needs and challenges may be, and how we as EMS professionals can better address these issues while they are in our care.  For the purpose of this course vulnerable will be defined as "those with greater-than-average risk of developing health

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EMS Research Methods, Montgomery Community College

Dec
05

EMS Research methods: This will be a 40-hour course designed to introduce beginner research EMS professionals to the world of research.  This will allow students to become familiar with laying the groundwork for topics of interest, reviewing literature, conducting both quantitative and qualitative studies, collecting and analyzing data, and various research considerations.  The

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Telehealth in EMS, Montgomery Community College

Dec
05

Telehealth in EMS: This will be a 40-hour course designed to prepare EMS providers to be familiar with the various uses of telehealth, and how they can be applied and adapted for patient care in the field.  There will also be a focus on ways to collaborate and integrate with other healthcare professionals to improve patient care and clinical outcomes.

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Paramedic Course - Rowan-Cabarrus Community College

Dec
04

Rowan-Cabarrus Community College Salisbury NC

Paramedic Course

Dates:                         Classroom – 2/26/20 – 10/22/20

Clinical/Field: Begins 8/1/20 (must be completed by 3/31/21)

 

Days:                         Rotate Monday/Tuesday then Wednesday/Thursday and  

                                  Several weekends

 

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