Ambitious and caring individual, eager to contribute excellent care to anyone I may come in contact with, especially in an EMS role. Thrive best in team-based settings. Skilled in administering physical and emotional support in the midst of high-stress, keeping the atmosphere calm and reassuring. Known for attention to detail and willingness to be instructed to higher potential and better care.
My duties in this job varied greatly depending on the certification level of my partner and whether, at the time, I was working full-time or part time. For approximately four months, I worked full-time and kept the station organized, clean, kept communication and scheduling running smooth, made sure the ambulance was properly managed and ready for any kind of patient care. I was also primary caregiver on emergent calls for much of that time. After that four months I have worked part-time, doing my part to keep the station and coworkers in good order, but not having as much responsibility and not as much patient care. I have driven many inter-facility transfers. My duties during my employment are listed (but are not limited to) below.
I cared for my grandparents in an apartment. They are both disabled in some way. My family felt they needed a proper caregiver and hired me. I basically did absolutely everything for them besides personal hygiene. This job trained me for so many things in life - Housekeeping, meal management, healthcare, empathy, patience, respectful treatment of my elders, effective communication with other caregivers, etc. We had a CNA available to replace me full-time and I trained her seeing as my grandparents needed a change, I needed a break, and the replacement had obtained higher education than I have. My list of duties were extensive. The following are the highlights:
I worked at a hospital-owned ambulance service who also hired me to work in the lab while I was on call. This was my first experience with medical work and I developed a passion for learning how to best care for my patients and continually learn new and better ways to preform my duties. The only reason this job terminated is that the hospital closed. I continued the next day to work for the EMS service that took over the hospital's ambulances.
My duties ranged significantly depending on who I was working with. The most consistent duties are listed below.
This was a family owned business. Therefore it was a great training grounds for not only sharpening my attention to detail, but also my ability to quickly resolve interpersonal relationship issues and ability to listen effectively. My practical duties are listed, but are not limited to, the following:
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