Qualified veteran Paramedic with a solid reputation for superior performance, accuracy and decision making ability. Currently stationed at the busiest EMS station in the State of Delaware, which contains the most diverse district of service. Has served in the acting capacity as both a field supervisor and shift supervisor. Currently holds the rank of Corporal and serves as a Field Training Officer.
Letters to file for "heart alert" recognition
Letter of Commendation for an MCI on I-95, 2007
First female fire line officer in the Aetna Fire Department (Engine Captain)
High intensity position, which demands the highest quality of performance at all times. Response to emergency situations, where triage of patient's and appropriate treatment is delegated. Consistent knowledge of state protocols and maintenance of national certifications. Currently responsible for the training of entry paramedics, as well as certified in training persons in CPR/AED and PHTLS. Current member of the New Castle County EMS Bike Team. Trainer for the new medical reporting system (DEMRS). Have been responsible for background checks for incoming employees and participated in the QA/QI program in the past.
Maintained the hazardous materials inventory for the State of Delaware. Part of the EPCRA reporting program, responsible for the training of parties responsible for reporting to the program. Attended LEPC meetings as a rep for the program.
Responsible for the treatment and transport of stable and critical patients. Provided life support services during medical emergencies on scene and en route to the hospital.Collected pertinent information from the patient, family and friends, medical records and prescriptions.Rapidly assessed whether life threatening criteria was present and took immediate action.Operated and maintained emergency vehicles in a safe, efficient manner while obeying all traffic laws.Interacted with patients, families, hospital staff and the general public.
Assisted the materials coordinator in his duties.
Summer internship. Performed routine maintenance on fire and safety equipment, held records of said equipment including date and location of inspections; trained with the refinery rescue team
Concentration on Pre-veterinary Medicine
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