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5 Feb 2023
Full-Time Specialist Paramedic – Pandi
Provides expert direct patient care during patient transfer in a ground ambulance or in an emergency room setting. Neonates, babies, teenagers, adults, and the elderly are among the patients. Paramedics often serve as mentors to new hires and paramedic students.
Job Title : Specialist Paramedic
Location : Pandi, Bulacan Province, Philippines
Salary : $ 31.29 per hour.
Company : Plains All American Pipeline LP
Job Type : Full-Time
- Those in need should be provided with emergency medical care, which should include transportation, in accordance with all applicable laws and the norms of the appropriate agency. This is within the purview of the paramedic’s duties.
- During therapy, the patient’s condition is kept an eye on, and tactics or procedures are changed as needed based on judgment and experience to get a good result.
- Directs the work of litter teams in the transfer of patients to and from evacuation vehicles, such as ambulances, planes, and other modes of transportation.
- Climbing, lifting, balancing, walking, stooping, and handling items are examples of physical tasks that will entail significant use of arms and legs as well as movement of the whole body. Attend training programs to maintain national certification, state licensure, and to stay current on new advancements in the profession. Work hours may vary based on the location of the role and the demands of the patient. Overtime, calls, backup calls, evenings, days, weekends, and holidays are all possible.
- Paramedics in close communication with the recipient hospital will transmit important information, such as the health state of the patients they are transporting. Consider the legal, moral, and ethical aspects of emergency medical care, and keep a complete record of the patient’s condition and treatment. Paramedics must keep open lines of communication with both the patient and the patient’s family, provide calming words to anxious patients, and show real care and courtesy while handling sensitive patient data. At the receiving facility, help is needed in lifting and moving patients in order to provide proper medical care.
- Complete patient examinations, reassessments, and resuscitation treatments, including intravenous fluids, endotracheal intubation, chest decompression, medicine and spine/extremity immobilization, are performed.
- Licensed paramedics will be responsible for maintaining their own certification and re-certification. To renew their license, Paramedics must meet the requirements of the Department, which will provide educational opportunities.
- The Paramedic is expected to contact their supervisor in a timely way if their supplies, equipment, or vehicle has any mechanical issues. Refills will be made as necessary.
- Patients of all ages, from infants to the elderly, are treated by paramedics in accordance with their assessment. Transfer patients based on their medical conditions and injuries, unless otherwise advised by a doctor.
- Constantly evaluates the patient en route to the emergency center and delivers further treatment as required or directed by the physician. Paramedics may use the medical transport settings’ integrated equipment. Observe, document, and report to the physician the patient’s condition or damage, the therapy offered, and any adverse responses to medications or treatment at the emergency scene and during transport to the receiving institution for diagnostic reasons.
- Knowledge necessary to deliver standardized advanced life support level care and interaction strategies for the goal of developing productive connections with patients and engaging with members of the treatment team.
- Maintain national register status as a paramedic. Additional training/workshops and staff meetings are required per policy.
- Required education level is the equivalent of a high school diploma, with an associate’s degree in paramedic technology or paramedicine being the preferable option. The successful completion of an approved paramedic training program is necessary in order to get a license.
- The functions of an ambulance include its on-board systems, emergency driving and scene management abilities, radio communications, general patient care treatments, and understanding of pre-hospital equipment.
- Thorough understanding of paramedic concepts, practices, and procedures, as well as understanding of how different equipment, such as a monitor or defibrillator, works and how to troubleshoot any difficulties.