The Paramedic will work in the Level 1 Trauma Center to compliment the nursing role. Duties of this position include performing patient care duties utilizing a team approach in collaboration with RNs, MDs, and other members of the comprehensive healthcare team; and organizing, prioritizing, and delivering direct patient care based on determined scope of practice within the hospital setting.
IEBC (Internal Employee Being Considered)
Skills / Knowledge / Abilities
The ideal candidate will have clinical care experience, including but not limited to: monitoring vital signs; inserting IVs, NGTs, and urinary catheters; assisting with 12 lead EKGs; assisting with wound care; assisting with suctioning; and completing proper documentation.
Does this position have supervisory responsibilities? No Preferred Education/Experience
High school diploma or GED and three years of paramedic experience, and current Kentucky Paramedic certification or licensure, American Heart Association (BLS), ACLS, and PALS certifications preferred.
Deadline to Apply 12/14/2020 University Community of Inclusion
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