Prior to each ground transport, perform risk assessment via safety Matrix. Perform driving responsibilities to meet all safety standards set forth by the transport program.
Receives report of incoming ambulance and aircraft patients, conveys pertinent information to the Charge Nurse and in the case of the air medical, ensures that necessary assistance is available for unloading.
Effectively utilizes time when not actively involved in patient care by maintaining Environment of Care and Point of Care Standards, supply and room stocking and preparation and equipment checks.
Maintains proficiency in radio/satellite communications and maintain open lines of communication with the CareFlight communication center.
Inspect ambulance for damage and equipment failure and document each on daily checklist to ensure the ambulance is fully operational and is good repair.
Responsible for familiarity and effective utilization of prevention and intervention techniques for interaction with violent, mentally disturbed, head injured and intoxicated patients.
Proficiently obtains IV access, bloods and specimens. Labels and transports patient specimens within established standards.
Assist in the ED by accurately and timely documentation using ASAP.
Actively advocates, precepts and coaches EMS and nursing students and new employees to the department.
Safely operate motor vehicle and comply with driver requirements as defined in SCL Health Systemï¿½s Driver Safety Policy.
Education: More than 3 months beyond HS
Experience: Greater than 2 years
License / Certification / Registration EMT-B
Current, valid, class appropriate driverï¿½s license
|Date Posted||May 12, 2018|
|Date Closes||June 11, 2018|
|Located In||Grand junction, CO|