EMT Resume Sample

These are some examples of job descriptions we have handpicked from real EMT resumes for your reference.

EMT-Basic

  • Performed daily cleaning with infection control and stocked the ambulance.
  • Provided patient care in emergency and transport situations.
  • Operated the ambulance using knowledge of safe emergency vehicle operations/emergency egress operations and other state and federal rules and regulations.

EMT

  • The works that are planned to be performed inside confined space are clearly described, including the work schedule.
  • Contents of the confined space are clearly identified.
  • Preparation works have been completed, including removal and clean up of chemicals from the confined space.
  • All aspects of safety measures have been discussed and identified.
  • Name of entrants, attendants, supervisors and rescue team have been determined.

EMT-B

  • Provide life support services during emergencies on scene and en route to the hospital.
  • Maintain a state of readiness and alertness at all times.
  • Collect pertinent information from the patient, family,and medical records.

EMT-Basic

  • Conducting medical transportation for major hospitals.
  • Both as the driver and caretaker of patient in the ambulance.
  • Worked closely with dispatch, nursing staff, law enforcement and fire personnel to respond to situations accordingly and efficiently.

Emergency Medical Technician

  • Assist nurses in the preoperative setting by prepping patients for scheduled surgeries.
  • Obtain vital signs, assist in wardrobe changing, interview patients and obtain proper consents.
  • Transport patient into the OR and assist in prepping the patient once moved onto the OR bed.

EMT

  • I work for a private ambulance company as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), a health care professional, initially assessing the condition of patients to determine the necessary course of action.
  • This could include transporting ill, injured and non-ambulatory patients.
  • I assist with loading and unloading patients from the ambulance (requiring me to stay physically fit) and administer first aid.

EMT

  • Assess patient conditions through physical and verbal exams, and document findings accurately.
  • Interpret limited histories and use physical assessments to assist medic identify potential underlying critical issues.
  • Monitor patients for changes and revise interventions accordingly.
  • Keep vehicles ready for calls by cleaning them and keeping medical supplies stocked.

EMT-Basic

  • Maintained a state of readiness and alertness for all assignments.Collected pertinent information from the patient, family and friends, medical records and prescriptions.
  • Initiated plans of care based on patient assessments.
  • Operated and maintained emergency vehicles in a safe, efficient manner while obeying all traffic laws.
  • Completed all mandatory education and training classes.Interacted with patients, families, hospital staff and the general public.

Emergency Medical Technician

  • Rapidly assess whether life threatening criteria was present and took immediate action.
  • Maintain current knowledge of treatment protocols and response requirements.
  • Interact with patient’s families’ hospital staff and the general public.
  • Respond to dispatched emergency assignments quickly and safely.

Emergency Medical Technician

  • Safely transporting patients, including bariatric, pediatric, and severe trauma patients to hospitals.
  • Providing first aid care for patients in non-life-threatening situations and recommending a suitable referral location to meet their specific needs.
  • Providing incident reports of daily calls out on the field and maintain daily activity logs.

Emergency Medical Technician

  • Preformed over 100 medical assessment on all ages ranging from 9 years old to 97 years old.
  • Applied and discontinued over 50 heart monitors, 3 leads and 12 leads.
  • Assisted in over 100 ALS calls insuring the medic had all appropriate tools necessary to do their job.
  • Preformed over 200 sets of vitals to ensure patients were within the normal ranges to ensure quality care.

EMT-B

  • Work as a team to ensure patients receive proper care and treatment.
  • Manage simple and multiple system trauma emergency care. Manage patients, family, and bystanders in a professional manner.
  • Assess and provide general medical care for patients on scene and during transport within my scope of care for all state, regional, and local agencies.

 

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