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Chanute, KS 66720
• Control at the scene;
• Prompt and efficient care of the patient before transport;
• Preparation for transfer;
• Orderly transfer of the patient to a medical facility;
• Maintaining radio communication with the hospital;
• Administration of medications or procedures as directed by physician and protocols;
• Perform CPR and defibrillation through ACLS protocol;
• Perform all duties of EMT.
The MICTs operates the ambulances and performs ambulance transfers for emergency and non-emergency purposes. They are responsible for maintaining the ambulances in a readiness state by replenishing medical supplies and equipment in all ambulances and checking out vehicle mechanical readiness. They are also responsible for having the ambulances cleaned and serviced as required.In the emergency room, the MICTs, within the scope of his / her certification and as directed by the ER nurse, PA, or physician, provide patient care, first aid, emergency care, and assist during exams and procedures. The MICT transports patients to appropriate departments / nursing units and keep ER rooms and equipment in readiness for patients. The MICT performs limited duty in the hospital as time allows, such as patient transfers. Patient care is delegated as appropriate. MICTs are responsible for a core set of competencies which can be applied in the field and Emergency Department settings. Care is given in accordance with established standards and protocols, policies and procedures, and is consistent with applicable Federal, State regulations, and EMTALA regulations and professional ethics. Specifically designated MICTs are responsible for the following:
• Ambulance reports and records;
• MICT, EMT continuing education and certification (Training Officer).
The Critical Care Paramedic will be able to perform all job functions of a MICT/paramedic in addition to those additional skills listed below.
LICENSE / CERTIFICATION / REGISTRATION:
Current Kansas Paramedic license or ability to obtain licensure per Kansas Board of Emergency Medical Services regulations.
Current Valid Kansas Driver’s License with no restrictions limiting driving.
CPR Satisfactory course completion with current card or ability to complete within 3 months or at the next available course offered by NMRMC.
ACLS Satisfactory course completion with current card or ability to complete within 6 months or at the next available course offered by NMRMC.
PALS Satisfactory course completion with current card or ability to complete within 12 months or at the next available course offered by NMRMC.
CCPC Satisfactory course completion in an approved Critical Care program leading to certification as a Critical Care Paramedic, with special emphasis on the following:
• Specialty ventilator management
• Invasive pressure monitoring
• Intra-aortic balloon pump
• Diagnostic studies
• High risk OB
• Critical care pharmacology/advanced pharmacology
• Invasive skills
• Flight physiology