I'll leave the legwork up to you. San Mateo County-AMR, Contra Costa County-AMR, Alameda County-Falck, Santa Clara County Rural/Metro (AMR), Solano County-Medic Ambulance, Napa County-AMR, Yolo County-AMR, Santa Cruz County-AMR
This is standard practice for United Ambulance previously known as United Transport (gurney vans/wheelchair vans).
United Ambulance will have EMTs staff a gurney/wheelchair van if they do not have enough call volume or staff to justify running an ambulance for the entire shift. United...
Exactly, most paramedics want to be paramedics and run 911 calls or go onto fire. I doubt many people go into paramedic school with the idea of wanting to do CP or run ALS IFT calls. CP might be a good avenue for someone burnout from 911 who wants to retire in EMS as a paramedic. Requires a...
Very interesting! Definitely something for me to read more about.
Hopefully, however the pessimist in me finds it highly unlikely ambulance companies will be able to find motivated paramedics to provide high quality community paramedicine. Ambulance companies are having a hard time enough time...
Sort of. Most counties when public health nursing started provided case management services for everyone in the county. Funding dried up so now it’s mostly grants tied to specific populations for case management services or hospital funding for case management services to prevent readmissions...
Their website is horrible. This makes me question how valid/how much weight any of their certifications are if they can't even run an up to date website.
Q: What are the eligibility requirements for taking the CP-C Exam?
AMR is a mess but at least it's an organized mess which has been consistently functioning as an organized mess for years versus other companies who have no previous 911 experience getting 911 contracts
Did Bayshore really sell out to Protransport? Very interesting
If you just want to do CCT in Contra Costa County, I would apply for AMR Sutter. You should ask but I'm sure they do all the NICU/PICU for Suter if they have the IFT contract. Similar to how Rural/Metro did all the NICU/PICU for...
This article says “Wichita Fire Department EMTs”. And “Sedgwick County EMS came back”
Sounds like fire and EMS are two separate entities. If so, I don’t agree with Wichita FF/EMTs being sanctioned per my points above.
What were the FF/EMTs supposed to do? Transport the patient in the non existent fire ambulance? Transport the patient in the fire truck? Transport the patient on a sheet? Steal EMS’s gurney for transport? The FF/EMTs can’t force anybody to transport, don’t have the proper vehicle to do so, and...
You forgot mastering your supportive stance and not standing directly in front of the patient. Sideways/slanted stance.
I wonder if CPI is part of the CMS audit/checklist every hospital has to go through.
Falcon Ambulance CCT is their name. Has nothing to do with what level the actual ambulance is running at. Confusing, I know. I swear I've seen some ambulances without CCT in the name (probably due to the confusion)-so maybe they're rebranding?
The archive link shows the company was founded by...
Looks like they're rebranding. https://www.falconambulance.com/
They're probably called Falcon CCT because it was founded by nurses who probably ran CCT calls back when it first started.
They then morphed into...
ALS meaning ALS 911 calls or ALS IFT calls?
Technically, California allows RN's to response to ALS prehospital calls.
“Authorized registered nurse,” “mobile intensive care nurse,” or “MICN” means a registered nurse who is functioning pursuant to Section 2725 of the Business and...
100%, seems to be the equivalent of CCT-P in other counties.
see Alameda county’s CCP for comparison