Is it ok to write a patient’s full name in your PCR narrative? My partner does that and I’ve never seen that before. For ex., he’d write “dispatched to transport 45 yo male named John Doe...” and continues to address patient using their last name.
Yes but I have encountered situations where a bed can’t be moved from the wall and bed is very small, so we usually draw sheet but have to get on bed. I was wondering if there was a way to move patient without getting on the bed. I never twist, but I would assume if I were to lift a patient...
How would you transfer a patient on a backboard to the gurney without twisting your back and with only 2 people available?
How would you transfer a patient on a gurney and bed sheet where one person is at the head and one person at the feet onto a bed without twisting back?
I’m an EMT currently working BLS in the Bay Area and I live in Santa Clara County. Does anyone know the ALS companies specifically in Santa Clara County? And ALS companies in the rest of the Bay Area that hires EMT's?
Thanks for reading some of my posts and trying to help me out as best as you can. On my other posts, I just felt like I needed more information and created this post with more specifics. If that make sense to you?
Yes, this helps a lot. If you have the time to answer, what is it about the scope of practice in Kern County that makes it more enjoyable than other counties? I am familiar with only Santa Clara County and LA County because those are the areas I've lived in.
I applied to Hall and was not...
I applied to Hall Ambulance and failed the behavioral assessment test. I applied all over CA, and have interviews with both companies and just wanted to compare both of them side by side. Thought I could get some in-depth information about them here.