I'm beginning to understand why people can't come to NY and work start work if they're a NREMT. Setting NYC protocol aside, NY state protocol are extensive and very specific. Getting down to NYC is craziness.I would assume that protocols would not be on a state site since protocols are designated by each department/hospital/company's medical director. I was looking for a legal scope of practice. I'll update my OP as I get more but I can't find one for missouri right now and massacussets was not easily found either.
You're in texas, where the medical director can set protocols as they see fit. There's no state scope hereIt's gotta vary because EMT's in our FD can IO, push narcan, D50, Cpap, even call someone DOA. I think we only have one EMT left though, everyone else is a Paramedic..