Emergency Medical Texan
Was your resignation immediate? Meaning you have already worked your last shift there?
I would argue that you have an obligation to make sure your paperwork meets the standards that you agreed to when you took the job. HIPAA is not an issue here. OTOH, it sounds as though the documentation that they require for BLS calls is a little unreasonable, and also that you've already worked uncompensated hours for them, and they've generally treated you really lousy.
If all those things are true, I think it's at least understandable for you to walk away and just be done.
Yes, resignation was immediate.
I resigned off the clock after finishing the reports. Their software is buggy and while I made sure it showed a narrative, it appears to not have saved. It's happened on multiple reports.
I was at the station when I resigned, so cameras could show I was working off the clock. And if the camera data is suddenly unavailable. Hmm
I don't like leaving reports undone, but I guess I don't want them to say I accessed company information or such without explicit permission.
I left my phone number in the resignation if they had questions or concerns, and they already had it and regularly called me to get me to pick up shifts or to talk about things they thought I'd done wrong, but handled completely professionally.
And management hasn't called to talk about my resignation, so. They know where to find me.