Muhlenberg Area Ambulance Association is actively seeking Part Time Paramedics & EMTs to join our team!. We are a growing company and invite you to join us in that growth of our company. Muhlenberg Ambulance Association is a veteran, privately owned non-profit EMS service operated by the Muhlenberg Lions Club. We provide ALS, and BLS to a wide range of customers including nursing homes, private residence, and many commercial and industrial businesses.
Muhlenberg EMS is hiring for Part Time Paramedics & EMT. Paramedics and EMTs are responsible for ensuring the administration of BLS and ALS Care to patients. He/She would work as a team with a EMT or Paramedic Partner to ensure the safety and best possible medical care of such patients. Muhlenberg Ambulance Association is a stable company that offers Paramedic's and EMTs the ability to work under competitive and progressive medical protocols. If you are an experience Paramedic or EMT looking for a stable company or straight out of school looking to fain some valuable experience, Muhlenberg Ambulance is the place for you!
APPLICATIONS CAN BE FOUND AT http://muhlems.org/files.html
Muhlenberg Ambulance Association is one of a few organizations within the County of Berks that offers a structured volunteer program. We provide out of hospital acute care and transport to definitive care for patients with illness and injuries which the patient believes constitutes a medical emergency. There are four (4) levels of EMS. Emergency Responder (EMR), Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), Advanced EMT (AEMT), and Paramedic. Each level represents a unique role, set of skills and knowledge base.
The Training Program here at Muhlenberg Area Ambulance Association has the students within the program playing an important role in the future of our Organization. Muhlenberg EMS maintains a high standard of care and has worked very hard to develop the student program that meets the needs of the student regardless of their experience. Training can be intimidating when learning something new. Our Training staff takes pride in our program and understands that each and every student learns at their own pace and may learn differently.
Observers who are interested in EMS are permitted 36 hours of observer time prior to enrolling in an EMS course as listed above. There are four (4) phases within the program that will guide the student to learning to function on their own as a healthcare provider.
Phase 1- Orientation Phase- 10 minimal patient contacts
Phase 2- Developmental Phase- 30 minimum basis life support calls
Phase 3- Function on your own as the team leader of the EMS crew
Phase 4- Emergency Vehicle Operations, driving emergency and non-emergency mode
HIPAA compliance is extremely important. ANY breach of HIPAA results in immediate termination from the training program.
If you are interested in becoming a Volunteer please contact us at email@example.com