EMT-Paramedics are licensed emergency medical practitioners who are responsible for providing first level medical attention to parties suffering sudden stoke or unconsciousness as well as accidents and violent homicidal assaults. The provide life-sustaining aid to ensure they survive the journey to the nearest hospital. They are mostly employed in accredited 911 emergency units as well as hospitals and 3rd party ambulance service providers.
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Jerry V. Pierce
Chinatown, San Francisco, CA
To work as part of the EMT-paramedics team in a large state or city hospital
1986 – Present: Paramedic, California Pacific Medical Center
- Administer first aid medication to persons in distress while on the scene and stabilize health condition for the journey to a hospital
- Apply and operate defibrillators, heart monitors, lung machines, and administers life sustaining apparatus on board ambulance as necessary.
- Relay patient’s medical condition to the attending physician or head nurse in the emergency ward
- Clean contaminated areas in the ambulance after each emergency travel.
- Ensure that prescribed and assigned paramedic equipment is functioning properly prior to meeting any emergency assignment
Skills and Qualifications
- 6 years of experience in emergency healthcare as a paramedic in a large city hospital
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Cited by the National Red Cross for exceptional rescue help in the 1989 San Francisco earthquake
2003: passed the EMT-4 certification exams from the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT)
1986 – 1989: Bachelor of Science in Emergency Management, Golden Gate University
1985 – 1986: Diploma in Paramedic, Golden Gate University
Professional and Character References
To be furnished upon request