The emergency medical technician (EMT) responds in an emergency vehicle under emergent and non-emergent conditions and provides emergency medical care at the basic life support level.
The paramedic responds in emergency vehicle to the scene of reported medical emergencies, as directed by communications center. This position manages, supervises and is responsible for all aspects of patient's emergency care by providing efficient and immediate basic and advanced life support at the scene, in transport, and in the emergency room. This position provides emergency medical care at the basic and advanced life support level according to Indianapolis EMS practices, policies, and established protocols.
The EMS educator understands the central concepts, tools of inquiry, and structures of the EMS discipline(s) they teach and can create learning experiences that make these aspects of subject matter meaningful for the adult learner.
The Office Administrator provides administrative support for the Administrative Division and senior leadership to include telephone coverage, copier projects, mail handling, filing, supplies control, and necessary communications internally and externally.
Learn more about the EMT Trainee program and life with Indianapolis EMS by listening to our episode on the
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