Towanda Memorial Hospital
Nights - 12 hours
The EMT is an allied health professional who provides a wide range of emergent and non emergent patient care and transportation outside the hospital setting. The EMT will encounter patients with medical and trauma complaints. The EMT must be able to communicate and treat all types of human responses from the patient, family and bystanders. The EMT is responsible for functioning in the pre-hospital setting as well as various capacities through tout the hospital. Patient care is a priority no matter what the patients age, race, religion, or cultural background is.
Technical Non Nursing
EMT need to maintain current certification as an EMT issued by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. EMT must have current CPR and EVOC certifications along with a valid driver license. The EMT must have the ability to read, write, understanding oral communication. The EMT must have the ability to give presentations and teach. The EMT must be able to keep neat and legible written records. The EMT must be able to follow universal precautions, use proper body mechanics and make appropriate timely decisions. The EMT must be able to handle traumatic situations, such as the death of a patient, including children, and other unpleasant sights.
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How To Apply
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