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  • n. A paramedic


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  • EMT-P (Paramedic/TUM III) = In the US, this provider has up to 1,000 hours of training.

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  • Clinical experience in an ER or urgent care clinic or as an EMT-P is preferred.

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  • In order to see a doctor, a soldier first has to see a medic (equal to an EMT-P in the outside world), then they get sent (if the medic doesn't try being doctor first) to a P.A. (physician's assistant).

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  • There is little or nothing in the NHTSA EMT-B or EMT-P curricula that addresses these aspects of our practice. Top EMS News

  • Bloomington Fire has been making a killing from the time they started their EMT-P units.

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  • RN, BSN, EMT-P, is past chair of the Virginia 97th Legislative District Committee. Top EMS News

  • When your crew arrived, one of the EMT's (I couldn't tell if anyone was an EMT-P or not) assessed the scene and looked directly at me and asked what had happened.

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  • "Documentation is one of the most important things done during and post patient care," writes author Les Allen, FF / EMT-P. Top EMS News

  • Kyle R. Gorman, MBA, EMT-P, executive officer, Clackamas County (OR) Fire District Top EMS News

  • Daniel D. Limmer, AS, EMT-P, is a paramedic with Kennebunk Fire-Rescue in Kennebunk, Top EMS News


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