The Paramedic is responsible for providing emergency care and administering medical care for patients who are being moved from an active injury scene to a hospital or being transferred from one hospital to another. The Paramedic possesses excellent patient service skills, is able to work well under pressure and make quick decisions about patient health.
Work closely with the dispatcher to determine the best way to respond to all calls based on the company’s priority system.
Respond to emergency calls, assess patient condition and make critical care decisions quickly.
Handle non-medical situations such as crowd control and protecting the valuables of a patient if necessary.
Collect pertinent patient care data and transfer that data to a medical professional based on state guidelines.
Complete paperwork in legible handwriting for all patient calls.
Maintain a running inventory of medical supplies on the response vehicle and makes purchases when necessary.
New Mexico Paramedic License required
Occupational Medicine experience preferred
Must possess a valid state drivers license
Current CPR and First Aid certifications
ACLS course completion required
Ability to remain calm and deliver quality care in high-pressure situations
Excellent verbal and written communication skills required
About PRIME Occupational Medicine:
A service company, supporting multiple medical clinics in different locations which employ over 100+ employees. Provides all of the corporate office support needed to help run the company efficiently.