EMT-WPH Mobile Transport-Night - Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies
Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies is a 285-bed hospital facility designed to serve the specialized needs of women and babies, located in Orlando, Florida. Our 11-story hospital provides complete womens care from obstetrics and high-risk births to gynecological services and is one of the largest birthing centers in the United States. The hospital offers 30 labor and delivery rooms, a high-risk maternity unit, post-partum and high-risk ante-partum units and a Triage Unit for womens emergency and urgent care.Winnie Palmer Hospital also includes the Hughes Fetal Diagnostic Center, which offers Ultrasounds, Targeted Sonogram, Diabetic and Nutrition Counseling,Genetic Counseling, Fetal Echocardiogram. Annually, more than 14,500 babies are born at Winnie Palmer Hospital, making it the busiest labor and delivery unit in the state of Florida and one of the busiest in the nation. Winnie Palmer Hospital is also home to one of the largest Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICU) in the nation.
The EMT Provides safe transfer of patients to local facilities, discharges and outlying facilities.
Documentation of each transfer to include: type of transfer and destination of patient being transported.
Communicates appropriate patient information with RN/RRT/Paramedic when transfer is by ambulance on the appropriate run
Demonstrates competency in advanced unit specific tasks and skills as defined by unit specific competency list.
Communicates appropriate information regarding the patients condition to the RN and other members of the healthcare team.
Maintains a clean and safe working environment within confines of the department/ambulance.
Assists RN/RRT/Paramedic in supply and stocking of all ALS units
High school graduate or equivalent
Successful completion of Emergency Medical Technician program from approved/accredited Department of Transportation
(DOT) program. May also be a graduate of an additional paramedic program.
Current Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) license or Paramedic (PMD) license in the State of Florida renewed every two (2) years.
Maintain current Basic life support certification (BLS).
Emergency Vehicle Operators Certificate (EVOC) certification.
Valid Florida drivers license with no more than six (6) points, at least 21 years of age, and must be insurable under the Orlando Health Insurance carriers requirements and standards.
One (1) year of ambulance driving experience and/or Fire Department experience. Good driving record on file with Florida State DOT