MTEMS Techs Graduate Paramedic School

From left are Jonna Stinehour, Don Lewis, Ryan Reed, Hanna Young and Amy Sharp. (Photo provided)

From left are Jonna Stinehour, Don Lewis, Ryan Reed, Hanna Young and Amy Sharp. (Photo provided)

 

Five technicians with Multi-Township EMS have completed the classes and requirements to become paramedics.

The paramedic course prepared them to function in an advanced life-support capacity Emergency Medical Service position in the pre-hospital environment. The paramedic program has prepared these men and women to use invasive skills, such as establishment of peripheral intravenous lines including external jugular cannulation, endotracheal intubation, drug administration by various routes, intraosseous infusions, electrocardiogram (ECG) rhythm identification, 12 lead ECG interpretation, defibrillation and cardioversion, noninvasive cardiac pacing, and chest decompression.

Jonna Stinehour, Don Lewis, Ryan Reed, Hanna Young and Amy Sharp recently completed their paramedic training and join the 33 other paramedics that Multi-Township EMS has on staff.

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