EMS is an exciting and growing career path. Check out the number of opportunities across the area to work as an EMT, Paramedic or EMS Administrator.
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Community Ambulance Service Rolla
Community Ambulance Service Rolla is a fully paid ALS ambulance service and we are currently accepting applications for a full time EMT, Applicants may start as a CPR certified driver and we will provide on the job training to the EMT level. Successful applicants must have clean driving record and be able to drive in a variety weather conditions both day and night. Successful applicant will also be considered for paid training to the Paramedic level after successful completion of probationary period as an EMT. $35000.00-$45000.00/yr
PRN/Casual Paramedic needed. 24-36 hour shifts will vary depending on need. Applicants must be nationally registered Paramedic and possess ACLS and PALS certificates. $25.00/hr
Contact Darren Welander
Rolla ND 58367
Sepsis is a life-threatening complication of an infectious process that without rapid diagnosis and treatment can quickly progress to tissue damage, organ failure and death. 270,000 Americans die each year from sepsis.1,2 Alarmingly, mortality increases 8 percent with each hour an individual does not receive treatment for sepsis.3
Because nearly 87% of sepsis cases begin in the community1, awareness of the signs and symptoms of sepsis is critical knowledge for Emergency Medical Services (EMS). EMS professionals are critical partners as they can help prevent sepsis infection or death by knowing the risk factors, identifying the symptoms and initiating life-saving treatment.
Computerized sepsis training modules have been developed to educate EMS providers across the region of the significance of early recognition and treatment of sepsis and that sepsis is a medical emergency.
In this module, participants will learn about the symptoms and conditions where sepsis should be suspected and why sepsis is considered an emergency event.
Participants will learn the sepsis risk factors, analyze the components of sepsis screening tools and evaluate the need for a sepsis screening tool for their local EMS unit. A sepsis screening tool is provided.
This module focuses on utilizing the sepsis screening tool to alert receiving healthcare providers that sepsis is suspected and appropriate action can be taken. Understanding the roles and expectations of all members of the healthcare team and using a standardized communication hand-off tool are discussed.
Participants will learn the importance of quality improvement and basic quality improvement strategies to improve EMS processes and systems.
To access the training modules:
A certificate will be provided upon completion of each module.
Nikki Medalen, MSN, BSN, APHN-BC | email@example.com | 701-989-6236
Lisa Thorp, BSN, RN, CDE | firstname.lastname@example.org | 701-989-6241
In September 2017, Great Plains Quality Innovation Network received special funding to work in one rural geographical location in Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota to increase awareness and early recognition of sepsis. For more information: https://greatplainsqin.org/initiatives/sepsis/.
This material was prepared by the Great Plains Quality Innovation Network, the Medicare Quality Improvement Organization for Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota, under contract with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The contents presented do not necessarily reflect CMS policy. 11S0W-GPQIN-NE-SEP-12/0618
Lake Region Ambulance Service
Lake Region Ambulance Service is looking for Full time and part time Paramedic’s and EMT’s. Applicant must be 18 years of age with current NREMT Paramedic with ACLS & PALS, licensed or licensable by the ND Dept. of Health of EMS and Trauma. EMT’s need to be National Registry and Registered to the state of North Dakota. Those interested shall submit a completed application, resume and supporting credentials, including, licenses, certifications and any other supporting documentation.
Please mail application to Lake Region Ambulance Service PO Box 893, Devils Lake ND 58301, Call 701-662-8916, email email@example.com
In recognizing the importance of rural communities supporting the mineral development in western North Dakota, Farm Credit Services and AgriBank worked together to establish the Rural Community Grant Fund.
The Rural Community Grant Fund offers grants up to $50,000 to western North Dakota nonprofit organizations (or equivalent) that successfully exhibit the impact of mineral exploration in their service area. Funding will be available for proposals encompassing housing projects; health, safety, and environment programs; medical facilities; educational programs; and more!
In order to facilitate successful project proposals, Farm Credit Services of North Dakota and Farm Credit Services of Mandan have contracted with Strengthen ND to provide technical assistance for grant writing. The Rural Community Grant Fund is a great opportunity with a quick turnaround time, which is often advantageous for many organizations. Helping to direct much-needed resources to mission-driven organizations like yours is something that Strengthen ND is equipped to do.
Attached you will find an FAQ sheet better explaining the Rural Community Grant Fund. The next deadline for proposal submission is August 31st. If you have any questions or are interested in applying, please contact me as soon as possible.
Enbridge Training and grant information found here