Have been browsing through the forums for a while, but finally decided to post. Probably will see a lot of me in the terrorism and volunteer posts.
Background: NREMT-P, CCEMT-P, certified in MD and PA, instructor, Haz-Mat tech, specialize in terrorism and chemical weapons incident.
Looking forward to many a good discussion.
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01-04-2000, 11:34 AM #1dousaemsFirehouse.com Guest
01-04-2000, 12:43 PM #2Scott ClarkFirehouse.com Guest
Welcome on board Todd. It appears your quite involved, good! I'm interested in what a CCEMT-P is compared to the Nationally Registered Paramedic? Is that from PA? I'll look forward to your input on Terrorism and all that "modern-day-fire-service-worry"
If we stand united.... We will never fall.
01-04-2000, 12:56 PM #3dousaemsFirehouse.com Guest
CCEMT-P is a certification I got from the University of Maryland at Baltimore County. It is Critical Care Transport, but used to be known as Critical Care Paramedic when I took it years ago. It is a two week intensive class that focuses on the care of patients on such things as Intra-Aortic Balloon pumps, vents, exotic drips, etc. The pharmacology is way extended past standard stuff, and included paralytics when it began (which is now pretty commonplace). Excellent course. Had a blast!!
It is a certification that is not really well-recognized across the U.S. since it is such a niche type of training class. But private EMS folks and aero-transport crews love it.
01-04-2000, 09:14 PM #4craig7404Firehouse.com Guest
Welcome Todd. Glad you decided to join us because it sounds like you have a lot to offer. I look forward to hearing from you.
Good Luck And Be Safe
01-06-2000, 01:41 PM #5Lt1208Firehouse.com Guest
Welcome from another new poster. Our service was the first in W.V. to use cct trucks. We've ran ,I don't know exactly, but a bunch of medics through the course. I think the curriculum originally came from Univ. of Maryland, probably same course as you. We currently run 3 person crews on our cct trucks, emt,emt-p and rn. The emt-p and rn do the Healthnet IV fixed wing flights also. Still on waiting list to get into class, still just a normal emt-p. Look forward to hearing you on forums, anxious to see similiarity of services. Look us up on http://www.kceaa.org Welcome and Happy New Year.
T. Bibb, EMT-P
01-11-2000, 01:45 AM #6firefly1361Firehouse.com Guest
Its good to see a fellow Marylander in here. Drop me a line sometime. I'm a Fire Fighter/EMT here in Carroll County.
Gamber & Comm Fire Co.
Carroll Engine Co. 13.
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