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Paramedics are healthcare workers who provide emergency medical aid to patients who are injured in an accident or who suffer some type of medical emergency. You are usually the first to arrive on the scene in case of an accident, emergency or any other crisis that requires immediate specialist medical treatment and care. At the scene of the emergency, you administer the appropriate emergency medical treatment after quickly evaluating the patient's condition. You are trained and certified to perform advanced life support (ALS), which includes administering IV fluids, injections, medications and performing advanced respiratory procedures. You may also treat wounds, perform CPR, deliver babies, and perform patient assessments.
As a Paramedic, you have completed approximately 150 hours of training, received your state certification as an EMT-B as well as an additional 1500 hours and a few years under your belt to be where you are at today. As a Paramedic, you are typically the lead member of a rescue team, with the most training and the most decision making power. This means that the requirements to be a paramedic include strong leadership skills and the ability to perform complex life-saving functions in extremely stressful crisis situations. You must keep a cool head and maintain authority amongst your team members in situations where a mistake can mean the difference between life and death.
To prepare for your interview you will want to brush up on your behavioral questions. Your interviewer can see your qualifications on your resume so they will want to know how you interact with your coworkers, patients and how well you work under pressure. Do your research on the company before interviewing. Being able to tell the interviewer how your goals and vision match up with the company will set you apart from the rest. Be prepared to speak to your past work history, education and views on various behavioral questions.