EMS Communications Procedures


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ECP240 - EMS Communications Procedures

EMS Communications Procedures Emergency Communicators are often the first persons involved with a medical emergency or incident. Questions asked, decisions made and actions taken by them have a profound influence on the speed, effectiveness and safety of the response and affect the quality of on scene patient care. This course introduces transfer and emergency call reception and protocols, the pre-alert process and requirements of pre-arrival instructions, as well as identifies time regulations and policies governing the collection and assessment of caller information. An introduction to resource management and emergency coverage strategies, assignment of paramedic provider levels and patient distribution rationales are discussed.

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