EMS – Pre-Hospital Care Providers
First Floor, Emergency Department
The world of EMS is changing and growing rapidly, and the expertise and scope of practice of these important healthcare providers has evolved and progressed to enable the delivery of better care to communities. However, with the expanded responsibilities and roles comes much more responsibility. EMS training requirements continue to increase so the need for continuous education to assure the provider competencies remain high.
The Charlotte Hungerford Hospital has designed a professional CME curriculum for CHH sponsored paramedics and intermediates to meet the state OEMS requirements, national standards, and those needed to maintain NREMT certification. It is committed to assisting the EMS professional in advancing their skills and keeping them current with trends and developments in the emergency care field.
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Policies, Protocols & Forms
Below are the CME policies and requirements to maintain medical control authorization through the CHH Sponsor Hospital Program.
Charlotte Hungerford EMS Observation Clinical Rotation Programs Policy 11 E6
Department of Emergency Medical Services Relationship of the EMS Agency and Obligations 12 18 2014
Charlotte Hungerford Hospital EMS AEMT Training Oversight Policy
Charlotte Hungerford Hospital EMS Policies
Charlotte Hungerford Hospital / Campion Ambulance Narcotic Policy
Charlotte Hungerford Hospital EMS Communication Policy
Charlotte Hungerford Hospital
Initial Medical Control Application
Renewal Application for medical Control
Paramedic CEU Log
AEMT CEU Log
AEMT Preceptor Form
ASA QA Form
Paramedic Preceptor Form
AEMT IV Competency
AEMT Airway Competency