Perform as a paramedic in Mobile Intensive Care Unit (MICU) providing basic life support and advanced life support as outlined by the Robert Wood Johnson University at Rahway MICU Policy and Procedure Manual, the Garden State Regional Mobile Intensive Care Unit Network Consortium polices and procedures and the NJ DOH Mobile Intensive Care guidelines and regulations 8:41. Maintain the MICU vehicles, equipment and office in a neat and clean manner and conduct equipment inspections and drug, narcotic and syringe inventories and provide appropriate documentation for same. Restock the MICU vehicle with proper equipment, supplies, and drugs after each MICU response. Assure the safety and security of patients at all times and performs a variety of procedures and duties in the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital at Rahway Emergency Department under the direction and supervision of Physician. These functions are the same as the Paramedic is permitted to perform in the pre-hospital setting as outlined by the NJDOH Office of Emergency Medical Services (OEMS) regulation 8:41. Participate in related educational activities and attends monthly departmental and continuing education meetings, comply with the current retraining guidelines as outlined by the State Department of Health, and the NJ Board of Medical Examiners. Assist in the training of Paramedic students and the training and orientation of department volunteer EMTs. Perform other related duties as may be assigned. Meet and maintain competency standards as developed for the position held.
High school degree and completion of NJDHSS EMT and MICP Program. College preferred. Current NJDHSS MICP or Temporary NJDHSS Certification for National Registry Certified Paramedics, BCLS-C (CPR card), ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support), PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support), Valid NJ Driver’s License. Experience and/or skills required six months as a NJ certified paramedic preferred, one year of emergency medical technician experience on a non transport ambulance preferred. Minimum training time three to six months.