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How to Become a EMT-Paramedic in Vermont - EMT-Paramedic Programs in Vermont

Whenever there is any type of emergency situation, one of the first people who show up on the scene are EMT-Paramedics. It is the EMT-Paramedic who makes sure to get a person safely out of the dangerous situation they are in and then transport them to the hospital emergency room. The EMT-Paramedic will also try to stabilize the patient while they are on their way to the ER so that the patient is likely better able to make it through whatever surgical procedures the doctors will perform. This is an important and valuable job in the healthcare community and one that requires quick thinking and quick analyzation in order to properly determine what treatment methods need to be tried to stabilize the patient in the ambulance.

The residents of Vermont need plenty of EMT-Paramedics. Thankfully, there are several programs all over that provide the training needed for a person wanting to work in this field. There are training programs for EMT-Paramedics at technical schools and community colleges all over Vermont. Some private ambulance companies, which there are many of in the state, also offer EMT-Paramedic training. The EMT-Paramedic training comes in levels, with the highest level you can achieve is being an actual paramedic. Once you complete one level of training, you become certified and you begin working as an EMT-Paramedic. Then, you continue your education and keep getting new certifications so that you can do more things in the field.

Even though this is an important job in the healthcare community, it is not a job that one does for the pay. You can expect to make around $14 an hour, depending on where you work. Of course, some EMT-Paramedics do not just work for one facility or company. A lot of them find work with hospitals and then also work part-time for a private ambulance company. It just depends on their schedule and how much money they need to make.

It is important to realize that being an EMT-Paramedic is not a career for everyone. You need to be very quick on your feet and you need to be able to accurately judge a situation to see what the best method is for extraction and/or treatment while the patient is on their way to the hospital. It is not a career for those who do not handle stress well or get stressed out too easily. But, it is a very rewarding career that is enjoyed by all who work in the field.


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