Emergency Medical Technician Case Study

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Yes, I would like to still be considered for one the Emergency Medical Technician 2 (EMT-2) positions. I fully understand if I am selected for one the full time emergency medical technician 2 (EMT-2) positions, I will be expected to operate at the level in which I was hired for even I decide to purse an advanced level of care training such as emergency medical technician 3 (EMT-3), in the future. I understand there is no guarantee of an upgrade or advancement. Question # 3 Core Values are more then minimal acceptable standards established by an organization. Core Values are character expectations, and professional conduct placed upon an emergency medical technician to ensure a climate of ethical commitment and accountability is maintained,…show more content…
These traits are expected from those working as a professional emergency medical technician, or any professional in public safety. Integrity is the willingness to do what is right at all times, even when no one is looking. It is the inner voice that dictates self-control, and provides a basis of ones moral compass. The professional emergency medical technician must exhibit integrity through moral courage and ability to do the right thing all the time, even if the personal cost is high. Ensuring we maintain honesty is paramount because our word is our bond. We do not lie, cheat, or steal. We do not misrepresent ourselves to the public, or our teammates. We take responsibility for our actions at all costs, and maintain the highest ethical standards. An emergency medical technician is expected to be professional at all times in attempts not to bring discredit upon him/her, or the organization in which they represent. As emergency medical technicians we are expected to provide exceptional customer service through professional attitudes, behaviors, and performances because our customers are an integral part of our business. Our customer services success is ultimately tired to our performance in providing caring service in both quality, and
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