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AEMT PRN-Pediatric NICU/PICU Transport
Description Advanced EMT-PRN NICU/Pediatric Transport 2010182 Your Role: Provides appropriate, efficient and timely intra facility transport and providing the necessary basic life support care of the sick and injured neonatal, pediatric, and adult patients in accordance with hospital policies, local, state, and national standards of practice. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Operates Vanderbilt Licensed ambulances while responding to emergent and non-emergent transports. Administers prompt and efficient basic life support care within the limits of licensure or certification. Conducts regular unit inventory


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Working globally to ensure that people who are deaf and hard of hearing can hear and talk. 

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