And after a read-through, jeez I feel over my head.
Just some examples that they have that ALL their Paramedics can / are expected to do;
Needle AND surgical crichs
LMAs for their Paramedics
Oral and nasal gastric tube placement
BiPAP and CPAP
Foley catheter placement.... in the field.
(Critical Care medics also have escharotomies and pericardiocentesis)
The average Paramedic also has the following drugs on their truck (beyond the norm)
Acetominophen for fever AND mild pain
Vasotec for CHF
Etomidate (obvious due to RSI)
Pepcid for allergic reactions
Rocuronium (again, RSI)
Tetracaine (for pepper spray)
So, needless to say, I feel out of my league here. I know they'll cover it in the 3-week long orientation + 1-2 months of FTO, but it still feels like a lot.
Oh well, all that's left is to wait for my references to be contacted and hopefully I get the job offer soon.