People’s lives often depend on the quick reaction and care of trained emergency medical professionals like paramedics and emergency medical technicians. Incidents like car accidents, heart attacks, strokes, and gunshot wounds all require immediate medical attention. These professionals care for and transport the sick and injured until they reach a medical facility.
At Mobile Medical Response in Lansing, MI, our professional team provides pre-hospital care and medical transportation using basic, advanced, and critical care ambulances. This article will explain what mobile response technicians are and the types of pre-hospital care we provide to seventeen counties throughout Michigan.
What are emergency medical technicians?
Medical response technicians are a crucial part of the health care environment. They provide immediate, out-of-hospital care to patients. They administer a range of services before a patient arrives at a medical facility, which we will discuss in further detail below. Additionally, they may also assist higher-level personnel at the scene of an emergency or accident and provide vital support during the transportation of patients.
Our medical response technicians generally work in teams, with one person driving the vehicle while the other administers life-saving emergency care. Technicians conduct fundamental interventions with the same equipment typically found in an ambulance.
Further, medical response technicians are the indispensable link between a patient and a medical facility. Without emergency medical responders, there would be fewer lives saved. Our technicians are on the front line of healthcare, handling a wide variety of situations.
If you have questions about what our medical response technicians and emergency personnel do and why it is an excellent vocational option, at Mobile Medical Response, we have the answers. We can not wait to help you and put you on your new and fulfilling career path.
What pre-hospital care do our teams provide?
Our medical response technicians provide emergency medical care to those in critical condition. This could involve people who were in recent car accidents, had a heart attack, or are currently in labor. The scope of our technician’s responsibilities depends on where they work within our non-profit organization. Most are responsible for emergency treatment and transportation, while others may help paramedics, nurses, physicians, and other life