State of Nevada Emergency Medical Services Office certifies Community Paramedics. In order to obtain Community Paramedic certification, an individual must:
- Be currently certified as a paramedic and have two years of full–time service as a paramedic or it’s part-time equivalent AND
- Successfully complete a community paramedic education program through an accredited college or university; AND
- Practice under the supervision of a community paramedic medical director AND
§ Complete mandatory annual trainings AND
§ Must maintain a valid Nevada driver’s license AND
§ Per NRS 449 and NRS 200.5091, successful applicant(s) must pass required state and federal background checks.
- To maintain certification, the Community Paramedic must complete 12 hours continuing education in clinical topics approved by the community paramedic medical director.
Please visit www.mtgrantgenhospital.org to download an application and job description. Application and job description may also be picked up and returned to the main Switchboard or mail to: Mt. Grant General Hospital, ATTN: Jonalee Roberts, P.O. Box 1510, Hawthorne, NV 89415. Equal Opportunity Employer.
Position open until filled.