Category Archives: command-leadership

A Tale of Two, Two Tiers

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Disclaimer:  I appologize for the format of the text as this is one of my first blog entires with this interface, and for some reason it and Word didn't want to play nicely.  I tried to fix it up best I can.  Future posts will not have this problem. It’s interesting that Dr. Barnett picked a […]

Time for Intelligence in Implementing EMS

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During the recent snowstorm, the governor of New Jersey declared a state of Emergency closing all roads to nonemergency vehicles. As luck would have it, I was on shift at one of the hospitals where I work.

EMS After 911: The State of Prehospital Care

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It seems as if the overall system for Emergency Medical Care is in need of reinvention. A centrally controlled scene command, an assurance of minimal skill and proficiency for EMTs and first responders, and an ability of hospitals to have a built in cushion to absorb patients, are all core components of an effective disaster preparedness system. This reinvention must be realized on a state or regional level. Failure to address these issues could prove disastrous in the future if such circumstances ever reoccurred

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Jordan Barnett

Jordan Barnett, MD, is an Emergency Medicine Physician in the Philadelphia Suburban Region. He has previously worked as a volunteer firefighter, was a member of New York City EMS, and provides Medical Command for several ALS Ambulance Services. Dr Barnett provides EMS consultation services. Additionally, he is actively involved with EMS education.

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