Category Archives: rescues

New Jersey’s Two Tier ALS System. Time to Advance?

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I had missed dinner and was heading in for my first of three night shifts. I made excellent time on the highway, and pulled into a local strip mall just several blocks from the hospital to grab a bite to eat before tackling my shift. Off along the curb a quarter mile back along the […]

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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