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Jason Beal
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  • Waynesburg, PA
  • United States
  • Paramedic/EMT-I/EMT-D, EMT-B,…
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Paramedic/EMT-I/EMT-D, EMT-B, Firefighter/Paramedic, Instructor/Educator, Administrator, Other EMS
Primary Agency/Department Type
Private EMS, Non-Profit
Primary Department/Agency Name
Stat Medevac
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Years in EMS/Public Safety
My Training:
Pa-Paramedic, OH-Paramedic, NY-Paramedic, NREMT-P, CCEMT-P, EMS-Instructor, VFIS EVOC intstructor, CPR/ First aid instructor, Federal Drug and alcohol collector and tester
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I am A Critical Care Flight Paramedic for a large areomedical service in southwestern Pa. Have been in EMS for 10+ years and have held numerous position from Supervisor to Director. Have been in EMS education for 6 years.
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Flight Paramedic
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It a health care field that is still young and is changing for the better everyday.
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We demand more respect!!!

As an active EMS provider in both ground and air transports, I deal with a lot of different EMT and Paramedics from different services and this allows me the opportunity to listen in on different conversations, be apart of different debates and hear different ideas and views from the crew members. One particular topic that always gets to me is when I hear providers say we don’t get the respect we deserve from nurses and doctors in the hospital. Yes...believe me, I know first hand that this is… Continue

Posted on January 28, 2009 at 1:04am — 13 Comments

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At 9:32pm on September 19, 2009, Ken Roberts said…

Just wanted to let you know that I did get through the interview and I am now employed by STAT up at MedEvac 9. Thanks for the tips.
At 11:05pm on February 12, 2009, Ken Roberts said…
I had my interview and your post does make alot of sense and also helped me out a good bit. My interview oral portion lasted two hours which I'm told by a friend of mine is a good thing. They also asked alot of questions as to wether or not I would be able to get time off for my orientation as a casual status employee. I finished the written test in an hour as i was instructed to do and only had to leave one question blank. I hope I get the call now! Thank you.
At 10:12am on February 1, 2009, Ken Roberts said…
Thank you for the advice and I will reread this after my interview. Thanks again.
At 9:43am on January 28, 2009, Ken Roberts said…

I replied to your post about respect and I see that you work for StatMedevac. My past partner Michael Hulsizer just started in the clarion, PA area as a casual flight medic with them. I now have an interview coming up on 2-12-09 with Tom Liebman and was wondering if you had any pointers for the interview other than ofcourse a suit and tie and be on time. Thanks.
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