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Michele Logue
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  • Hamel, IL
  • United States
  • Paramedic/EMT-I/EMT-D,…
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Michele Logue replied to Allen Billiot's discussion Paramedics working in ER
"While working in Georgia it was not unusual for a medic to pick up a shift at the MCCG in Macon. It was good overtime and the learning experience was outstanding in both directions. We worked well with the nurses, ER docs and Trauma team. I believe…"
Oct 29, 2013
Warren E. Shaulis replied to Michele Logue's discussion Transmitting 12 Lead EKG with the use of ATT phone service and Zoll monitors in the group EMS in the Rural Setting
"Just another point regarding transmission of 12 leads. It does not necessarily have to do with "trust" by a medical director. In several midwestern states, the AHA program "Mission:Lifeline" is being fully implemented and…"
Jun 22, 2013
Pascal Hay replied to Michele Logue's discussion Transmitting 12 Lead EKG with the use of ATT phone service and Zoll monitors in the group EMS in the Rural Setting
"We are using Verizon mifi and a program with Physio control that is compatible with our Life-Paks and goes through our computers.  We did not go to AT&T because the Verizon had a better coverage area here.  My suggestion for you is to…"
Jul 10, 2012
Thrawn replied to Michele Logue's discussion Transmitting 12 Lead EKG with the use of ATT phone service and Zoll monitors in the group EMS in the Rural Setting
"Why does everyone make this so hard?   Do you, your partner, your patient, or your patient's family have a cell phone?   If the answer is yes, then take a picture of the EKG. Send it to an e-mail address. You can do this just…"
Nov 3, 2011
Larry Davis commented on Michele Logue's photo
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First Ambulance

"OMG! I began my EMS career in a Dodge ambulance identical to this. It would take 5 minutes to get it out of the station because it stalled every time we put it in gear. Zero to 60 in ten minutes (if we were going down hill)."
Oct 10, 2010
Todd Mills replied to Michele Logue's discussion Transmitting 12 Lead EKG with the use of ATT phone service and Zoll monitors in the group EMS in the Rural Setting
"We use LP 12's with Bell cell phones but we ran into the same problem so now our LP 12's can be hooked into a regular phone line with a telephone cable if we have no cell coverage and if all else fails find some one with a fax machine and…"
Feb 19, 2010
Michele Logue replied to Michele Logue's discussion Transmitting 12 Lead EKG with the use of ATT phone service and Zoll monitors in the group EMS in the Rural Setting
"Our MD has for years trusted our compentcy in the 12 lead now all of a sudden they want to be able for us to send it to the ER Via Blue Tooth. Some are transmitting with Verizon Blur Tooth adapter but our coverage area is horrible so we were forced…"
Jan 4, 2010
Dave Springer replied to Michele Logue's discussion Transmitting 12 Lead EKG with the use of ATT phone service and Zoll monitors in the group EMS in the Rural Setting
"Hi Michele, You really DON'T want to transmit EKGs over the air for any number of reasons. IF crews are competent, and IF your medical director trust you there is no reason to be sending EKGs. If either of the above are not true you should not…"
Jan 3, 2010
Michele Logue added a discussion to the group EMS in the Rural Setting
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Transmitting 12 Lead EKG with the use of ATT phone service and Zoll monitors

Can any one suggest a means of transmitting 12 leads via the AT&T phone service. WE have Samrt phones with fax capabilities and can not figure out houw to do this. We have to use 1AT&T because of the coverage in our area. We have the blue tooth conncetor from Zoll but it will not accept our phone. Help.
Jan 3, 2010
Michele Logue replied to Matthew Wagner's discussion Power Cots in the group EMS in the Rural Setting
"Our service recently purchased the Ferno Power Flex. It is great for nursing home transfers and first flow easy access to patients but to have to carry the stretcher or lift up or down stairs, it's plain dam heavy. Add a good 50-75lbs onto the…"
Jan 3, 2010
Michele Logue's album was featured
Sep 22, 2009
Michele Logue replied to Jon P. Cloutier's discussion In-service Training Tools in the group EMS Instructors
"I totally agree hands-on trainng is great and you were really right on with the wat you handled the E-z Glide chair. We just put one in service works great and is totally awesome in tight quarters. Also the new hydraulic/electric stretcher sure…"
Sep 18, 2009
Michele Logue replied to Jerry's discussion Anybody Else Find Something WRONG Here?
"Are you saying that if you don't have a college "DEGREE" you are not professional? Because you are so wrong if that is your intent. Illinois is just now going to where a college education wil be required to become a EMT or a paramedc,…"
Sep 17, 2009
Michele Logue posted photos
Sep 17, 2009
Michele Logue is now friends with Kathy Kimble and David Wilson
Sep 17, 2009

Profile Information

Employer/Affiliation
Paramedic/EMT-I/EMT-D, Firefighter/Paramedic, Instructor/Educator, Administrator
Primary Agency/Department Type
Municipal Agency
Primary Department/Agency Name
Alhambra/Hamel Fire Dist EMS
Years in EMS/Public Safety
32
Other Past or Current Departments
Mt. Olive Area Ambulance 1979-1982
Alhambra/Hamel Fire Dist EMS 1982 to 1986
General Ambulance, Atlanta, Ga 1086=1987
Med Ctr of Central Ga., Macon G 1987-1992
Alhambra/Hamel Fire Dist EMS 1992 till present
My Training:
Obtained paramedic in Macon, 1989 thru MCCG, ACLS Ubst. & Provider, ITLS, INst. & Provider, AHA BLS Inst., Trained in CISM Basic and Advance. Member of team out of Belleville, Il and Member Nat;l CISD org, Farm Rescue Tech, Vehicle Rescue Tech, Pepp Provider, Ill State & Nat;l Instructor
About Me
I'm from old sxhool and have been very fortunate to have worked both rural and urban EMS Obtained a substanial amount of knpwledge and skill thru The Med at Macon, Ga, I saw things I;d never see in our rural hospitals and care for victims of crime on a daily bases, I owe alot to those Medics At Macon and can never replace what I received there. But my heart is home in Hamel ans with Anderson EMS System , the quidance of Dr, Cruz and Eric Brandmeyer
Day Job
EMS, management, and educationI
I Love Being in EMS Because
I czn help others when they are at their most vulnerable time and hopefully have a good outcomeAlso it is very fullfilling to see EMT=Basics whom have become paramedics and are great at thei job, It makes me proud to hav e been part of their education and career.
Relationship Status
Married

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At 9:20am on August 8, 2009, sonia johnson said…
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Hello dear,
Greetings to you,My name is Sonia a young girl, i view your profile today at www.connect.jems.com and i love it. i decide to communicate with you and it will please me if you will be my friend, i wish if you will respond to my mail box so that i will give you my picture and tell you more about my self, i hope to hear from you.
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At 1:26pm on July 11, 2009, Kathy Kimble said…
Hey Michele! I see that you worked at MCCG. I did too but I came on right after you left. We probably still know some of the same people though. I still know some people that work there. I am in OH now. How did you wind up in IL? Let me hear from you when you get a chance. Take care!
At 1:28am on May 6, 2009, Michele Logue said…
If it wasn't for stupidity, we wouldn't have a job let's face it 50% of our runs are preventable and just palin dumb. Education could have prevented some of them.
 
 
 
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