I don't see why you can't become a chief in the future if that's what you want. So, what is my management style. I think that the biggest obstacle most of us face is communicating effectively. So,…"
"Hello mam just want ask somethigs form the expert is it hard to be EMS chief ? what was you way of managing EMS personnel. by the way im franc Decena of Amity Volunteer Fire Brigade - Emergency Medical Services, Philippines
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Amity Volunteer Fire Brigade - Emergency Medical Services
Years in EMS/Public Safety
Other Past or Current Departments
Mohammad Almojil Group - Medical Services Department - EMT
Amity Volunteer Fire Brigade - Emergency Medical Services - EMT/ Ambulance Nurse
Nurse Trainee Corazon Locsin Montelibano Memorial REgional Hospita - Floor 1 2008
First Aid and BLS Training by Philippine National Red Cross
Medical First Aid Training By Amity Volunteer Fire Brigade
Emergency Medical Technicain - Basic by Amity Volunteer Fire Brigade
BLS with AED for health care Provider By American Heart Association and Philippine Heart Association; Amity & APSA training for Instructors (TFI)
Basic Life Support (BLS) training by Saudi Heart Association
I am Francisco N. Decena, a volunteer EMT of Amity Volunteer Fire Brigade with call sign 972. I'm also a registered nurse.
Currently working at MMG Medical Services Department, KSA as Paramedic EMT
I Love Being in EMS Because
I can use my knowlwdge skills and attitude learned in a action and helping people.
I don't see why you can't become a chief in the future if that's what you want. So, what is my management style. I think that the biggest obstacle most of us face is communicating effectively. So, when I would speak with personnel, I would tell them exactly what I needed them to do, when I needed it done by and the consequences of not having it completed as expected. I also expected them to tell me what obstacles they faced to complete the task as requested. If I could help remove those obstacles I would. If I couldn't, I would reassess the objective and modify it as needed. So, effective communication is important. All parties need to listen to each other and be willing to work together. Hope this answered your question.
As promised I have posted a patch to you today. Our sevice has two stations and our staff work from both. Our main station (& our hospital) is in Masterton, about 100kms north-east of our capital city of Wellington. This is also where I live. Our other station is in a small town called Greytown which also used to have a hospital, but it was closed down many years ago. Greytown is around 25kms south of Masterton. The Greytown ambulance covers a huge area with long driving times and bad communications but is a quiet station to work from. If you look at http://www.111emergency.co.nz/MAP.htm you can see a map of our country with the areas covered by our ambulance services.