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Update 6-17-19

EMS Consultant Group acquired for script review for prehospital care management for upcoming films

Thank you and stay safe out there.

Sincerely,

Jordan B. Barnett, MD, MBA, FACEP, FAAEM

Eric A. Rosen NR/CCEMT-P, FP-C
EMS Consultant Group
93 Old York Road
Suite 1-555
Jenkintown, PA 19046
 

Update 12-12-16

EMS Consultant Group assisting Washoe County Nevada with development of Unified EMS protocol development

Thank you and stay safe out there.

Sincerely,

Jordan B. Barnett, MD, MBA, FACEP, FAAEM

Eric A. Rosen NR/CCEMT-P, FP-C
EMS Consultant Group
93 Old York Road
Suite 1-555
Jenkintown, PA 19046
 
 

Update 3-4-14

Philadelphia area blocked from New Ambulance Enrollment to cut back on fraud

Full story at Phila.area blocked from new Medicare ambulance enrollment

Thank you and stay safe out there.

Sincerely,

Jordan B. Barnett, MD,MBA, FACEP, FAAEM

Eric A. Rosen NR/CCEMT-P, FP-C
EMS Consultant Group
93 Old York Road
Suite 1-555
Jenkintown, PA 19046
 
 

Update 2-23-14

Delanco cop and Evesham EMT honored with 200 Club awards

Full story at Delanco police officer and Evesham EMT honored

Thank you and stay safe out there.

Sincerely,

Jordan B. Barnett, MD, MBA, FACEP, FAAEM

Eric A. Rosen NR/CCEMT-P, FP-C
EMS Consultant Group
93 Old York Road
Suite 1-555
Jenkintown, PA 19046
 
 

Update 5-20-13

EMS Week represents a period of time to reflect on the significant contributions made by EMS providers to the wellbeing of countless Americans.

EMS Consultant Group wishes all health care workers in the 911 community “Thank you!”, for your dedication, commitment, and hard work!

Thank you and stay safe out there.

Sincerely,

Jordan B. Barnett, MD, MBA, FACEP, FAAEM

Eric A. Rosen NR/CCEMT-P, FP-C
EMS Consultant Group
93 Old York Road
Suite 1-555
Jenkintown, PA 19046
 
 

Update 4-24-13

EMS Consultant Group will be hosting its quarterly education  on July 14th at 08:00.  We will again be meeting at Penndel Middetown Emergency Squad, which is located at 616 East Lincoln Highway in Langhorne. All EMT’s and paramedics at squads affiliated with our company are welcome to attend.   Con-Ed will be applied for. Topics for education currently being formulated and will be posted shortly.

If you are a manager please RSVP with the number attending and their certification level.

If you are an Art if Life employee please respond to Eric Rosen directly

Thank you and stay safe out there.

93 Old York Road
Suite 1-555
Jenkintown, PA 19046

 

Update 2-8-13

EMS Consultant Group will be hosting its 1st quarter 2013 education day on April 20 at 08:00.  We will again be meeting at Penndel Middetown Emergency Squad, which is located at 616 East Lincoln Highway in Langhorne. All EMT’s and paramedics at squads affiliated with our company are welcome to attend.   Con-Ed will be applied for. The BLS lecture will be on Tasers Injuries, and will be presented by Dr. Barnett.  This is a timely topic, as New Jersey is currently deploying the use of this tool amongst it’s police    Mr Rosen will be lecturing on Vasosctive medications for interfacility transport.

If you are a manager please RSVP with the number attending and their certification level.

If you are an Art if Life employee please respond to Eric Rosen directly

Thank you and stay safe out there.

Eric A. Rosen NR/CCEMT-P, FP-CEMS Consultant Group

93 Old York Road
Suite 1-555
Jenkintown, PA 19046

 

Update 2-6-13

Good Afternoon;

EMS Consultant group participated in discussions today with the potential strike client.  During this conversation the client stated that while they still feel a strike is likely, they would prefer not to commit to relief labor at this time.  The client was advised that adequate notice is required to provide appropriate man power for such an event and they appear to understand the risks of not committing at this time.  As such, we are standing down from our state of readiness.

First, I’d like to thank all of the EMT’s and Paramedics who responded to this request for service.  Confronting our fellow EMS workers on labor issues is a brave move in anyone’s book.  The other side of the coin is that the community in question needs the service to exist. I’d like to think that it’s this desire to serve that drives the best of us to do what we do.  My sincere “Thank You.”

Second; unless anyone has an objection, there is still a possibility that this or another service will request labor relief.  We will maintain the email list we compiled and notify everyone if service is requested from this or a similar client in the future.  Please feel free to refer providers interested in this type of short term assignment.  If anyone cares to check in from time to time, that would be fine as well.  Use the email Management@emsconsultantgroup.com.

Again, thank you for your continued support and be safe out there.

Sincerely;

Eric A. Rosen NR/CCEMT-P, FP-CEMS Consultant Group
93 Old York Road
Suite 1-555
Jenkintown, PA 19046
 

Update 2-3-13

EMS Consultant Group  is compiling a list of EMT’s, paramedics and critical care paramedics, who would be willing to relocate for short term assignments in the Eastern United States to provide labor support for a large EMS system during a coordinated work stoppage (strike).

Providers must have the following:

1)  Current or very recent 911 experience.

2)  Valid certification at their reported level of training.

3)  Valid nationally accepted professional level CPR.

4)  Advanced providers must have valid nationally accepted ACLS and a pediatric credential.

5)  A clean criminal and child abuse history, a clean medical command record and no record of discipline on their state or national credentialing record.

6)   National Registry certification is preferred.

7)   EVOC or equivalent emergency vehicle operators training and a clean driving record are required.

In the event of activation accepted providers would be relocated at the expense of the company and provided housing and a meal allowance.  Assignments are one (1) week in duration, shifts are twelve (12) hours in length and are overtime eligible.  Malpractice insurance is provided.  Providers may review for additional one week assignments if the labor stoppage persists.  Providers accepted for a one week assignment will receive a minimum of one weeks pay if the assignment is terminated early due to termination of the labor stoppage.  Salary is not yet finalized but providers can expect at approximately 150% of the average pay rate in their area or origin.

Interested parties should send an email with their contact information to management@emsconsultantgroup.com Please put “Strike Relief” as the subject.  Include your name, contact information and certification level.  Resumes may be sent as well and will be required at a future date.

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