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Debbie Thomas and Ben Gauser – Paramedics. 65 th and Mission Fire Station 1133 Dalton Gomez. Educational and Background. Ben Gauser went to the University of Missouri for one year before realizing that a University did not suit his desires, so he began taking Paramedic classes at JCCC.

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Debbie thomas and ben gauser paramedics

Debbie Thomas and Ben Gauser – Paramedics

65th and Mission Fire Station 1133

Dalton Gomez


Educational and background

Educational and Background

  • Ben Gauser went to the University of Missouri for one year before realizing that a University did not suit his desires, so he began taking Paramedic classes at JCCC.


Job requirements

Job Requirements

  • be at least 18 years of age

  • provide evidence of high school diploma, or equivalent

  • provide evidence of certification as a Kansas Mobile Intensive Care Technician (Paramedic) or be registered as an EMT-Paramedic by the National Registry of EMTs.

  • provide evidence of a valid driver's license and a safe driving record

  • have no psychological or physical impairments that would prevent completion of duties listed in job description


Job trends etc

Job Trends etc.

  • As a paramedic you have ranks that you can acquire while work for Med Act. The higher you move up the you get paid. Another position you can train for while being a paramedic is Battalion Chief which oversees a whole district.

  • 24 hour shifts: 1 day on, 1 day off, for 3 working shifts; then 4 days off; every 6th work day is a 12 hour shift.


Job benefits

Job Benefits

  • Vacation: 5 days/year for 24 hour personnel, beginning after 6 months of employment, higher vacation rates apply after 5 and 10 years of service.

  • Sick Leave: 5.5days/year for 24 hour personnel.

  • Flexible Benefit Plan: $50.00/month non-taxable allocation toward health/dental insurance, deferred compensation, dependent and/or medical reimbursement bank.

  • Paid Holidays: All personnel receive 9 official holidays and 2-3 additional floating holidays. Holidays worked are compensated at double time. Holidays not worked are compensated with a maximum of 5 days comp time.

  • Uniforms: Provided by the department initially and annual replacement allowance thereafter.

  • Life Insurance: Policy equal to 50% of yearly salary provided by County. Additional amounts available by payroll deduction.

  • Retirement: Kansas Police and Fire Retirement System with additional contributions to 457 matched by County up to 3.0% of salary.


Medication box

Medication Box

  • The medication box contains a large array of common medications and tools to help aid in any situation, including IV’s bandages, and many other useful tools and medications.


Portable oxygen system

Portable Oxygen System

  • This is used if while in the field someone needs to be on oxygen and cannot make it to the hospital without it.


Emt monitor

EMT Monitor

This is used if a patient’s vitals need to be closely monitored while on the way to the hospital


The end i ejoyed my ride it was interesting bye

THE END!I EJOYED MY RIDE.IT WAS INTERESTINGBYE!


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