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Here is a list of the most commonly asked questions and their answers.
ANSWERS TO: MOST COMMON QUESTIONS
We appreciate your interest in vacancies with Grady Health System. All applications are submitted electronically. You can apply anytime through our web site from any computer. We do not accept resumes via e-mail or fax.
EMS ride alongs are basically a chance for EMT, medical and nursing students to ride along in an Ambulance and observe how paramedics treat and manage patients in their unique hospital-based care environment, which is very different from providing the same medical care in a hospital.
Because there are issues regarding patient confidentiality, observer safety and legitimacy of a “random” person being allowed into complete strangers homes during medical emergencies, Grady EMS will not allow you to participate in an Ambulance Ride Along unless it is part of your training or new employee orientation.
Please contact Event EMS at (404) 809-1253 or via email at email@example.com to request Grady EMS support.
Current team consists of 12-14 members. Each member has completed training based on International Police/EMS Mountain Bike Association and Georgia traffic laws as relates to Bicycles.
All EMS billing is handled by a third party. If you have questions about your bill, please call (888) 214-6317, Monday through Friday during the hours of 8 am to 5 pm.
Grady EMS provides contracted ambulance services for BLS, ALS, Critical Care, wheelchair, and ambulatory transports. Contact Wayne Priester, District Manager at (404) 616-4207 to become a contracted hospital or facility or for a quote. See the Schedule a Transport link for more information.
ANSWERS TO: MOST COMMON QUESTIONS EMS ACADEMY QUESTIONS
The AEMT has a greater level of knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology than the EMT and are able to administer medications (IV therapy, Epi, Narcan, Aspirin, Nitroglycerin, Glucagon, D50 and Albuterol) and perform some advanced level skills similar to paramedics.
The Paramedic has advanced learning in anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology acquired through a dedicated course of study. Paramedics are able to perform many advanced level skills (needle cricothyrotomy, needle chest decompression, endotracheal intubation, application of tourniquet, 12-lead EKG interpretation, cardioversion, sedation, pain medication management, a number of other emergency lifesaving medications, etc.). Paramedics have advanced education in assessment, treatment, and diagnosis of emergency medical conditions and traumatic injuries.
Classes are located at the Training & Education Center located at: 2284 Marietta Blvd NW. Atlanta, GA 30318. We are just inside the I-285 Perimeter from South Atlanta Rd, or Bolton Rd; we are west of I-75 from Moores Mill Rd; and 15 minutes from Grady Hospital. For more information on upcoming classes, visit https://www.grady-ems.org/upcoming-classes/.
Grady Health System – 80 Jesse Hill Jr Dr. SE, Atlanta 30303 (ALL Students)
Southern Regional- 11 Upper Riverdale Rd Riverdale, GA 30274 (Paramedic Students Only)
Gwinnett Medical Center-1000 Medical Center Boulevard Lawrenceville, GA 30046 (Paramedic Students Only)
Timing varies depending on the clinical site and the program course. Most clinical rotations are day shift but night shift clinical rotations are available.
745 Memorial Drive SE Atlanta, Georgia 30316
The TEAS V for Allied Health exam measures basic essential skills in the academic areas of Reading (48 questions), Mathematics (34 questions), Science (54 questions), and English and language usage (34 questions). The TEAS V for Allied Health exam is required for:
- EMT Program
- AEMT Program
- Paramedic Program
About the TEAS V for Allied Health
Candidates must have first applied online at grady-ems.org/academy. Then candidates must send their preferred date/time for exam to firstname.lastname@example.org and include testing date , name, and phone number to see if their desired date is available as only 10 people per day are allowed to test.
Candidates must create an online account at www.atitesting.com prior to their exam date. Candidates can find more information and practice exams online at the ATI website – the fee is $58 and must be paid on the day of the exam with a credit or debit card – cash and checks are NOT accepted.
Candidates must arrive at testing location (2284 Marietta Blvd NW Atlanta, GA 30318) by 10 AM on the testing date so testing can begin at 10:15 AM.The exam lasts approximately 4 hours. Latecomers may be allowed to retest on another day depending on availability. Applicants must receive a cumulative score of 60% or higher to be eligible for enrollment in our program. Prior college experience, completed degrees, or prior certification does not allow you to exempt the entrance exam, all new students must take it.
UPCOMING TEAS V ENTRANCE EXAM TESTING DATES:
- January: 10, 11, 15, 16, 17, 18, 24
- February: 5, 6, 20, 22, 26, 27
- March: 5, 6, 7, 8
- The exam fee is $58.00 payable at time of exam
- Textbooks, notebooks, paper, calculators, and children are not allowed in the testing lab
- Scratch paper and pencil is provided and will be collected
- Students may retest after 24 hours
- The exam is given at 2284 Marietta Blvd NW Atlanta, GA 30318
- Students can locate study materials through www.atitesting.com
- Photo ID
- Credit card, Debit card or Pre-paid card for $55 fee
Obtaining TEAS V for Allied Health Scores
- Results are available and provided immediately after the exam by the proctor
- To purchase additional score results please visit www.atitesting.com
Note: Scores will remain valid for students who successfully passed the HOBET exam and will not be required to sit for the TEAS for Allied Health. HOBET scores will be valid for 5 years.
For specific licensure questions visit http://dph.georgia.gov/EMS
For questions about the National Registry exam visit http://www.nremt.org/