EMS Supervisor

Orlando Dominguez

EMS Supervisor: Principles and Practice provides the new or aspiring EMS officer guidance in confronting common challenges faced by those in EMS managerial leadership roles. As an EMS officer, you will be responsible for operations and administration, and the ability to manage and lead will be critically important.

EMS Supervisor: Principles and Practice offers an introduction to creating and maintaining a successful EMS organization through chapters on managerial leadership, team building, professional communications, quality improvement, customer service, strategic planning, crisis management, and budgeting. Establishing knowledge and authority in these areas is crucial to success as an EMS officer.

The concept of five key business priorities (5 BPs), reinforced in each chapter, underlines the primary considerations for EMS officers taking on new responsibilities:

  • People
  • Strategic objectives
  • Financial management objectives
  • Learning objectives
  • A culture of quality

Additional features highlight managerial leadership tips, examples of management decisions in the business world outside of EMS, and fictional case studies to stimulate discussion of how EMS officers can resolve challenging situations.

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EMS Supervisor: Principles and Practice meets the course outcomes for the National Fire Academy’s Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education (FESHE) Emergency Medical Services Curriculum Management of Emergency Medical Services course. Published in partnership with the National EMS Management Association. Features & Benefits
SpecificationsJones & Bartlett, 2016
6" X 9" softcover
310 pages
ISBN: 978-0-7637-7643-5

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