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Volunteer Services on East Coast

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Our volunteer dept takes 4 months. You have to make three consecutive meetings ( last Monday of every month) third meeting they vote fourth meeting you're active

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Our volunteer dept takes 4 months. You have to make three consecutive meetings ( last Monday of every month) third meeting they vote fourth meeting you're active

|Do you run ACLS calls?

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I don't personally my scope of practice is BLS. I'm just an EMR as of right now...some of our guys have a higher scope of practice and are able to do more on our calls.

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Well, if you wanna give Virginia a try, West End Volunteer Rescue Squad operates mostly in Richmond city, and runs ACLS. I believe that that every one of their ambulances operates as ALS, but you can check the site for confirmation (http://wevrs.org/). However, still gotta represent for Lakeside Volunteer Rescue Squad ( http://lakesiderescue.org/):We don't run exclusively ALS, but we run it often, in addition to BLS, depending on the call. You couldn't go wrong choosing either squad.

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