CBEMT Posted June 17, 2007 Share Posted June 17, 2007 If faced with that 'sight', I would do My best to get all the information I could (without putting the crew in a position of violating HIPAA rules), then turned them in to the County Medical Control Board, as well as the State Licensing Division! After they pulled in, the crew went into the ER, brought out a stretcher, put a backboard on it from the EMS equipment area, and had the first patient hop on, then wheeled him in. Repeated 5 times. That way all patients arrived in the ER "on a board," and was documented as such. :roll: Classic Urban Union Fire Department in a state where nobody's paying attention. DOH doesn't have the cajones to take them on anyway. The Advisory Board also has I believe 3 union-appointed members, required by law (unions own the state legistlature, don'tcha know). Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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