EMT Resume Example

EMT Resume Sample

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Certified and educated EMT, dedicated member of emergency response teams delivering fast, quality care during medical emergencies, accidents, fires, natural disasters and other crisis scenarios. Have a big hands-on medical experience in high energy on-call environments. Skilled in assessment and vehicle operation.


Walden University

B.S. in Health Studies – Disaster & Emergency Management

  • Attended from 2016 to 2020
  • Graduated with Honors
  • Vice President of the Student Government, 2020


  • CPR-BLS for “Healthcare Provider” credential
  • Long Bone Immobilization
  • Joint Immobilization
  • Spinal Immobilization Seated Patient
  • Bleeding Control Shock Management
  • Pediatric Intraosseous Infusion
  • Cardiac Arrest Management
  • Patient Assessment – Medical



Mosqueton Clinic | Oct 2019 – present

  • Created a patient care report, documenting the medical care given to the patient at the scene and enroute to the hospital
  • Responded to emergent and non-emergent calls for emergency medical assistance, ranging from bandaging a wound to life-saving cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
  • Used backboards and restraints to immobilize patients and secure them in the ambulance for transport


Cumberland Healthcaree | Dec 2018 – Oct 2019

  • Provided a high standard of patient care in both the emergent and non-emergent settings
  • Assisted in lifting and carrying the patient out of the ambulance and into the receiving medical facility
  • Determined the nature and extent of illness or injury and established priority for required care
  • Completed electronic patient care records in a timely and complete fashion


National Average

Salary $32,410 – $40,210
Bonus $232- $7k
Profit Sharing $934- $2k
Commission $0 – $3k
Total Pay $34k – $50k

***Data are taken from payscale.com

Good Skills to Include on EMT Resume

  1. Dynamic Cardiology
  2. Static Cardiology
  3. Oral Station
  4. Oral Stations Template


Resume Action Words for EMT

Motivated Represented Rehabilitated Guided
Cared Diagnosed Documented Collaborated
Helped Influenced Aided Advocated
Charged Distributed Evaluated Consoled


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