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Administrative Coordinator
Application deadline -  close of business November 23, 2018

image2691.gifThe Old Dominion EMS Alliance in Richmond, VA has a full-time opening for an Administrative Coordinator. The Administrative Coordinator oversees the efficient operation of ODEMSA's business office, and the Consolidated Test Site (CTS) Program.  This position reports to the Executive Director and supports other ODEMSA staff as directed.  The Administrative Coordinator is the primary support staff for ODEMSA, and is expected to exercise tact and judgement, while maintaining a friendly, helpful and professional manner.  Candidates must be motivated, resourceful and able to think and work independently and creatively. 

Minimum Certification, Education and Experience Requirements:

Certification as an EMT, and graduation from an accredited high school, supplemented by college, business school or similar work experience.  Proficient in typing, computer use, business mathematics, bookkeeping/accounting, and organizational skills.  Thorough knowledge of, and proficiency in, the operation of small office equipment, to include but not be limited to photocopiers, facsimile machines, postage meters, telephone systems, binders, laminators, and Windows-based computers. Prove proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. Ability to file and retrieve documents, compose and organize reports, type and format correspondence, and handle general and mass mailings, etc. Basic understanding of general bookkeeping, invoicing and bill-paying procedures using accounting software. Ability to follow complex oral and written instructions. Ability to maintain confidentiality of information is mandatory.

(Administrative Coordinator Job Description)

(Apply for Administrative Coordinator).


Application Period Ends:  Close of business November 23, 2018.

 

ODEMSA 2018 Drug Box Inventory Form

This is the new drug box inventory form. Hospitals and agencies should use this form going forward. The move to an electronic form was made for many reasons. Notably, it will alow for greater efficiency with both completing and compiling all the inventories in the region. Additionally, the form will send an automatic receipt for your records to verify you have completed you inventory. Thanks for using to new form and we hope you like it!


Inventory Form

ODEMSA is happy to announce that the 18th Annual Regional Council Awards will be held at Kings Dominon on Sunday, May 20, 2018!

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On November 21, 2016, State Health Commissioner Marissa J. Levine, MD, MPH, FAAFP declared the Virginia opioid addiction crisis a Public Health Emergency. This declaration comes in response to the growing number of overdoses attributed to opioid use, including Carfentanil, a highly dangerous synthetic opioid. In light of the growing number of overdoses in Virginia, Virginia’s first responders are at risk for exposure of opioids in the line of duty. The Virginia Department of Health (VDH) partnered with the University of Kentucky’s Central Appalachian Regional Education and Research Center (CARERC) and the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) to assess the extent of exposure, health effects, and knowledge about protective measures to prevent exposure to opioid drugs among first responders.

 

In collaboration with the University of Kentucky, NIOSH, and local and regional partners, the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) has developed a survey instrument to assess the extent of exposure, health effects, and knowledge about protective measures to prevent exposure to opioid drugs. Participation is voluntary and we are hoping to collect all responses by March 1, 2018. The survey shouldn’t take more than 5-10 minutes and all responses are anonymous.

 

Opioid Exposure Among Virginia First Responders Survey: https://redcap.vdh.virginia.gov/redcap/surveys/?s=HTDCPC3KW7

Fentanyl FAQs: Fentanyl Safety Information for First Responders



ODEMSA has released the 2018 Protocols!  This is a brand new book and as such we recommend you purchase one or utilize the PDF copy on our website. There is a pre-order form for the books in the link below that is accepted electronically. Please be aware this may take a few weeks to process as we will be placing a bulk order at our vendor. A powerpoint has been completed and is posted below with some links to a few additional training.

 

***2018 Protocol Update*** Books are currently in printing. We have been told about a week or two more. Thank you all for your patience!

 

If you have any questions please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 804-560-3300.

Please use the link below to pre-order the ODEMSA protocol books

 

Order Form for ODEMSA Protocol Books

 

Training Video for ODEMSA 2018 Protocols

 

Training Video on Intranasal Medication Admin

 

Training Video on How and Why to use Intranasal Medications

 

Training Video on Stroke Scale VAN




Upcoming Events

Consolidated Testing - Colonial Heights
December 20, 2018 (18:00 - 22:00)
Consolidated Testing - Colonial Heights
January 24, 2019 (18:00 - 22:00)
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The Old Dominion EMS Alliance is one of 11 Regional EMS Councils established within the Code of Virginia, Section 32.1-111.11 to coordinate EMS. Created in 1980, ODEMSA is charged by law "with the development and implementation of an efficient and effective regional emergency medical services delivery system" to include the regional coordination of emergency medical disaster planning and response. It is a corporation under Virginia law and is classified by the Internal Revenue Service as a non-profit group under IRS Code 501 (c) (3). Mission Statement: The Old Dominion Emergency Medical Services Alliance, an integral part of Virginia's Comprehensive Emergency Medical Services System, serves to assess, identify, coordinate, plan and implement an efficient and effective regional EMS delivery system within Planning Districts 13, 14, 15 and 19, in partnership with the Virginia Office of Emergency Medical Services and the Virginia Emergency Medical Services Advisory Board.

 

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