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Role Overview

Paramedics would complete the following activities within their role*:

  • To deliver a high standard of patient care as a Paramedic within the practice / PCN, working at the top of their clinical scope of practice.
  • As a member of a multi-disciplinary team Paramedics would manage a clinical caseload, deal with patients presenting complaints and needs both in a community or medical practice setting.
  • Assess and treat a range of acute undiagnosed and undifferentiated medical conditions within the practice or community e.g. minor injury and illness, abdominal pains, chest pain, tiredness, headache.
  • Perform specialist health checks, reviews QAF work.
  • Provide clinical leadership within the practice.
  • Mentor and support staff in developing and maintaining clinical skills.

* Depending on level of experience.

Career Pathway

Paramedic Educational and Development Flow Chart

Training Hub Offiers

  • Support to get Paramedic workforce in every PCN in STW.
  • Provide peer support to the Paramedic workforce in STW
  • Provide support and communication to the Paramedic workforce via a WhatsApp group
  • Provide support and communication to the Paramedic  workforce via email distribution list
  • Attend Paramedics in practice to monitor and supervise their FCP progression
  • Provide support and guidance to Paramedics, via the FCP roadmap supervisor network, as they progress onto the FCP register
  • Support Paramedics to progress within their role into advanced clinical practice Paramedics
  • Support to PCN’s recruiting and expanding their Paramedic workforce.
  • Liaise with HEIs to secure student Paramedics placements within STW PCNs

Useful Links

Select here to find out more about the role, including job descriptions, case studies and more: Community Paramedic

Useful Contacts

Philip B. Pover, APP; BSc (Hon’s), PGCE, MSc, MCPara. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Contact us

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