How many ambulance drivers in Auckland?
Answer . It depends on the hiring agency/company. For a private ambulancecompany you would need a minimum of a state EMT licence, which couldtake a few months or less to earn by passing an exam, plus a gooddriving record, and passing a physical exam.
Auckland (AKL) to Honolulu, HI (HNL) . Shortest Flight Duration 8 hours 45 mins .
Because the city of Auckland lies on a volcano field. because NZ is sitting on two plates, Australian and pacific. And when they collided, mountains have been made.
The average annual income for an ambulance driver in the UnitedStates is $26,000. In Chicago, Illinois, the average annual incomefor an ambulance driver is $31,000.
The Auckland urban area is made up of four city council areas - Auckland City, Waitakere City, Manukau City, and North Shore City. It also covers parts of Papakura District, Franklin District, and Rodney District.
Auckland is the most visited city in New Zealand. The exact numberor people visiting Auckland is unknown but statistics show thathotels in Auckland had 6.26 million guest nights.
Total Estimated Distance: 1302 km. The theoretical air distance (great circle distance) is 11, 336 kilometres.
Pay depends on where you work. West coast is the highest average pay, an EMT-Basic is usually the person driving and can start around 25,000/year on average. When you get experience and addon training, some places will pay them upwards of $40,000. When you get to the paramedic level, starting is aro…und 46,000/year to 56,000/year. Most I've ever seen on a person's paycheck was $65,000/year but I'm sure there's someone somewhere getting more.. For east coast, because there are many more people vying for the jobs, salaries are around 70% of the west coast. So an EMT with 8 years experience in Georgia may not make as much as a new hire in Oregon.. BY THE BY: I don't know any employers who hire ambulance drivers. Never have since 1976-ish. Most people hire EMTs and Paramedics because they need to be able to treat the patient and not just drive. You don't call RN's ass-wipers, so why pick one part of an EMT's job to desribe them? Don't mean to be offensive, but a lot of responders get offended at that term just like an RN would be offended at "ass-wiper." ( Full Answer )
Why do they wear their what backwards? We don't wear anything backwards to my knowledge. May be sunglasses when I'm indoors.
In the UK, there are no designated ambulance drivers. A crew will decide who is better suited for the shout's driving taking into consideration how long people have been working or wether there are any specific reasons a person is unable to drive. The salery for ambulance personell is usually Â£21…,000-Â£31,000 depending on experience and role. ( Full Answer )
There are 5 Landfills in the Auckland region. They are Rosedale Road landfill, Greenmount Landfill, Redvale Landfill, Whitford Landfill and Hunua Gorge Landfill. None of these are situated in Auckland City itself but are situated in North Shore, Waiatakere City, Manukau City and Papakura. These are …administered by the Auckland regional council. ( Full Answer )
It depends where you operate an ambulance. In India- the driver can earn from 4000 INR to 15000 INR. In the USA it could be annually 100000 USD.
The journey from Auckland Central to Rotorua, via Hamilton is 235 km or 145 mi. It should take about 3 hours 30 minutes in light to moderate traffic. It'll take about the same time from Auckland International Airport.
They Are Paramedics or Emergency Medical Technicians. They go To Emergency Calls or pick up some people from Convalescent homes and transport them to Hospitals and back home
there is only one - EDIT - LOL... only 1 haha There is around 50 volcanoes in the Auckland region
Auckland City has a population of 440 000. . The greater Auckland area has a population of 1.3 million
i don't know about other parts of the country but in Arkansas we have a advanced 911 system that the dispatcher can tell them where the place or road is within 100yards
Hi, Well, i had to go on a plane from Tauranga to Auckland, it took about 30 mins or 45 mins it doesn't take. I don't know where you are so im not sure how long it is going to take from your city/town to Auckland. I use to live in NZ but i moved to France about 8 weeks ago, it was a very long trip!…! Haha, so I don't know how long it would take from your city/town, so you can probaly work that out from the minutes from tauranga.... Sorry, couldn't answer that correctly ( Full Answer )
It has 5 plus parts of 2 others.. Auckland City . Manukau City . Waitakere City . North Shore City . Papakura District . part of Rodney District . part of Franklin District . It should be noted that soon there will be only one 'supercouncil' that will unite all.
This depends on the type of ambulance and the area it is operating in. Ambulances are either basic life support (BLS) or advanced life support (ALS). BLS trucks have EMT-basics instead of paramedics. ALS trucks legally must have one paramedic on board, and either an emt-basic in a rural setting, or …a second paramedic in a metropolitan area. However, it is all up to the agency staffing the ambulance. ( Full Answer )
Auckland has five airports/aerodromes on the mainland , plus two aerodromes on two offshore islands. Auckland Airport (formally Auckland International Airport, earlier Mangere Airport) is the only major domestic and international airport. The rest are used by minor operators or the Royal New Zealan…d Air Force. ( Full Answer )
An ambulance driver does exactly what it sounds like, drives the ambulance. But also, the driver is most likely medicaly trained as well so they can assist in emergencys.
Roughly in US around 5,000 I was service manager for the largest mfg. of ambulances in the world in the mid-90's. At that time Ford would mfg. 5,000 47-A ambulance chasis of which we would purchase 2,500. The balance 2,500 would be split among the 40 (at that time) other ambulance mfgs.
Depends on the location of the company. Most of the bigger cities have one Paramedic and one Basic on each truck. Some of the smaller cities cant afford to hire Paramedics so they just have a pair of basics on each truck. Also, each state has their own rules, and some states let each county make …their own rules. If the ambulance says either ALS, Advanced Life Support, or Paramedic anywhere on it, there is at least 1 paramedic on board, anywhere in the US. In some Michigan counties, you can staff an ALS Unit with 1 Paramedic and 1 EMT-Basic, in others you must have 2 Paramedics on board. Occasionally, there will be a 3rd rider on board too, and he or she might be a student, Basic, or 3rd Paramedic. If the ambulance does not say ALS, Advanced Life Support, or the word Paramedic on it, it is likely a Basic unit, with 2 or 3 EMT-Bs on board. They can do most of the things Paramedics do, excluding most drug administrations, IVs, EKGs, and complex Endotracheal intubations. The advantage of FD Basic Ambulances is usually response time. In a heart attack situation, for instance, a Basic unit arriving 5 minutes before an ALS unit can aid in aspirin and Nitroglycerin administration (In most counties/states), intubate an unconscious patient with a Combitube or King Airway, apply high flow Oxygen and breathe for the patient, apply AED pads, perform effective chest compressions, and shock a fibrilating heart into a rhythm, all before the paramedics arrive. I know, because we have done it, and the medics then infused the PT with cardiac drugs and I drove while the medics monitored the PT en route to the hospital (I am a Basic with 4 additional months of Paramedic training). The PT survived because of the EMTs actions. Don't get me wrong, the best case scenario for a serious medical emergency is an ALS unit on scene within 5 minutes, whether it is an FD ALS Unit or a Private Ambulance Company ALS Unit. Unfortunately, this isn't always feasible. But EMTs are trained and equipped to stabilize almost any medical situation until either an ALS Unit arrives, or the PT is transported to a Hospital. We can, for instance, administer Epinepherine to an anaphylactic PT if their airway is swelling shut, and administer oral glucose to a conscious hypoglycemic PT, buying time until either the Paramedic or ER can infuse with dextrose when we get them together with the PT. Again, a Paramedic Unit is best , but don't assume a basic Unit cannot mitigate and save lives. It happens every day. In short, if the truck says Paramedic, ALS , or Advanced Life Support on it, you either have 1, 2, or 2 Paramedics on board. If it does not, you might not have any paramedics on board, but 2 EMTs on scene is WAY better than 5 Paramedic Units 20 minutes away. ( Full Answer )
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There are 49 volcanoes in Aucland. Some people say 50 because there is this one small volcano Little Rangitot
A quick google search of orthodontists in auckland reveal a handful of the top orthodontists in auckland so at a guess that would be 30-40 with a few dentists/orthodontists
11,000 air miles from Auckland Intl Arpt, Auckland, NZ (AKL) toFuhlsbuettel Arpt, Hamburg, DE (HAM).
There are 49 volcanoes in Auckland and 48 active ones but I don't know how many dormant volcanoes there are in Auckland.
The distance between the above places is 1353 miles. This distance is point to point straight distance as seen on the map. The actual distance covered by a flight may vary according to the flight path chosen. Also this is not the airport to airport distance.
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Probably about 500, however it depends on what you consider a gym. Visit gymcost.co.nz for a comprehensive list of gyms in new zealand.
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It is hard to answer that question. Almost every 15 seconds somewhere in the US there is an ambulance going out to rescue someone from an emergency. A patient could clinically die (go into cardiac arrest) in the back of the ambulance, but they are not legally dead until they reach the emergency ro…om where a physician can pronounce them dead. So it depends on your meaning. for clinical death, it is not that rare anymore to get pulses back with all the drugs and tools a paramedic has at their disposal. Nobody legally dies in the back of an ambulance. ( Full Answer )
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This is an approximate direct (straight line) distance. During actual travel, this distance may change if a different flight route is chosen. The distance between the two places in miles is: 11369
It is 1350 air miles (Approx.). Note that this is a straight distance between the twoplaces. The actual distance may vary according to the flight path or road/sea routechosen. Distance between auckland to sydney is 2155 km. The distance is covered by sea or by air ways. This is the shortest distanc…e between the two areas. ( Full Answer )
Quite much . Same as Normal people . this is awkward . why do you ask .
Ambulance drivers will still likely have to be certified as an EMT-Basic. Depending on the service they work for, (and assuming the position is not volunteer), they will probably make upwards of $8~$9/hour starting pay, with some companies initially paying $13+/hour.
The term 'ambulance driver' is no longer in use and is obsolete. In the past, an ambulance driver was the equivalent of a basic Emergency Medical Technician, with a few being qualified at Emergency First Responder, the qualification below EMT. In many countries, the driver of the ambulance is often …qualified at Paramedic or higher, though by convention, the least qualified personnel is usually the driver of the ambulance in a crew shift. ( Full Answer )
There are four animals in Auckland Zoo's logo. There's an elephant, a zebra, a chimpanzee and a kiwi.
This is an approximate direct (straight line) distance. During actual travel, this distance may change if a different flight route is chosen. The distance between the two places in miles is:6450
Rarotonga is 22 hours behind New Zealand Standard Time (UTC+12) and 23 hours behind New Zealand Daylight Saving Time (UTC+13). Rarotonga has the same time offset as Hawaii (UTC-10). (New Zealand Daylight Saving Time is in effect from the last Sunday of September until the first Sunday of Apri…l.) ( Full Answer )
In most places the drivers are EMTs ( emergency medical technicians) this is a degree u must attend school and take a test to obtain. They get to be involved in patient care and transport. If u have a paramedic partner the patient will primarily be their responsibility due to their higher level of t…raining. ( Full Answer )
140 kilometres taking this route: . Take SH-1 HAMILTON, from Auckland, to SH-2 towards TAURANGA off EXIT 477. . Take SH-2 to WAIHI.
There are a little over 50 recognized volcanic craters in the Auckland Volcanic Field. There may be more, but now concealed by ejecta from a younger eruption, or lying underwater. The earliest one is that of Onepoto, about 248 000 years ago. The most recent was that of Rangitoto, about 600 year…s ago. Eruptions have tended to become larger as time goes on, with Rangitoto contributing about 60% of the Field's total ejecta. The Auckland Regional Council has produced an "Auckland Volcanic Field Contingency plan", which provides suggestions for responding to such an emergency. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_the_names_of_the_volcanoes_in_Auckland#ixzz23s4lbnHY . ( Full Answer )
Ambulances are commonly staffed in two person crews. The type of licensure these people have depend on the type of ambulance they are operating in. There are two different types of ambulances: Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Life Support (ALS). A BLS truck is staffed with at least one EMT-Bas…ic or sometimes, an EMT-Advanced. The other crew member is either another EMT-B, EMT-A, or an Medical First Responder (MFR). A BLS truck is equipped to deal with most emergencies but will not have all the capabilities of an ALS truck. ALS trucks are staffed with at least one EMT-Paramedic, and either an EMT-B, EMT-A, or another EMT-P. These trucks and crew are trained in advanced methods such as cardiology and pharmacology and are able to do things like EKGs, start IVs and administer drugs, and intubate. An ambulance will always have at least an EMT-Basic, and most ambulances are ALS, meaning they have at least one Paramedic at all times. ( Full Answer )
The distance between the above two places is 11369 miles. This is an approximate direct distance. Also this distance might change if a different flight route is chosen.
Auckland has two cultures, Maori and Pakeha (non-Maori). Maori isthe indigenous culture and Pakeha is made up of the many culturesthat have settled in New Zealand since the arrival of the firstEuropeans.