About Jasmine Aczel

Jasmine Aczel, Chief Operations Officer at Emergency Medical Response

Jasmine Aczel is an PAEIMA accredited Trainee Medic / First Responder currently completing her HLT41115 Certificate IV in Health Care. PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION OF EVENT & INDUSTRIAL MEDICS AUSTRALIA Inc (PAEIMA) Membership status as an Event First Responder Practitioner enriches the willingness of individual practitioners to accept and fulfil obligations to society, other medical professionals, and the EMS profession.  As a pre-hospital Medic practitioner, Jasmine Aczel solemnly pledges himself to the following code of professional ethics: 

  • to conserve life,  alleviate suffering, promote health, do no harm, and encourage the quality and equal availability of emergency medical care.

  • to provide services based on human need, with compassion and respect for human dignity, unrestricted by consideration of nationality, race, creed, colour, or status; to not judge the merits of the patient’s request for service, nor allow the patient’s socioeconomic status to influence our demeanour or the care that we provide. 

  • to not use professional knowledge and skills in any enterprise detrimental to the public well-being.

  • to respect and hold in confidence all information of a confidential nature obtained in the course of professional service unless required by law to divulge such information. 

  • to use social media in a responsible and professional manner that does not discredit, dishonour, or embarrass an other organizations, co-workers, other health care practitioners, patients, individuals or the community at large.

  • as a citizen, to understand and uphold the law and perform the duties of citizenship; as a professional, to work with concerned citizens and other health care professionals in promoting a high standard of emergency medical care to all people. 

  • to maintain professional competence, striving always for clinical excellence in the delivery of patient care.

  • to assume responsibility in upholding standards of professional practice and education.

  • to assume responsibility for individual professional actions and judgement, both in dependent and independent emergency functions, and to know and uphold the laws which affect the practice of Medics.

  • to be aware of and participate in matters of legislation and regulation affecting First Aid.

  • to work cooperatively with all emergency associates and other allied healthcare professionals in the best interest of our patients. 

  • to refuse participation in unethical procedures.

As a volunteer at Emergency Medical Response, Jasmine has received training through EMR and currently holds HLTAID006 Provide Advanced First Aid and HLTAID007 Provide Advanced Resuscitation first aid certificates.