Hi. I really can't tell you what to expect during the interview because all hiring managers have different interview techniques but I can tell you some tips that may get your pluses on your interview. Since you have been an EMT, highlight that you have advanced phlebotomy skills, know how to do an EKG, knowledgeable in medical terminology
, work well under pressure in high stressed situations, and would be willing to be flexible to be on the floor as a Tech/PCA when needed. in an ER, the clerks and techs need to be able to think fast on their feet, am detail oriented, and any advanced skills are always welcomed. Also, say that you are studying to be a RN, so that they know the buck doesn't stop here, you have ambition for yourself.
I used to be a Unit Secretary and on my prior floor(s), the clerks didn't just sit at the desk. We had to do our job plus that of the PCA if they were behind. When my Nurse Managers interviewed me, I told them of my prior experience and skill sets. They both asked how did I function in fast paced areas, was I able to function independently, what other skills that I possessed that could be useful on the floor, would I be willing to work flexible shifts, how was my medical terminology, am I a people person, CPR certification... that's all I can think of off the top of my head. In a medical environment, prior experience will get you in the door faster than no experience at all. Good luck and best wishes.