This is an old discussion but some attitudes don't change.
In all fairness, most EMTs and Paramedics have no clue about the many different specialties of nursing or any other hospital or clinic health care professional either. Many in EMS are clueless about the scope of practice of a flight or critical care nurse and assume all nurses must call a doctor to hold their hand for every order and procedure.
EMS has also changed some of its titles or has so many titles you need a continuously updating app to keep up with the "EMT-I is now EMTA (sort of) although it is more of an EMT-B, which is now EMT, with some of EMT-I but not quite. Some use the NREMT and some still don't. The Paramedic varies from State to State, county to county, city to city and company to company. Privates hate the fire department EMS. Fire department Paramedics think the privates are stupid and only good to transport BLS even if they have a Paramedic patch. Don't put this all on nurses for not knowing every little detail of your scope of practice for you patch. When contracts are negotiated, a cheap sheet should be given to the hospital to avoid confusion. It is really not that difficult. I will say the hospitals which have their own CCT teams with CC trained RNs are the easiest to deal with so I hope they stay or even expand more into transport.
OMG don't get me started on the "Ambulance Driver" bullpoop! "The "ambulance driver" got a ticket" or "Tell the Ambulance Driver to move their rig" and you get holy heck raining on you even if it does not pertain to anything medical. Who cares what their medical certification is if they were doing a 100 mph in a school zone going back to the station? The person driving the ambulance (Ambulance Driver) probably has the most responsibility of all getting everyone where they should be safely in a timely manner regardless of which EMS title they hold. This includes the routine medical transport rigs which have to keep on schedule to get patients to their schedules appointments.