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EMS Discussion Forum

help me out

Started by kevin schurig Jul 6, 2011.

How Do You Cross Your "T"s | EMS Documentation 4 Replies

Last reply by Jim Hoffman Nov 1, 2010.

31 REASONS WHY I RESPOND 7 Replies

Last reply by Megan Greening Jul 16, 2010.

HI 1 Reply

Last reply by Cheryl-anne Mallinson Jul 16, 2010.

Eight Points of the Ambulance Cross

Started by Bridget Oudeman Jul 15, 2010.

EMS Workplace Survey

Started by Brian Levinsky Jun 15, 2010.

Wages 38 Replies

Last reply by Brian Franksain Apr 15, 2010.

hello all!!! 2 Replies

Last reply by edward snow Dec 31, 2009.

NATIONAL UNION 9 Replies

Last reply by Rob Theriault Jul 27, 2009.

EMS Garage Episode 30: EMS versus Fire 4 Replies

Last reply by DFD_Firefighter/Paramedic May 23, 2009.

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Comment by John Athens on May 22, 2009 at 7:57am
EMS Expo In Atlanta this year. Oct. Good conf. Come for a visit.
Comment by V-fibber on May 21, 2009 at 8:50pm
Hey all. I'm Kevin and I'm a paramedic............"Hi Kevin"
I've been a paramedic for 10 years , Been in EMS a total of 20 years. Moving to South Carilona from Taxachusetts. Cant wait. I love being a medic, I think its the best profession in the world. Anyway stay safe and happy EMS week all.
Comment by John Athens on May 21, 2009 at 12:31pm
Hello to all. John here I have been a Paramedic and Firefighter for 31 years and am about to retire in 15 shifts. It is a career I would do all over again. Looking forward to meeting new friends.
Comment by Shanena L. Weems on April 18, 2009 at 3:31pm
Thank you for the advice.. I will definately follow it.. Since I have began I feel as if I know nothing so I guess I am on the right path lol.. I've only been in ems for 6 years. but just became a medic.. Im still wet behind the ears. and yes I am ALWAYS up to no good Squishy..
Comment by Will Merrins on April 17, 2009 at 10:24pm
Squishy= the EGTA is still on board as we wait for the combi tube as a secondary airway.
Comment by Jen on April 17, 2009 at 6:00pm
Shanena, I agree with squishy (love the name)... stay humble and always realize that you will never know everything and every call is a learning experience! Good Luck!
Comment by Jack Tors on April 17, 2009 at 7:50am
Oh Shanena,
You wanted "newby advice"? Stay humble.
Comment by Jack Tors on April 17, 2009 at 7:46am
Oh,btw I've been a medic for 12 years and work in Rhode Island (where the possessed go to mingle) for a great municipal 3rd service .And guess what you guys! Rhode Island OEMS just took the EOA off the trucks as a secondary airway device in lieu of LMA's and King Tubes.We rolled so retro,ay?
Comment by Jack Tors on April 17, 2009 at 7:41am
Thanks kids!I promise to be good and not damage anything while I'm here.
Comment by pete jubie on April 16, 2009 at 5:38pm
welcome, also
 

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