This is a group for the female side of emergency medicine. Its a place where we can let our hair down and discuss the challenges and triumphs of what it is like working in a traditionally male dominated field.See More
I just sent you an offline with my personal e-mail for more job info. In general depending upon where you want to live up here jobs are abundant. My job was open for between two and two and a half years before I took it.
Both BP and…"
"80-something female, nursing home patient, full arrest. Unknown downtime ("she was fine when we checked on her a few hours ago"), asystole the whole time. Two rounds of drugs, intubation, good deep chest compressions from a firefighter…"
First of all not all of AK is remote. Living & working in Anchorage is no different in Anchorage than it is in GA. Anchorage does not even get very cold. It is warmer, and snowier in Anchorage in winter than I am used to in the…"
Hi all! I don't live in Alaska - I'm a Georgia girl through and through. I've always dreamed of living in Alaska, so I thought i could join this group and get an idea of what it's really like living in such a remote area, from those of you who do. See More
"Hi, Holly! First off, congrats on starting school. I myself just graduated from EMT school back in June, and started working in September. You've gotten some great responses about studying and skills, so I won't go into that.