"Our chaplains have been the pastor of a local church where a number of our members belong. We have called him out for various things--to make visits to ill and dying members, to the scene of a call where a member was found deceased, and…"
"Not exactly. What about a nursing home connected to a hospital. A patient could be pushed down the hall on a stretcher and taken to the ER without going outdoors. instead, they call 911 and have them driven around the building,…"
"People who have old fashioned beliefs--won't wear a helmet, won't wear reflective vests, even won't wear seat belts. Then, when you try to get them to do these things on the scene, they give the officer a lot of backchat…"
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
If you work in a "fly car" or "first responder" this is the place for you. Say hello, get to know each other, share experiences good or bad. A good place to vent or just learn what we all do in our regions.
hi paula, valenzuela is in manila in luzon particularly, yes its really nice to hear other ems topic and how they work in their field and in their area of responsibility, thought its frightening, it is also fun and we learn from each other, my team