"That is pretty cool, how do you cope working by yourself? I am a Remote Care Para, and I don't think I could work by myself... what do you do when you need someone, for example SCA?!
Where do you transport to?!
"Hi, How are you? I'm Rhys, an EMT-I in New Zealand, (about to move to Australia, to work full time in an operational mine as a Para). Whats the EMS service like in Canada? Have you worked, or seen other systems work?
A place for all those medics working in the Oil industry, or those that would like to learn about the career. Whether it be offshore, or on dry land here is the place to come to meet others in the industry.
"I don't. However, I see pros and cons, the pro's of course would be the easier transfer to ED staff (digitally on route) but I think the major con would be using the unit with gloves on... or if it were to be like my…"
Pre-Hospital Emergency Care, Advanced Resus Technician, Cert-4 Emergency Medical Technician (inc IV)
High Angle Ropes
General and Specialist Rescue (Urban, Suburban and Wilderness)
Been involved in Search and Rescue for 6 years, working my way up from the 'boy' to a SAR medical team leader / advisory member.
I am soon to further my EMS career and become an onsite mine paramedic, looking after the staff and visitors of a remote high risk mine in Western Australia.
I come from a family of medical professionals; My mother who is a clinical nursing specialist, father who was a radiographer and have two brothers, one who's a medical biologist, and the other who's a geneticist.
Emergency Management Officer / Paramedic
I Love Being in EMS Because
I like flashing lights! ;) I guess the 'correct' answer would be that I love to learn something every shift. There is no such thing as a text book case.
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