(Attention: I edited this post heavily. I think that my ADD was in full effect when I wrote it. It’s better now, I think) The results are in: the bloggers, posters, commentators, columnists, partners, colleagues, and other people even passively involved in EMS have spoken. It seems that EMS ain’t much of a profession these […]
Really? Did you just?? Oh come on now… you don’t really think?? Seriously… Did you really just call me an “Ambulance Driver”? An Ambulance Driver? Oh come on… Four years of college level classes, hundreds upon hundreds of hours of continuing educations, a veritable alphabet soup of certification acronyms behind my name, and this nifty […]
I found this link on one of the EMS websites I frequent – http://www.emsvillage.com/ http://www.jems.com/news_and_articles/columns/Bledsoe/Bledsoes_EMS_Scope_of_Practice_Model.html This is Dr. Bledsoe’s EMS scope of practice model. In this document, he outlines his vision for what EMS should become. This guy’s one of my heroes. 100% support here. If you care about EMS, you should know this guy.
So the other day I was taking this cute little 9 month old to a tertiary specialty childrens’ hospital. It was a nice place, big, clean, bright, state of the art equipment, people scurrying about looking busy, cute nurses, etc… It was a class act, that hospital. The patient was stable and quite pleasant. We […]