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A look at the life of a paramedic in the North East of England, sharing all of his good and bad times.

Owner: medicblog999

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Language: English

Tags: paramedic, Ambulance, Emergency, EMT

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Latest Blog Posts for medicblog999

  • A moment frozen in time.He was at school earlier that same day. Maybe its just respiratory arrest?
  • Signing Off.
    on Feb 23, 2011 in Ambulance
    I don’t know what has changed in me over the last couple of months. Maybe I am heading for burnout…..Maybe I am already there. I guess that just goes to show that it can happen to anyone.
  • Almost a good bye
    on Feb 20, 2011 in Ambulance
    However, the main reason for me not blogging is that I am not in a good place at the moment with my work. I have a lot of frustrations, with my role and what is happening to the ambulance service as a whole at the moment.
  • Its a CoEMS Birthday!
    on Feb 13, 2011 in Ambulance Chronicles of EMS CoEMS
    Just a fraction over a year ago, Justin, Ted and I were standing in a function room of the Hotel Frank in San Francisco hoping that we would have a good turnout for the first ever showing of our unique look at the San Francsico Fire Department...
  • Its child’s play!
    on Feb 7, 2011 in Ambulance
    How much easier would our jobs be we could utilize this technique in some of our patient groups??
  • That damned spam filter!!
    on Feb 5, 2011 in Ambulance
    I've just read a load of comments, many of them very supportive and caring, and wanted to say thank you!
  • A sigh of relief
    on Feb 2, 2011 in Ambulance
    Sometimes in this job we can be harder on ourselves than anyone else could be. We question ourselves...
  • A reminder….
    on Jan 27, 2011 in Ambulance
    A hug from a grateful son and a thank you from a patient who is a long way from being out of the woods, but who I had real concerns about even getting to the hospital alive.
  • Oh No!! An Observer!As the supervising medic, it is your responsibility to be honest, but enthusiastic about what being a paramedic is like. I have seen some poor observers, who have been lumped with medics who really don’t even want to be in the job themselves. I bet...
  • Now that is just plain Cool!!!!Isnt it amazing how a message can travel around the world!!
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