Mark my words; there is going to be that one call. That one call is going to change your life. It’s going to change how you see the world, if you can even walk away from it to begin with. Consider it your rite of passage.
EMTs juggle many roles and consider many factors when they’re on the job, but patient care should always be their priority. This was what two of our dedicated EMTs knew when they responded to a hospital-to-hospital transfer. We’ll let one of the EMTs on call illustrate this point perfectly.
It’s EMTs like Bryer who exemplify what it means to go beyond just doing a job and truly serving the community. Responding to those in need, whether it’s a true medical emergency or fashion emergency, is inspiring.
A group of six friends were playing Frisbee and thinking about surfing Saturday evening at San Onofre beach when they heard someone yelling “shark.” They didn’t know it, but their actions in the next 15 minutes would give Leeanne Ericson a chance at survival.