The recent and unfortunate loss of dedicated EMTs to traffic accidents is a reminder to everyone in our industry that driving safely is extremely important. The reality is, whether you’re in an ambulance or a regular vehicle, there is an inherent risk involved in driving. We’ve outlined some of the most important steps you can take to make sure you, your patient, and those around you arrive to your destination safely. Here are 16 ultimate EMT driving tips for all you hard working EMTs!
For many, a new year means a fresh start. Setting new goals and new resolutions. You may have set a few of your own. You definitely saw your fair share of other people’s on social media. Working to better yourself is a worthy endeavor, whether you’re inspired by the new year or not. But the important thing is not setting the goals, it’s if you follow through and complete them.
You can’t say the thought hasn’t crossed your mind. “What if that allusive man in red had a day job?” And not just any job, but worked as an EMT. Here’s how we’d imagine Santa’s epic flight around the world would happen. You know...after pulling a twelve hour shift the night before.
Andy and Nadia were visiting New York City to see their family when they experienced every parent’s worst nightmare: their newborn baby Natalia went limp and stopped breathing while they waited for the subway.
To all the fathers, soon-to-be fathers, grandfathers, and possibly even great-grandfathers, this is your day.