My EMS career has been just over 12 years. It has been a fantastic time and has changed me in ways that I would never have thought possible. And it all ends in a little over 9 hours time. Justin has kindly offered to let me have some space on his blog so that I […]
The first recorded EMS Bromance was in the late 17th century when two stretcher carriers began to hang out together off the battlefield. Centuries later a Geordie Paramedic and a Yankee Fireman who spent most of his time providing EMS began reading each others blogs on the interwebs. Reading led to commenting, commenting led to […]
I always knew this day would come, but not him. Not now. Mark Glencorse has to call it quits.
I meet with the Executive team and offer my initial conclusion on the EMS portion of my exchange with Mark Glencorse.
Swalwell 214 is our vehicle, Becky is our ECSW, and if none of that makes any sense, read about my day on the transport unit in Newcastle.
This post recounts part of my first day on the car and my thoughts about responding alone as a first responder.
Mark has gone home to his family, but the Project is following him. I’m off on my way to England in this, the first daily recap of my England exchange to improve EMS.
Episode 2 of the Chronicles of EMS? No it is not online. Yes, we’re working on it.
The premiere party for the Chronicles of EMS is in full swing at San Francisco’s Hotel Frank. Drop by our virtual premiere party and watch it LIVE with us!
Thanks to Zoll Medical, Mark and I will be at EMS Today in Baltimore.