By Donna Theisen, Dary Matera
This can be like fowl Soup for the Soul! choice of many many brief tales of paramedics occurring their course. particularly relatively fascinating tales that I simply savored each tale. i admire the e-book alot! i am hoping they make one other one!!! nice untold backstage of what paramedics wade through. a phenomenal read!!!
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My father took it over when he died. I guess I always wanted to be on the ambulance for the excitement. I'd see them running up and down the road with the lights flashing and sirens blaring and it was a thrill. Being able to make a 56 difference, lessen someone's pain or prolong their life, that appealed to me. The only disappointment is I expected that we could change everybody's life that we touched. That's not the case. We do help, that's for sure. But on all these rescue shows, they only show the positive end to it.
When they can't, it frustrates them. This is something we should all be aware of and deal with in advance. -- Randy Meininger, paramedic, Nebraska * I originally wanted * * to become a doctor or a photographer, but a photographer didn't pay real well and a doctor meant eight years of school. Being a paramedic, I basically do everything a doctor does except write prescriptions and earn a lot of money. I love the job and would never give it up. Every day is a new learning experience. Well, yeah, I'd give it up if I won the lottery, but other than that, I'm going to continue to do it.
When that happens, you feel sensational. -- Tom Harrison, paramedic, Wisconsin * * * I became a medic as a freak of nature. I was working for a Kash-N-Kary grocery store stocking dog food. Three friends of mine decided to take EMT course. One was a nurse, and the others were just interested in the medical field. They asked me to go with them and I agreed. I 48 guess I was looking for a job that was more rewarding that stocking dog food. The school doesn't teach you about life. They don't teach you that people are going to spit on you and try to beat you up and are going to hate you even when you do the right thing.
Angels of Emergency: Rescue Stories from America's Paramedics and Emt's by Donna Theisen, Dary Matera