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    At that point in my life, training to be an EMT seemed to be the best way to get my foot in the door for a career in the healthcare field. However, the work was very tedious and I did not like being on the front lines of the medical field. One memory has stuck in my head throughout the past years, a call to transport an elderly woman to her dialysis appointment. Upon arrival, it was apparent that the woman was not fully coherent and was very frightened as unknown people surrounded

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    Emergency Medical Technician/Paramedic Emergency medical technicians (EMT’s) and paramedics are the first responders to emergency calls to transport patients to hospitals. People's lives depend on EMTs and paramedics quick arrivance and reaction to emergencies. They respond to a wide range of emergencies, from someone having a stroke to a person hurt in a car accident.They are trained to provide first-line medical or emergency care for sick and injured people at the scene, whether it's at the

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    Paramedics In an emergency, when someone needs medical help, paramedics are the first response team that will provide them with assistance until they can make it to a hospital. Paramedics are a person’s first point of contact before they can see a doctor. Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) and Paramedics are the first responders who attend to victims of accidents, disasters, or any other type of emergency. Job Description A paramedic is a well-trained emergency medical technician tasked with responding

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    conflicts, not offering training programs, revenue, staff not meet patient satisfaction, admission and visits decreasing. Also, within the paper decreasing admission, problem-solving is discussed, control mechanism and training for the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) is discussed. The overall goal for the hospital is adopting

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    Emergency Medical Technician Emergency Medical Technicians work with law enforcement and firemen in many different environments on 911 calls involving the need for emergency medical services. The modern EMT started as just “the good samaritan that would help the careless traveler bandage up his leg in 1500 B.C.” and has evolved throughout the years to what we all know for them to be today ("Emergency Medical Services"). This career has changed quite a bit over the years from “instituting the first

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    As most boys growing up I always admired police officers, emergency medical services, and firefighters. At a young age I already knew what I wanted to do for a career, even if that dream drifted away for a while. I chose to work in public safety for multiple reasons that include helping people and experiencing a bit of adrenaline on a regular basis. It is a tough field that has many rewards if you are willing to put in the personal sacrifices. I am a paramedic, firefighter, dive master, and member

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    training, certification, and branch of enforcement. Law enforcement personnel are an important part of the overall protection services fabric, not only here in the United States but around the world that include but are not limited to emergency medical technicians and fire fighters. If a career that specializes in the protection of individuals and property while also providing a high level of assistance those in need, then the law enforcement profession will allow a person to access the wide variety

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    INTROVERTS Introverts are basically shy people and they don’t express their feelings in public. Rather they write it on a diary and are secretive. Most of the introverts possess a creative mind and they usually draw out their creativity when they are alone. JOBS FOR INTROVERTS Writer/Journalist Writing suits introverts because it gives them an opportunity to express themselves. Writing down thoughts is exactly what introverts like to do. Words speak louder than actions in their case. This kind of

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    in a hospital. I moved from my two-bedroom apartment to a small efficiency. Black-tie affairs with celebrities became TV dinners over a chemistry book. My life was changed. One year later, I continue to donate my time as an Emergency Medical Technician in the Georgetown Emergency Room, and I play my guitar and sing with sick kids in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. Volunteering has confirmed what I thought - that medicine is where I belong. Even in my limited capacity as a volunteer, bringing

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    and other aspects of life. I once had a mentor like Frank Ross. His name was Kyle Fulleton. He was a bald man about my height. He had a strange accident, due to him being from Alaska. He was in the army for eight years and was a master automotive technician. His first time as a teacher was also my first time meeting him. He was a funny man who made little sense sometimes. After years of being around him he helped me with a lot. Everything from people problems, girlfriends, and family problems. I learned

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