You punch in. You check your equipment. You get your calls. You respond. 83-year-old female fell, head lac. 6-year-old boy, history of seizures, had a seizure. 63-year-old man with abdominal pain. 74-year old with fever. 59-year old man with syncope. 23-year-old driver with neck pain from rear-end MVA. You do your assessments, get your histories, give the routine treatments, take your patients to the hospital, write your reports. Go back on-line. Do another call. End of the day, you make certain the ambulance is restocked. You punch out.
“What’s going on?”
This past week someone else has been saying, “Hey, I had an interesting call.”
Maybe tomorrow it will be me doing the telling.