This book was written for all Emergency Medical Service (EMS) personnel; paramedics, emergency medical technicians (EMT), firefighter, police, veterans and anyone involved in safety ad health. I wanted to share my stories and how I cope with everyday life with the hopes of helping others to understand what happens to the mind after responding to certain calls.
A career in EMS can be a difficult one; being and responding to calls that the brail will have difficulty in processing. We are there to proved care for these situations. I will share my thoughts and views of cals I’ve responded to , as well as discuss my views on religion. Please remember, this is my viewpoint and it in no way is to discard your religious experiences.
I will discuss how I began my career in EMS, where it’s taken me and it’s effect on my life. After 25+ years in EMS, I still currently work as a paramedic in northern California, so I have seen and done a lot throughout my career. I will go into detail on some of the 911 calls that have left a lasting impression on me, both mentally and physically. I will not have times or dates on these stories and I may not include certain partners’ names or companies I have worked for.