I’m not looking forward to those horror calls or anything, I just want to well, treat. It was hard to do anything when there was nothing to do except for getting AMAs or taking vitals on someone who was just a drug seeker.
I did have two psych calls which I admit are kind of cool (used to be a...
So my company FTOs don't think I have enough experience to do 911 (I've only had 7-8 months of IFT so I figured this might happen) so they're sending my to do transport, but I'm stuck doing wheelchair since I don't have my PA cert yet. Yay $5 cut in pay for the next few weeks. >.>
First FTO day, we get called to an urgent care for cardiac issues. We get ready to transport. My FTO notices that they did an EKG. He tells the PT “I’m no expert in reading these but everything looks steady”
Me: “yeah none of the lines are flat”
FTO: looks at me “time and a place dude”
So my local community college is going to offer EKG and Phlebotomy tech classes next year. I plan to go to paramedic school in the future, should I take any of these classes now? If so, which one?