It sounds like you have a plan.
If you lack confidence, spend time shadowing a Paramedic or someone at your level where you can learn from others and improve your skills and decision making.
I don’t believe re-taking the course at the same institution is going to help as much as you hope...
I concur with everyone else about renting a box truck from U-Haul, Penske, or Home Depot.
While I’ve never had an accident in one, and usually decline all extra insurance offerings, you might want to sign up for every insurance offered.
Practice on the highway, major streets, and side roads...
Had this happen a few months ago.
Colleague didn’t show up for work, 911 called for a welfare check but no response at door so PD didn’t make entry.
Person was unconscious and only found after we were able to track down family to make entry.
Patient care was delayed 6+ hours.
Lots of cryptic responses and non-answers in this thread.
I remember as an EMT requesting an ALS unit for a patient with a low BP and weak pulse. As I rode along with the Paramedic he was quizzing me, and I don’t think I got a single question right.
Every situation is a learning experience...
I visited an ambulance outfitter's facebook page and noticed post after post of deliveries to newly formed ambulance services.
Where is the big money in private EMS? I can't think of anyone, from EMT to CEO in private EMS that are making bank.
Am I missing something?
From what I read it was the norm for the Pyxis not to work correctly and require a manual override. There was also no scanning function available in the unit.
Apparently this nurse has always taken full responsibility for her behavior, is contrite, and has shown empathy towards the victim and...