As a paramedic, I would need to stay calm while dealing with life and death tuitions, to be highly skilled, quick thinking and decisive at the same time as providing a reassuring environment for the patient and relatives. I must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, a serious interest in the care and well-being of patients, and the academic ability to cope with examinations. I would also need to be physically fit and emotionally resilient. Plus, I would also have to be caring to the patient and tell them everything will be alright.
Working on an ambulance or the emergency room is exciting. I was the type of child, gets excited every time a police care or fire engine runs past me, that’s why this Job was prefect for me. I drive an emergency vehicle really fast to be there when someone is in need for my teams help. I witness some amazing things in this field. Also, this is the first Job Vive ever had where I felt like I fit in. My coworkers are a little twisted Just like me. That makes me feel special. There is a feeling of brotherhood that comes with knowing what you and your coworkers go through in a day.
Depending on where you live you will probably feel the same sense of brotherhood your career. As a paramedic, I get sleep deficiency because I work hard. Consequently, possibilities I may end up working a shift where I’m on the clock all day and night, and then off for the next 48 hours. Okay, as a paramedic, there’s going to be great possibilities that are going to experience people that are not having the best day. Sufferers, together with their loved ones, because of being in an urgent scenario, eight talk to me that can be taken as unpleasant and/or impolite.
In this field I help people a lot so I sometimes I’m battling a work-related injury and/or sickness. I became a paramedic not only to make a difference, but to help others in their time of need. I think of this degree as a passion not Just a career. Plus, I’ve had the privilege of meeting some amazing people that I get to work with. This Job doesn’t end when your shift finishes the friendships you make will carry on over the course of a lifetime. 10 years into being a paramedic By Nathaniel