A paramedic (or EMT-Paramedic, or simply EMT-P) is an emergency medical responder who is trained, licensed, and qualified to deliver a higher level of on-scene and in-ambulance care to patients than is an EMT-Basic (or EMT-B).
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If you were ever a five-year-old, chances are at some point in your life you’ve dreamed about growing up to be a firefighter.
As the world becomes more digital with each passing day and technological developments, it’s amazing to see the things that can be done online that used to require on-site visits and time wasted standing in long lines.
Deciding to go to nursing school is a big step, and one that means you’re ready to commit to a career of helping people, serving the public, and being a key member of an important medical team.
Paramedics play an important role in their communities, whether they are a designated part of the city or town fire department or work in tandem with a local or regional hospital or other ambulatory care center.
The NCLEX is the last thing that will separate you as a future nurse from your dream career. It’s the culmination of all your schooling, clinical rotations, late-night study sessions, and pop quizzes.
When you’ve decided a career in healthcare is for you, you’ve taken the first step toward pursuing your life’s calling.
Dedicating your professional life to nursing means becoming a person who helps people, saves lives, comforts the sick and their families, and is heavily relied upon by the medical community.
Some little boys and girls grow out of their childhood career aspirations to become a firefighter. Others know there’s no other profession for them!
Registered nurses, or RNs, are key to the functionality and procedures of many different types of medical centers.
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