The "Nightwatch" EMTs explain what you should know about their challenging but rewarding jobs in this web exclusive. #Nightwatch
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you know what i cannot stand with a passion. these EMS individuals who are arrogant flat out rude and make jokes on the job. why are these people in this field its about being serious dedicated and compassionate not joking or being rude while someone is in crisis. ughhh
+Matt Lom sure after is fine but one the job? and around patients? i am in EMT school and was inspired to join the filed and effect it in a positive way after dealing with arrogant non empathetic EMS personnel who treated my bad day like it was the funniest thing ever. really sticks with you and paints EMS as terrible folks.
joking after calls is actually a common coping mechanism. Police, fire, EMS. It's a very emotionally compromising job and if often times the only way to shake the horrible effects bad calls leave on you is to make jokes with your coworkers. It's bad and morbid, but for some, it's the only way to keep sanity.
Love this show, can't wait until Dec.1st!! After being on a volunteer unit, I do know what they are talking about and YES it takes a very special person to do this job night after night!! Thank You to all the people who keep us safe and to those who are there to keep us alive!! GOD BLESS YOU ALL!!
0ff l1ne You’ve got to do 4 years of undergraduate (college) before you can get into medical school. Make sure you focus on really getting your sciences nailed down. Best of luck to you out there whatever you decide on doing
- EMT and aspiring medical student
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