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The inspiring story of a new and very naive combat medic saving in Desert Storm and in Afghanistan as a seasoned older veteran and the struggles of post traumatic stress disorder and coming home again Patrick Thibeault was raised as an Army brat. Upon graduation from high school, Patrick enlisted in the Army becoming a paratrooper medic. The first unit that he was assigned to was 3rd Battalion / 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne). Patrick deployed to Ope
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During this episode of My Journey as a Combat Medic, we will play some songs that are awesome to work out to. We will take some calls and read some poety. After the show is over, a link will be posted to www.medicstory.com where listeners can check it out also.
Tune in to here Lizzy chat with George Medic from White Couch Productions about all things in his crazy world! Music, clothing, promotion, booking and did we mention, MUSIC!
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Old Sarge ( AKA Patrick Thibeault , author of My Journey as a Combat Medic) plays some his favorite songs, talks about his glory days and the wars.
In this episode we see "The National Fire Academy: Not Just Fire Anymore" as we talk with Michael Stern, EMS Training Specialist for the National Fire Academy.
Previously the EMS Deputy Chief and Emergency Manager for Grand County Colorado, the Training Director for Summit County Ambulance Service (Colorado), and instructor for EMT and Paramedic programs, Michael was also a Navy Corpsman and a volunteer Firefighter/EMT/Paramedic at Company 18 in Prince George’s County Fire EMS Department (Maryland).
The NFA is known for high level fire service training and education, especially its leadership programs. How and why is the NFA expanding beyond fire programs into EMS, emergency management and other areas? Do you have to be a firefighter to attend? How is an institute like the NFA of benefit to the average EMT or Paramedic on the street? We answer these questions and more on this episode of A Fire Medic Perspective with Rom Duckworth.
What are the top 5 challenges facing fire-based EMS services in 2013? We ask Milwaukee County Medic and IAFF rep Jerry Biggart what he thinks. What about you? Join us in the chat room or on the phone to ask us questions and let us know what YOU think!
Our original guest had to cancel tonight due to family reason. THANKFULLY we were able to have the Rogue Medic on the show tonight and we talked about how Spinal Immobilization is having a "slow, agonizing death". And as always, your phone calls to (347) 826-7894, your tweets to @1U801TheWebcast and posts on our Facebook page. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Sponsored by EMSManager.net Visit EMSManager.net for a FREE customized trial of this amazing and innovative employee
In this episode we ask "The evolving relationship between EMS and their destination healthcare systems: Where are we going?"
We have an expert panel tonight! Our guests tonight are Elizabeth Denby-Callahan, Heather Duggan and Eileen Thomas.