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Amie Lepsky, Clinical Services Supervisor at Gateway Ambulance Licensed and actively practicing paramedic since 2004. Recipient of the Ombudsman (now Voyce) Caregiver Award. Lynn Potts, Quality Assurance & Customer Relations with Gateway Ambulance since March 2012. Previously in the corporate and medical uniform apparel business. Holds a BS with a degree in Marketing and MBA. : Lynn Potts 314-807-0960 or Amie Lepsky 314-956-3666
Every once in awhile we like to talk about the whole ambulance driver nametag. Should we care and why? Does it matter and the perception that gets us there. But don't we own part of the reason we are called Ambulance Drivers? With EMS facebook pages touting Taxi this and shucking that, its no wonder we can't shake the name. Plus the fact that the bulk of the call types we get really don;t leave us with much else to do but drive the ambulance. A sensititive topic for sure but not as bad
Teamsters Union Local 542 President, Phil Farias will be discussing the ongoing labor dispute in the Imperial Valley at Gold Cross Ambulance Service.
This week we talk about the DC ambulance delays ask how long have you ever waited for an ED bed and pull stuff out of the weekly grab bag. Join us at 7PM EST with your thoughts or bring your own topic to the chat room. ---------------- Be sure to sign up for your free trial account at EMS Manager.
It's early April and time for a rapid fire show. Don't forget anything goes on these episodes, so bring your favorite EMS story, tip or frustration for some spirited debate.
Jim, Josh and David will talk about current EMS topics, social media trends in EMS and more.
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Find out more about Josh and his one of a kind oxygen wrench at http://wantynu.com
Radio Host Margaret Jackson will be live at Unitek College for the Operation Urban Rescue! REACT - RESPOND - RECOVER
Simulations of threats, scenario hospitals, huge disaster area, dedicated landing zone, active ambulance circute, command center, and more.
Join AM 1220 KDOW show host as she interviews VIPs, simulation participants and Unitek College leaders on what the heck is ...Operation Urban Resuce all about! It is going to be a wild ride! Crazy AWESOME!!! TUNE IN!
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EMS is a tough job. Tougher still is trying to stay in shape and even just eat healthy while being on an ambulance 8,12 or even 24 hours. But its not impossible. This week Jim could not be with the crew but Josh and Dave will be discussing EMS and staying healthy along with other topics.
Join us if you have some of your own healthy tips and ways to not give in to the fast food quick fix many of us fall prey too each shift.
Abigail began her career as a paramedic right out of high school and
quickly moved up to flight medic on a air ambulance helicopter. In
2003 she was working on the medical helicopter when it crashed.
Abigail was critically injured and had to undergo three lifesaving
surgeries receiving over 400 stitches and over 200 staples.
The doctors told her family that she would not survive. After 6 weeks
in the intensive care unit Abigail proved them wrong when she woke
up. After another 3 months had passed, she walked out of the Hospital
on her own.
After her recovery, Abigail concluded that life is too short and she
wanted to still help people and show them that they can over come
life's hurtles. At the same time, she intended to enjoy her precious gift
of life. Through a odd twist of fate, Abigail became a professional model.
Abigail has worked as a trade show model, modeled at fashion shows
and even a spokes model promoting products, and services. She has
done numerous modeling gigs for print as well.
The most precious event of her life was when she became a Bunny at
the Playboy Club at the Palms Casino in Las Vegas Nevada. Since the
closing of the very last Playboy club in the United States, Abigail has
now has taken to becoming an actress. She has done numerous TV
commercials, several TV shows and a role in a feature film. She is very
active in her career, of acting, modeling, and public appearances.
Join us from 6 pm-8 pm central standard time. Brittany was having hard times and going nowhere fast. It wasn't until she got into a car accident at a troubling time in her life that she got the message, she was going nowhere fast and to slow down. When the crash happened, she blacked out. Upon awakening in an ambulance and hearing only the words, "EVERYTHING MUST CHANGE" repeating over and over and not stopping until leaving the hospital the next day. It was a huge wake up call. Her car was totaled and police and Emt's could not believe someone had survived a crash that intense. Shortly after everything did change. The abilities that she once questioned as a child were developing more rapidly than before. When her friend Steve's father passed away and crossed over, he would not stop messing with the electricity in her house for two hours. She finally gave her first message and made a skeptic a believer. This didn't only change Steve being a skeptic but Britt as well. She is no longer fighting it and wants to help those understand who are lost in their life's path. She uses tarot cards and then her intuition, spirit guides, and crossed over family kick into full gear. She sees the positive in everything, but she will not lie to you. If it's not meant to be, and it's something you need to hear, that's what you will get. Don't kill the messenger because spirit has a funny way of showing you what you need to know 100 times until you get it. http://FreeSpiritedBeauty.wordpress.com