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10
Jan

Private vs. Public Ambulance Service: Differences, Pros, and Cons

Whether it’s an emergency or non-emergency situation, sometimes, you can’t avoid a trip to a medical facility. You must contact an ambulance service to assist you in these situations. So, should you call a public or private ambulance service? Discover the differences between public and private ambulance services and their pros and cons. Private Ambulance Services Private ambulances are owned

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9
Jan

12 Practical EMS Tips for New EMTs

Being an EMT comes with its hassles, but it’s nothing you can’t handle. Especially if you have the guidance and expertise of veteran EMTs to rely on. Compiled by seasoned EMTs and paramedics, these EMS tips will help you in your day-to-day duties. Here are some trade secrets every new EMT should know.  EMS Tips to Help You Excel as

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2
Dec

10 Tips to Help You Nail Your EMT Job Interview

After getting the required qualifications to be an EMT, your next hurdle will be passing an EMT interview. While interviews can be terrifying, preparing well will set you up for success. Whether this is your first job or you’re a veteran changing ambulance companies, these 10 tips can help you get over the jitters and ace your EMT interview. Get

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29
Nov

How Hard Is EMT School? Expectations vs. Reality

The job of an EMT is hard, so training for it must be challenging too, right? Well, you’ll be surprised to learn that EMT school is not as hard as you think. But, just like every course, its difficulty will depend on the level you’re studying for and your ambitions. Discover what it takes to go through EMT school and

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16
Nov

EMS Jobs 101: Everything About EMS Roles, Duties, Salaries, and How to Apply

EMS jobs require hard work, commitment, and sacrifice. To save lives, EMTs and paramedics must work together smoothly. If you want to have a job in EMS, you must understand the difference between the roles and responsibilities. Plus, knowing the career path and salary expectations in EMS can also help you plan your future. This guide will help you understand

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1
Nov

EMS School Guide: How Long Is It and How Much Does It Cost?

Before you can become an EMT or paramedic, you must complete a course at EMS school. Completing an EMS course takes time, commitment, and ambition. So, being well-prepared and knowing what you want is always best before you apply.  This article answers every question you may have about EMS school. Discover the different qualifications, what you need before you apply,

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27
Sep

6 Benefits of Being a Volunteer EMT

  Being a volunteer EMT is one of the easiest ways to get into EMS. However, there are many more perks to being a volunteer EMT than just getting firsthand EMS experience. So, if you’re considering becoming one, the benefits listed here will help you decide. Who Is a Volunteer EMT? Volunteer EMTs work alongside professional EMTs to carry out

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23
Aug

How to Become an EMT

Whether the thought of saving lives or Nicolas Cage’s “Bringing Out The Dead” made you want to become an EMT (Emergency Medical Technician), having a passion for it certainly helps. But, you need more than just passion to become an EMT. Discover the education, experience, and skills you need before you can begin your career as an EMT. Educational Requirements

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25
Jul

8 Essential EMS Safety Tips You Need to Follow

The world of EMS comes with many potential threats and dangers. So, while trying hard to save other people’s lives, it is important to keep yourself safe too. Prevent hazards and accidents in EMS by following these 8 safety tips. Whether you’re new to the job or have plenty of experience, these tips will help you keep yourself, your partner,

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25
Jul

Can You Be a Part-Time EMT?

The short answer is yes. Absolutely. You can be a part-time EMT. One of the perks of being an EMT is having control over your schedule. While the industry standard is a 50-hour workweek, not every EMT or paramedic works that much. You may have other priorities if you’re a student, a mom, or a carer. So, if full-time doesn’t

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