Congratulations! I knew you'd get er done!
Congrats Lima, knew you'd do fine.
Nicely done Lima! Congrats! :congrats:
Now go get your Medic!
Very well done Lima!
Hush that noise!!! :nono: Get your R.N.!!! :hand10: Take it from one that knows. A injuried Paramedic that can't work the trucks anymore has no other avenues left. :blink: Even a R.N. who can't physically take care of patients has other oppurtunities in medicine. There will always be a need for them. The EMT is a great start because even if you get a R.N. the emergency training will not fail you. Besides....in most states I believe a R.N. can work ambulance....and then there is air ambulanes.
To be young and healthy with choices before you. :congrats: Enjoy.
Congrats Lima! I had no doubts you'd pass. No doubt it's a very proud moment for you. :yup:
Yeah, if they have their EMT or Medic, not in the capacity of a nurse. Only a couple of states (Such as Penn.) have PHRNs, and even then their utility is questioned.Quote:
Besides....in most states I believe a R.N. can work ambulance
Don't guide someone away from EMS just because. Sure, EMS is limited, but it's still in its infancy. There's a ton you can learn in medic school that you wouldn't in RN school. Nothing wrong with being rounded.
Good job Lima. I missed this thread til now, but I have no doubt that you can do whatever you put your mind to.
Nothing wrong with being "well rounded" unless you count the time and money that could have gotten one a R.N....better money, better opportunities, longer career advantages.
Work EMS when you are young and healthy, but don't forget to look to the future.