Tag Archives: EMS

A Story You Don’t Want To Miss: Medic2Medic Podcast Episode 76

I had the honor to talk to Daniel Mills a few weeks back.  Daniel is the founder of 911 Buddy Check.  911 Buddy Check is an avenue for 911 providers to check in or reach out for help dealing with things they see everyday. 911 Buddy Check goes deep into the broken culture of  the “Tough […]

The FBI and EMS

I am not sure how many of you remember the television show “The FBI”, a Quinn Martin Production . This was an action show on ABC that started in 1965 and ran until 1974. If I recall it was sponsored by the Ford Motor Company.  Wikipedia also states that the American Tobacco Company was a […]

Customer Service: It Only Takes One!

American Airlines, Royal Caribbean Cruise Line, EMS and Customer Service I bet that you never would see the above words used together. This story is about ownership and problem solving and that is what we do every day in EMS. This story is about the adventure with American Airlines and Royal Caribbean and their customer service […]

A Special Pink Episode of Medic2Medic Podcast

Back in April, Medic2Medic Podcast Blog published a post tiltled Cancer Invades Cary Area EMS. (http://medic2medicpodcast.fireemsblogs.com/2016/04/07/cancer-invades-cary-area-ems/).  I am proud to say here is a follow up to the blog plus a podcast. Today marks the one year anniversary of Cary Area EMS’s Division Chief Tammy Patton learning her diagnosis of breast cancer. Tammy is doing well and […]

Episode 46 of Medic2Medic Podcast: To Wear Gloves or Not?

Do we need to wear gloves with every patient encounter? Is EMS education behind the times when it comes to educating EMTs and Paramedics regarding infectious diseases? You came to the right podcast for answers. Katherine West joins me on the podcast and we talk about all kinds topics related to infectious disease. Katherine West […]

Why and How Did I Start Medic2Medic Podcast?

Before I answer the questions, Medic2Medic Podcast received it’s 5,000 download this week. I continue to be humbled and grateful to my listeners and especially to my guests. Just like a an Uber Driver being asked why and how long have you been driving for Uber, I have received the same questions about why and […]