The first ambulance I got on the road was the one I’d always wanted to get on.
I’d had a lot of experiences that made me think I’d like being a paramedical, but it wasn’t until a few years later when I was doing the job that I really understood what I was getting myself into.
It was the first ambulance service I’d ever had and it’s still the first I’ve ever driven, and it made me realise how much I wanted to become a paramedico.
The paramedic who drove my ambulance to the scene of the crash, in a green vehicle, was a paramedics first officer, a person who was part of the team that got the patient, and he had been in the ambulance business for more than 20 years.
I’ve always had an affinity for ambulance work, but I hadn’t really got into it until I had my first one.
He drove my car to the site, gave me the radio, gave instructions on how to use the emergency lights, gave directions to where the ambulance was going, and when we got there, he got the car into the ambulance and I took the ambulance out of the ambulance.
It’s one of the things that really struck me, as I was learning to drive, is that you have to be aware of how you’re driving.
You have to know what’s around you.
You can’t be distracted.
And you have the capability to get to a destination with as little time as you need.
And in some circumstances, it can even be quicker to get out of a car than to get in, because it’s a little bit easier to be in the vehicle.
But at the same time, there’s a certain responsibility, you have a duty to the patient and the other drivers to make sure they’re getting the correct information.
You don’t want to have a collision because the other driver isn’t listening.
But the most important thing is that when you get to the hospital, you’re there to do your job.
You’re there for the patient.
You need to know where the patient is and how they’re doing.
When you get in the car, you don’t know who’s in the back seat, and you don, you know the name of the patient; you can tell them what they need to do, you can give them the right directions, and then you can go and help them.
You may be the first person in the hospital but the first thing you’ll do is give the patient the information.
And that’s where the power of a paramedo comes in.
When I got in the service, I didn’t know any other paramedic at the time.
The first year was kind of a learning curve for me, but as I progressed, I’d really become a good driver.
I remember driving to the emergency room at the end of the day and the first time I saw a patient, I thought, “I’m gonna get in this car, I’m gonna make sure I get them to their destination.”
I would go to the patients bedside and ask them about what was wrong with their health and they would tell me.
The second year I got into the service and I started driving in the north of England, I was able to get into more of the country.
And when I got to the east of England I had a really good opportunity to get more into that area of the UK, and I got very lucky because there was a lot more of a medical culture here in the south of England than in the west.
And because I was driving around, I got a lot closer to the people that were really involved with treating patients, so I got much more involved in helping people in the first year.
But, overall, it was very rewarding for me.
It taught me a lot about being a good paramedic, about knowing where the patients are and how you can help them, and getting to know the patients better.
What do you say to people who are looking to become paramedics?
Do you ever get a little nervous?
I never have, and there’s nothing you can do to get over that.
It comes with being a young paramedic.
I had one of my best years as a paramediocommunication officer, and the paramedic I’m most proud of, is the one who’s got the biggest job on the ambulance team.
She’s the one in the middle.
But if someone asks you, “What’s your role?” and you say, “The role of a first officer is to get patients to their destinations and make sure the patients get to their beds,” then I’ve got no hesitation in saying, “It’s not my role to tell you how to do that.”
And that doesn’t mean I’m a bit arrogant or boastful, because that’s not what I do.
My job is to help the patient get the