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I completed my sectors EMT-B course recently and am now a NREMT-B. I have no prior experience in the field and am looking forward to picking everyone's brain on how to better my care and skillset.
Currently taking EMT-B Courses. Clinicals start in January. Will be taking Registry Exam first or second week of March 2019.

Consider this my place holder until then.
Hey folks, can't remember if I introduced myself or not..... prior guard 68W, current TECC/TCCC instructor. Full time gig is a trooper/flight paramedic in my agencies aviation command. NRP/CCEMTP and the associated alphabet certs. Currently studying for FP-C.
Emt b. Working for a private company in an urban area. We do a healthy mix of emergency contracts and inter facility transports. I’ll be going for medic after I’m finished with school and possibly an rn bridge program after that.

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25 years of EMS experience in total. 21 year Paramedic both state and national registry, the vast majority of which has been spent as a career firefighter paramedic. Private ambo Paramedic for a couple years as well as a ER tech for 2. 4 years as an EMT basic prior to that. SWAT medic with a regional interagency team for two years. TECC, PHTLS, PALs, ACLS. I teach a portion of our annual active violent event training at work every year and am a EMS FTO with my current agency.
Firefighter/EMT for 2 years, in paramedic school. Assigned to the state USAR task force as a rescue specialist for a year. I have so much to learn, and I look forward to it.
Not an "in the field" guy; I'm a physical therapist. Did home health for about 13 years; the past 3 have been outpatient ortho. No, I'm not going to diagnose your back pain for you over the internet.
EMT-Basic, roughly one year of experience. First nine months were on a busy reservation service, about twenty runs per 40/48 hour shift. Little trauma, but some truly astonishing medical calls. Changed fields for a bit and came back to EMS. Currently at a horribly slow rural service. Will probably start an EMT-A training program soon.
911 paramedic/firefighter with a few tech specialties since 2016 (2.5 years emt before). Run out of a 3 station suburban city in Ohio with about 7500 calls a year. Love medicine and always looking to be better! Pharmacology is my weakest area for sure
NremtB, North Dakota EMT, SWAT Medic. 4 station Fire Department we provide Als transport. SWAT team covers a large swath of western north Dakota and eastern Montana.

Was a 68W in the 501st and subsequently spent time in the broader as well. Almost always spent my time on the line.