Rachael Bailey, an Advanced Care Paramedic from Alberta, Canada, joins me on the podcast to talk about the the different levels of providers and working in Canada. I thought it would be interesting to hear how EMS works in places other than the United States. Rachael was good enough to come on an break it down for us and let us know about her experiences as she progressed through her training and what it’s like to practice in Canada.
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