Medic Up! Episode #6 – Shawn W. – 2017 Paramedic Graduate & Me

This week is the final week of the “Recent Paramedic Graduate” or whatever I’ve been calling it week-to-week series. I hope you’ve enjoyed listening to these guys and girls as they shared their experiences from medic school and their first few years in the career field.

Shawn stopped by the Medic Up! studios to talk about being a “Baby Medic” who actually has a paramedic card that he has to be  careful with because the ink is still wet. This guy literally walked down the aisle to graduate 100 days prior to recording this episode.

This is probably one of  my favorite episodes to date which is mostly due to the openness and sincerity that Shawn brought to the episode. I have no doubt that Shawn is going to get a lot out of his career choice because it is evident how much he is willing t put into it. If you’re a student going through school I am sure you can relate to much of what Shawn talks about.

Thank you, guys, for listening. We passed 1,000 downloads this past week which is 999 more than I thought that I’d ever get. If you keep listening, I’ll keep creating.

I am always open to suggestions as to what or who you want to hear. Contact Medic Up! by leaving a comment or messaging us on Facebook by searching for @Medic.Up.Podcast.


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