This episode of the podcast is joined by Paramedic Matthew Monahemi, one of the founders of MURU. This new app is focused on the EMS provider. Super easy to use and the best part? It is tailored to you the user.
EMS Office Hours is the EMS podcast that discusses various EMS topics. Jim Hoffman is the show lead with his co-hosts Josh Knapp along with David Brenner and they are joined by frequent guest speakers in the EMS industry. Geared for the EMS provider, this show encourages interaction via the blog, email, Twitter, Instagram and FaceBook.
You can contact Jim direct at contact(at) emsofficehours.com.
This first episode of 2021 is a bit of a change up for us. But we wanted to take a moment and give some tips and advice for your personal use. So many EMS professionals live paycheck to paycheck and never plan for retirement,
Everything in EMS isn’t negative. If you just think of what may be simple like ABC’s. There is so much that encompasses that. You should be proud and acknowledge yourself for having that knowledge and privilege to apply it.
What if Family Feud asked this question of EMS? “Name something you thought you were going to do at work today but didn’t” Plus – adult vs pediatric BVM use and how old is too old in EMS? See the article on BVM use talked about in the show here.
This episode of the show we talk about EMS drones, how to deal with a messy truck (aka – bus, ambulance etc.) , refusals and reality. Find out how to get your free copy of the EMS Quick Study Guide. I’ll even cover shipping. See why here.
This episode of the show we are joined by Dr Paul Louis who has created a new device to help keep healthcare professionals safe when treating patients during a respiratory pandemic. Check out the Aerosoless Medical website here Listen to the audio her…
… Said no one in EMS ever. This episode of the show talks about the idea that social workers should be responding to EMS psychiatric calls instead of law enforcement. Great for LE (we all know they hate those calls anyway). But bad for EMS.