"I WATCHED HIM TURN AROUND WALK BACK TO THE CHAIR HE'D BEEN SITTING ON, GRAB IT WITH ONE HAND AND THROW IT AT THE CEILING, LIKE IT WAS NOTHING. WEIRD ENOUGH, IT STUCK. ALL FOR LEGS WERE EMBEDDED IN THE DRYWALL AND WERE SEVERAL INCHES DEEP. I WAS GLAD THE DEMON WAS DEAD. SQUISHED BY THE OAK SINGLE SEAT. MY PATIENT THEN TURNED TO ME AND SAID "I GOT THE ******, NOW! LETS GO GET ME SOME DRUGS". SO WE DID EXACTLY THAT (AT THE HOSPITAL)."
MEDICS AND THE ER: HOW CAN SOMETHING SO OBVIOUS BE SUCH A CHALLENGE.
Having Paramedics in the ER is a common sense move for so many places, but the limitations and oversight can be a python wrapped around a helpless prey squeezing and squeezing.
I have had the pleasure of working some very wonderful ER’s but have run face first into some very interesting issues. If you get a chance to work a hospital setting check, double check and verify that the following issues are covered: