Do You Have What It Takes to Become a Paramedic?

The ambulance life is for a select few who can handle high stress situations and lots of blood. Lots of it. Are you one of them?

Uniform Stories
Created by Uniform Stories
On Mar 29, 2017

What can you not handle?

Which one of these is a weakness of yours?

What's a strength of yours?

What disturbs you the most?

You're under a lot of stress. How do you usually react?

What activity would you be willing to do?

What do you feel about doctor shows?

What would attract you most to taking a job offer?

How much do you need your sleep?

What college course would you find most beneficial?

Would your friends trust you with directions?

What would make you quit a job?

What are you in your friend group?

If you were playing a basketball game (and you were good at it), how would you play?

Not at this time

Not at this time

Leave all that blood and vomit for the next guy. You'd rather have your regular hours or get a job that better expresses your creativity. Preferably one that doesn't make you nauseous on a regular basis. But if you’re dead set on a medical career, put in enough effort and anything is attainable!

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You're on your way

You're on your way

Hit the books a little harder, because you're almost there! Maybe you're a little squeamish or perhaps you have some character traits that may keep you back. Pop some advil, or get some experience under your belt and you'll be manning the ambulance and saving lives in no time!

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You're meant to be in the EMS field

You're meant to be in the EMS field

Don't you hear those sirens calling your name? Not as an injury victim, but as the rescuer! You were meant to be saving lives, and you're not afraid to get your hands dirty. Whether it be your ability to function in high stress situations or your love of caring for people, the ambulance life is for you!

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