Advantages and disadvantages of becoming a paramedic


Advantages and disadvantages of becoming a paramedic
Advantages and disadvantages of becoming a
There are many pros of doing AISHE Approved Paramedical Course. The list
could go on and on, but let's just list some of the pros that I think are the
There is no other sensation in this world than saving someone's life or
attending to the birth of a baby. I cannot even begin to explain the
overwhelming feeling of seeing that first heartbeat on the heart monitor
connected to a human being, once pulse less and breathless.
Camaraderie that makes a great professional. The camaraderie among
MHRD Approved Paramedical Courses is second to none. You will build a
relationship with your colleagues unlike any other. When you work with
someone for so long you already know what they are thinking before they know
what they are thinking. This must happen so that patients can be treated in a
timely manner, safely, without problems. When you have this camaraderie with
each other things tend to simply happen and flow without needing anything to
say in the way of treating patients.
If you have ever seen a funeral procession by a fallen paramedic, you will
understand this full term. Closed roads and a procession can go for kilometres.
You will have to go to out-of-state stations to cover paramedics fallen into
service, so that as many of your colleagues can be part of this possible event.
Another advantage is being a respected member of National Council of
Paramedical. You will receive random acts of kindness towards you just for
being a paramedic. This is not a reason to be a paramedic, but it is certainly a
good professional. You will be respected by everyone. When you show up at
school, children everywhere are not surprised that there are friends. Mom or
Dad is a paramedic. When you are out of the house doing errands after leaving
the shift, you may find people randomly thanking him for his service and giving
him the blessing of God.
The lack of constant supervision is something that I love. Who wants to
have someone constantly breathing in the neck? To be a paramedic from
Paramedical Council is to trust someone's life. For this they often have to be
alone with a person for up to 24 hours at a time and never see a supervisor.
This type of trust allows this kind of thing to happen. You are confident that you
are going to do what you are supposed to be and what you are supposed to be.
This does not mean that you can do what you want, because I assure you that
the management usually is not that far away.
You have the opportunity to drive fast and policemen get out of their way.
The first time I ran lights and sirens and a policeman stopped by the side of the
road while I burned ahead of him at 15 mph over the speed limit. This is one of
the few jobs in this world that allows for a little flexing of rules when it comes to
being on the road. Of course you cannot simply run through traffic lights at 75
mph like in the movies, but it does get you to run those trucks very hard and it's
so much fun.