Getting Started.... for the old!

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Old Medic Guy

Getting Started.... for the old!

Postby Old Medic Guy » Thu Sep 07, 2017 12:37 pm

Afternoon!

So I'm an old medic, like in my 50's old, and am looking for life after EMS. I'm hoping some of you will help with advice on how to get started doing this up here in Massachusetts. And what equipment I may need to obtain beyond a bp cuff and stethoscope.

I've read some of the board, did some searches, and other then courses to get "certified" and companies that may or may not hire you. I obviously have the skills like taking a BP and such.

Thanks for any help or suggestions.

Rich

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Re: Getting Started.... for the old!

Postby berykute » Thu Sep 07, 2017 7:41 pm

I was a Paramedic for 25 years, this is my older age job now. You need a centrifuge, portable EKG machine, fax or scanner, lots of paper. Scale, tape measure. these are the basics.

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Re: Getting Started.... for the old!

Postby Guest » Fri Sep 22, 2017 10:52 am

I've left the business but I'm selling my equipment. EKG, bp cuff,stethoscope, centrifuge, blood/urine kits and more.
I live in New Hampshire. If you're interested post an email address or a phone number and I will contact you.


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