Saturday, May 30

Dear Happy, this one time...

I've been getting emails from some regular readers with their tales of 911 calls that made them smile, laugh or question the way their service works.

I'd like to share some of them with the rest of you as well as ask you to send in your tales.

Many of you have your own blogs and outlets, but others may not. If you need a place to vent, here it is. Send your tale to thehappymedic at gmail dot com and I'll sort through and pick a few here and there to send along.

The rules are simple: No names, no locations, no pictures. Include what kind of service you work for and a little bit about the system. (BLS third tier rescue motorcycle in the Midwest.)

We all know the same silliness exists all over the world, send me your favorites and let's all smile together!


Captain said...

Long time lurker, first time poster. Love your blog and hope to see it continue on while your making your changes. Quick question, If someone wanted to get an e-mail to the American Medical Service (Those people at the end of the 911 calls and those who manage the system) for a Friendly worded opinion on a major flaw in the system, Where might that be? Long live the medic, and those he cares for!

The Happy Medic said...

Funny your AMS matches another acronym I use at work for people not acting properly.

Your letter to the American Medical System (Assuming you don't mean the corporate ambulance company colored red white and blue) belongs anywhere you can put it.

Heck, send it to me.