Paramedics and EMTs would obviously relate to the real-life stories, rants, and stresses of the job. But firefighters, police, ER personnel and their families, and other hidden parts of the 911 response system have also enjoyed reading a book that tells it like it really is and makes you laugh while doing so.
Author Jim Haden is a paramedic specialist in Iowa. After starting his EMS career as a volunteer with a local fire department in Bridgeport, Nebraska, he continued his education at the University of Iowa and completed his paramedic training. He has spent the last 22 years working for a private ambulance service which has the 911 contract for Sioux City, IA, answering just under 10,000 calls per year.
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