Saturday, August 6, 2011

Welcome to the ER Observer

The purpose of this blog is to examine the daily life of an emergency department as they try and help those seeking medical services in the emergency setting. This is written by a real life Emergency Medical Technician working at a real Emergency Room. No hype, no exaggeration. Bringing you what Hollywood can only portray.

25 comments:

  1. Looks like this will be an interesting blog! +followed

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  2. I knew someone who was an EMT. Following++, don't let me down, post more!

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  3. My girlfriend got into the medical field. Nothing like what you are doing tho. +following

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  4. Great concept for a blog! I'm following this :).

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  5. I went to the ER once with blood pouring out my leg, had to wait 30min :|

    Still following :D

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  6. following this for sure, got to be usefull info!

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  7. Sounds really interesting, followed. I've never visited ER as a patient maybe you could describe us what it feels like.

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  8. looking forward to this. I'm looking forward to hearing real life rather than tv drama

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  9. I wonder if they'll be anything like the tv-series I watch

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  10. This really got my attention. I'm anticipating more! Followed.

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  11. Looking forward to what you post!
    +Follow.

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  12. I like the concept of this blog and appreciate seeing one like this

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  13. I'm down for some real hollywood style coverage. Count me in.

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  14. looking forward to what's coming!

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  15. Awesome, my girlfriend was a nurse for awhile, but she worked in pedes. This should be interesting and I am genuinely looking forward to it.
    +followed

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  16. this is an interesting idea for a blog, i cant wait to hear all the crazy things you get involved with in the ER
    +followed

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  17. Definitely interested. I'll be keeping up with you.

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  18. Should be interesting, I used to have a part time job at my hospital (admin not medical) and saw my share of odd stuff while there.

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  19. looking forward to this, keep it up!

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  20. this should be a really interesting blog to follow.

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