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  • Jason McLaughlin
  • March 28, 2017 03:42:52 AM
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Beyond Pavement is a blog produced by the staff of SALA Remote Medics. Here you will find promotions, interesting stories, tales of the field, and personal attributes of being a remote healthcare provider throughout the world.

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Winter Photo Contest

Part of the lure of our career is going to some amazing places and meeting incredible people along the way. One way to capture the essence of this is to do a photo contest. Photos are submitted by our staff and voted on by a third party individual who looks at a multitude of qualities … Continue reading Winter Photo Contest → The post Winter Photo Contest appeared first on SALA Remote...

Part of the lure of our career is going to some amazing places and meeting incredible people along the way. One way to capture the essence of this is to do a photo contest.

Photos are submitted by our staff and voted on by a third party individual who looks at a multitude of qualities to include friendship, fun, uniqueness, unusuality, or peculiar. 

Here are the Top 5 Photos 

Number 5:

#5

Photo submitted by Paramedic, Michael Opp showing a Red Fox running across the great white tundra.

Number 4:

#4

Photo submitted by Water Technician, Aris Brimanis titled COVID can’t touch this!  

Number 3:

#3

Photo submitted by Water Technician, Matt Fisher showing the sun setting on over the ice road. 

Number 2:

#2

Photo submitted by Water Technician, Matt Fisher. The sun, the moon, and miles away from our camp.

Number 1 and Winner of this Year’s Winter Photo Contest:

#1

Photo submitted by Paramedic, Sean White. Baby, it’s cold outside, but not when we’re together! 

Thank you to all of our staff members for sending in tons of photos from this past winter. We wish everyone can win, but there can only be one winner. However, we look forward to seeing the best photos of our summer projects and will crown our newest champion!

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Headed for Hurricane Harvey

We want to wish our medics safe travels as they head to the Gulf Coast for Hurricane Harvey to provide much-needed relief efforts to all in need! The sacrifice that YOU and all responders make to help others in second to none. The post Headed for Hurricane Harvey appeared first on SALA Remote...

We want to wish our medics safe travels as they head to the Gulf Coast for Hurricane Harvey to provide much-needed relief efforts to all in need! The sacrifice that YOU and all responders make to help others in second to none.

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Trauma is Rarely Seen in the Remote Setting

You Must See A Lot of Trauma Where You Work? This is the question that I get most often after other responders discover what my profession is and some of the places that I go to. Except, I am going to tell you that I quickly take the wind out of their sails. To be … Continue reading Trauma is Rarely Seen in the Remote Setting → The post Trauma is Rarely Seen in the Remote Setting appeared first on SALA Remote...

You Must See A Lot of Trauma Where You Work?

This is the question that I get most often after other responders discover what my profession is and some of the places that I go to. Except, I am going to tell you that I quickly take the wind out of their sails. To be honest, trauma is usually the least likely thing that we see out where we go.

Now, don’t get me wrong, we see some crazy things from time to time and we hand out our fair share of Band-aids for your everyday scratches and scrapes. But your true trauma, the ones you adrenaline junkies are looking for…well those trauma’s are rarely seen in the remote setting.

As a healthcare worker myself, I to believed that trauma would be the life of a remote provider. We often think of the emergency responses that we go to in our own communities. We base our stats on how many traumas and how many medicals our department goes on. Most departments go on far more medicals than large trauma’s, however, even your small rural system probably still attends to more bleeding than a good remote provider.

Safety Culture

What you have to take into consideration is that if you are a remote provider that primarily works on projects, the employees that you are protecting have a huge safety culture. They want to work and they want to make as much money as possible. Therefore, most individuals take the necessary precautions to keep their bank accounts full.

Unlike the urban system you are used to where people often make very bad choices leading to your response to their home, vehicle, or office; our community is made up of many policies and procedures that tend to take the bad choices out of the everyday decision.

The Truth

As you sit there and ponder if you want to leave the fast paced EMS system that you are in for a remote setting I will leave you with this.  As I have mentioned before, trauma is rare, in fact, it is quite rare. So, if you are that adrenaline junkie looking for the next big excitement, or you are brand new to the industry, stay where you are.

However, if you are at that stage in the game where that high-paced life is not what you need anymore and what to see parts of the world that most won’t get to go, meet new people, and challenge your ability to manage a difficult medical patient for many hours then this may be a good consideration. To help you better understand our industry, I have put together the Top 10 categories treated over the last year.

 

About the Author:

Jason McLaughlin is the General Manager of SALA Remote Medics. He has been in the Emergency Medical Services Field for 17 years and has a Degree in Organizational Leadership and Emergency Management from Colorado State University. To learn more about remote medicine or SALA Remote Medics email jasonmclaughlin@salamedics.com

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We Thank You During Nurses Week 2017

Nurses To all the nurses out there, we thank you for what you do each and every day of the week and especially during Nurses Week 2017.  It does not matter where you work or how you get it done. What matters is the care that you put into your profession and the patients you … Continue reading We Thank You During Nurses Week 2017 → The post We Thank You During Nurses Week 2017 appeared first on SALA Remote...

Nurses Week 2017Nurses

To all the nurses out there, we thank you for what you do each and every day of the week and especially during Nurses Week 2017.  It does not matter where you work or how you get it done. What matters is the care that you put into your profession and the patients you treat.

SALA Remote Medics are proud to employ many special nurses and our organization would not be what it is without them.  To learn more about how to become a nurse or just general knowledge head over to the American Nurses Association for more information.

 

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11th Annual RACI Conference

Join Dr. Michael Levy, SALA Remote Medics Medical Director for the 11th Annual RACI Conference.  This Conference will start the second decade in bringing the top providers of emergency and resuscitative medicine to Alaska. Register Today! The post 11th Annual RACI Conference appeared first on SALA Remote...

RACI ConferenceJoin Dr. Michael Levy, SALA Remote Medics Medical Director for the 11th Annual RACI Conference.  This Conference will start the second decade in bringing the top providers of emergency and resuscitative medicine to Alaska.

Register Today!

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Summertime Adventures

Summertime adventures bring exciting times both personally and professionally. Many of the activities provide a sense of adventure, emotion, and motivation. However, there is also an inheret danger in all of these to consider. Make sure your health and safety are protected with SALA Remote Medics by your side! No summer activity is too big or … Continue reading Summertime Adventures → The post Summertime Adventures appeared first on SALA Remote...

Summertime adventures bring exciting times both personally and professionally.Summertime adventures

Many of the activities provide a sense of adventure, emotion, and motivation. However, there is also an inheret danger in all of these to consider. Make sure your health and safety are protected with SALA Remote Medics by your side!

No summer activity is too big or too small for our services. Take a look around SALA Remote Medics and discover how we can help you at your next project location or cross-country adventure and contact us directly for more information.

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