The Right Care

Today was kind of rough, from an emotional, what the hell is going on in the world, kind of way. It wasn’t especially busy, nor were the patients especially sick. We transported a guy to the hospital who could’ve driven himself. Then we cared for a young woman having a miscarriage. Then we responded to a low-speed MVC where the patient didn’t need a hospital. Then we brought a patient in, who by all accounts isn’t a great person and watched as the ER doctor treated him like a jerk. Oddly, it’s that call I just can’t shake today, and I’m bothered more by what I didn’t do, then what I did.

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