Medic2Medic Podcast Rated as 1of the 10 Best EMS Podcasts by EMS1.com
In September of 2015, I decided to start a new adventure called Medic2Medic Podcast. This October the podcast hit 25,000 downloads. The podcast is working towards 150 episodes, finding a sponsor or advertiser. Medic2Medic Podcast is a podcast for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) providers, leaders, medical directors and people interested in EMS. Listen to their stories on how they become interested in EMS and why they took this path to help others.Please go to iTunes and rate or write a review or download current and past podcasts.
A few highlights and thanks:
- 130 published episodes on medic2medicpodcast.com, Spreaker.com, iTunes and Stitcher.
- 28k downloads.
- Over 5000 followers on Spreaker.com and those loyal followers on Twitter.
- Thanks to my listeners.
- Thanks to my family for their support.
- Thanks to Cary Area EMS for their support.
This Week on Medic2MedicEpisode
Episode 130 is Simon Taxel a Paramedic Crew Chief with the City of Pittsburgh Bureau of EMS. Simon is also on the Dive Team, a medical specialist on the Pennsylvania urban search and rescue strike team as well as a contributing author for JEMS and CE Solutions. He started his EMS career 14 years for Meadville Area Ambulance Service. After receiving his bachelor’s degree he moved to Pittsburgh to attend Paramedic School at Community College of Allegheny County and went to work for the City of Pittsburgh. Simon, as mentioned above is a frequent contributor to JEMS and his article on employee retention caught my eye. We discuss this article as well as others, his start in EMS, City of Pittsburgh EMS, the cold rivers of Pittsburgh and how he becomes involved in writing articles for JEMS.