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 February the podcast hit 30,000 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:
- 141 published episodes on medic2medicpodcast.com, Spreaker.com, iTunes, and Stitcher.
- 30,000 downloads and listens.
- 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 141 is Nathan Hudson. The podcast goes overseas to speak with Nathan Hudson. Nathan is the Emergency Service Operations Delivery Director for the West Midlands Ambulance Service in the United Kingdom. Nathan joined West Midlands Ambulance Service 26 years ago. He has been a registered Paramedic for 19 years Nathan qualified as an emergency medical technician and worked on front-line ambulances to respond to 999 calls. Two years later he became a qualified Paramedic, before furthering his skills to become a Trauma Paramedic. Nathan’s career during the next 13 years continued with progression where he undertook roles numerous roles. In 2010 Nathan was appointed as General Manager for Birmingham and was responsible for the day-to-day running of front-line operations in England’s 2nd largest city. Last year Nathan was appointed to the position he currently holds as Emergency Services Operations Delivery Director and is now responsible for the operational running of the Trusts emergency front-line operations in the West Midlands. Nathan discusses how the service covers 5000 square miles and responds to 4000 calls a day? Wait there is more, as Nathan tells about the staggering number of personnel and ambulances that make up the West Midlands. We discuss where did 999 come from? If you thought about working in the UK, Nathan explains how West Midlands hire. If you want to know more about their hiring process contact Nathan via email email@example.com