This show is a little different. We’re going to talk about prehospital care from the point of view of an EMS liaison.
He sees the results of good treatment in the field. He sees what happens when treatment is done poorly.
And he’s also able to see the differences between the care provided by career and volunteer departments.
He can tell you what results in the best patient outcomes.
Roger Dyjak is a firefighter and an EMT-B for the Memphis, Michigan Volunteer Fire Department. He works at two Michigan hospitals as the EMS Liaison.
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