Posted by: medicblog999 | May 28, 2010

Some light hearted relief!

After all the heavy subjects recently, a quick little film posted on the Chronicles of EMS web site by one of our friends from Germany Sascha Fehr, will be sure to bring a smile to your face!

When we travel to Germany, we will be working alongside Sasch, and I cant wait!

Anyway, enjoy!!

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Responses

  1. Hahahahaha! That was great!

  2. Thanks for the laugh!!

  3. Dear Mark,I´am really looking forward to work with You Guys, You will be amazed when You find out how different our System is to Yours. A German Paramedic Hands are often bound that is sometimes really tuff, You may see a German Paramedic as an EMT in Your System. This Clip is very funny on one side everybody in EMS will recordnize a little bit of him- or herself when You got an new Vehicle. But when You are stressed or You are getting board of Your job, having to much daily routine….!!! That is a really dangerous time for Your Patient and Your Team faults are made easily and than something really bad can happen. So open Your Eyes! (CRM Crew-Resource-Management)And don´t forget to laugh when You see that clip :-)Take Care Sascha

  4. Due to the deep traditions of our region in the field of emergency in 2005 was taken initiative to establish a Museum of Rescue in Krakow. The only such collection in Poland exhibits cover various fields such as emergency medical rescue services, aviation, mountain, sea, road, mining and other, wider field of rescue. Founding Rescue Museum in Krakow is the Foundation for Aviation Rescue them. Boguslaw Arendarczyka and Janusz Rybicki was established by a notarial deed on 28 May 1998, patrons of our projects were pilots Sanitary Aviation Team in Krakow, who 11 August 1994, died in a PZL W3 Sokol helicopter crash during the rescue operation in the Tatras. Together with Janusz Boguslaw Arendarczykiem Rybicki and death in the crash suffered by rescuers from the Tatra Mountain Volunteer Rescue in Zakopane: Janusz Kubica and Stanislaw Mateja.Groups of fans among them pilots, doctors and nurses working in the Sanitary Aviation Complex in Krakow, Malopolska Column Transport Sanitary, Cracow Emergency Medical Service, and Cracow became the founding hospitals of the Foundation. We were surrounded by the honorary patronage of the Minister of Health, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Administration, National Guard Commander of the City Fire Brigade in Krakow and Malopolska Governor. The Foundation focuses on the conduct of rescue operations at home and abroad, transportation of organs for transplantation (Rotterdam) as well as involvement in numerous humanitarian operations (such as floods in the Czech Republic). So far managed to attract to the museum for more than 20 emergency vehicles such as ambulances, military ambulances, fire engines, police cars (Police / MO), rescue helicopter and a number of smaller equipment, supplies, uniforms, old maps, documents and saving models (vehicles, vessels air, etc.). To broaden the exposure we are trying to acquire artifacts from the rescue of friendly units from Europe and the United States. Last year we signed with the Municipality and the Museum of Niepolomice letter of intent on the creation of the Museum of Emergency in Niepolomice. When the Museum is to be built Rescue School for children. At the Museum of Emergency has been selected object with the hall of 1600 m2 in eclipse. The hall will also be adjacent to the collection of vehicles from the communist period. The museum is currently at the stage of removal of exhibits from Krakow. Please also take this opportunity to support and help mainly in the field of building materials needed for the early development of the facility and the opening of the permanent exhibition. Please also ask for help in accessing the exhibits to the museum. Maybe you could pass any old withdrawn and unnecessary items, uniforms, patches, emergency equipment, vehicles in our museum. Thank you in advance for your support and we hope that our museum will be an important element of the tour for any enthusiast to the Polish rescue.



  5. Due to the deep traditions of our region in the field of emergency in 2005 was taken initiative to establish a Museum of Rescue in Krakow. The only such collection in Poland exhibits cover various fields such as emergency medical rescue services, aviation, mountain, sea, road, mining and other, wider field of rescue. Founding Rescue Museum in Krakow is the Foundation for Aviation Rescue them. Boguslaw Arendarczyka and Janusz Rybicki was established by a notarial deed on 28 May 1998, patrons of our projects were pilots Sanitary Aviation Team in Krakow, who 11 August 1994, died in a PZL W3 Sokol helicopter crash during the rescue operation in the Tatras. Together with Janusz Boguslaw Arendarczykiem Rybicki and death in the crash suffered by rescuers from the Tatra Mountain Volunteer Rescue in Zakopane: Janusz Kubica and Stanislaw Mateja.Groups of fans among them pilots, doctors and nurses working in the Sanitary Aviation Complex in Krakow, Malopolska Column Transport Sanitary, Cracow Emergency Medical Service, and Cracow became the founding hospitals of the Foundation. We were surrounded by the honorary patronage of the Minister of Health, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Administration, National Guard Commander of the City Fire Brigade in Krakow and Malopolska Governor. The Foundation focuses on the conduct of rescue operations at home and abroad, transportation of organs for transplantation (Rotterdam) as well as involvement in numerous humanitarian operations (such as floods in the Czech Republic). So far managed to attract to the museum for more than 20 emergency vehicles such as ambulances, military ambulances, fire engines, police cars (Police / MO), rescue helicopter and a number of smaller equipment, supplies, uniforms, old maps, documents and saving models (vehicles, vessels air, etc.). To broaden the exposure we are trying to acquire artifacts from the rescue of friendly units from Europe and the United States. Last year we signed with the Municipality and the Museum of Niepolomice letter of intent on the creation of the Museum of Emergency in Niepolomice. When the Museum is to be built Rescue School for children. At the Museum of Emergency has been selected object with the hall of 1600 m2 in eclipse. The hall will also be adjacent to the collection of vehicles from the communist period. The museum is currently at the stage of removal of exhibits from Krakow. Please also take this opportunity to support and help mainly in the field of building materials needed for the early development of the facility and the opening of the permanent exhibition. Please also ask for help in accessing the exhibits to the museum. Maybe you could pass any old withdrawn and unnecessary items, uniforms, patches, emergency equipment, vehicles in our museum. Thank you in advance for your support and we hope that our museum will be an important element of the tour for any enthusiast to the Polish rescue.



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