>>>>My service is mostly flight paramedics (but we are all required to be RN's in the future) our practice is bed side to bed side. Once >>>>contact is made with the patient we follow them all the way to their destination
In no way do I want to re-ignite the RN vs. EMT-P issue, but I find it curious that your service requires all medics to obtain RN licensure. Where is your program - is it in the US? When you were hired, what were you told about management's reasons behind this? How long do you have to upgrade to RN? What is your flight mix (scene vs. IF)?
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