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New Paramedic

Discussion in 'Firefighter/EMS Talk' started by uselessmedic, Feb 12, 2007.

  1. uselessmedic


    Nov 16, 2006
    London, Ky.
    In Ky a few yrs ago, it was 286 clinical hrs and 500 hrs ride time, but I ended up with 556 hrs ride time to get my v-fib code in, so if you are required to do a v-fib code it may take some time. A week after riding time was over I ended up with 3 v-fib codes. I think it;s not hrs anymore it's pt contacts. A medic student during ride time must have 75 pt contacts these days. Good luck, hope the black cloud don;t find you.