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Want to know what it's like to be a part of an ALS Fire Department Rescue, you need only read RESPONDING by Lieutenant Michael Morse. It is really a voyeuristic thrill ride of 38 hours traversing the City of Providence with an experienced Fire Fighter and his partner responding to all types of Medical events. The book grabs you on page 1 and refuses to let you go until youWant to know what it's like to be a part of an ALS Fire Department Rescue, you need only read RESPONDING by Lieutenant Michael Morse. It is really a voyeuristic thrill ride of 38 hours traversing the City of Providence with an experienced Fire Fighter and his partner responding to all types of Medical events. The book grabs you on page 1 and refuses to let you go until you have completed this adventure. The Highs and Lows of all the runs. You meet the folks of Providence at their worse and how they are treated by a veteran of the Fire Service & EMS. Lieutenant Morse tells a factual story of what it takes to be in EMS in Providence and a tale of the City of Providence. The only problem with this tale is that it stopped! I am hooked, and so will you! This tells you what really happens in a manner that is true and empathetic. You will finish wanting more. As I want more now! A super page turner that you won't want to put down...... Old Jake...

Title : Responding
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ISBN : 19472901
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 190 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Responding Reviews

  • Steve
    2018-12-12 05:13

    An excellent follow-on to Rescuing Providence. Good that Michael shows the human side of an EMS responder, especially one that remembers he is a health care provider. It can be all too easy to become jaded and forget that the person on the gig is a living breathing person that needs your help. Michael is very up-front with the fatigue that comes with being a caregiver full-time to strangers as well as someone he loves at home and the strain that can put on anyone. Stands as a reminder to those on the rigs that our patients are people with all the baggage they come with and that they stil deserve to be treated with dignity and respect no matter who they are.

  • Andrew
    2018-11-29 02:05

    4.5 stars. An excellent look into the world through a series of vignettes in a well written first person style. Not always all the details, but enough to get the picture, as well as an idea of just what sticks with us after the calls. It also humanizes the profession. I'll definitely be picking up his other book.