Top 5 EMT Blogs to Follow

Connecting with other emergency medical technicians (EMT) outside your local community is often challenging. One of the best ways to connect with EMTs outside of your local community is through EMT blogs, which are created and written by and for those trained to respond quickly to emergency situations such as fires, traumatic injuries, and medical crises. Here is our list of some of the best five EMT blogs to read and follow.

1. Everyday EMS Tips
Sometimes a quick read once a day is all EMTs have adequate time for. The Everyday EMS Tips blog posts vary in length, but are typically short and packed with information. Better yet, guest authors who are EMS professionals or EMS students write the blogs, which makes for laid-back, current and relatable content. Everyday EMS gives readers a little bit of everything, from EMS tips, reviews, podcasts, videos, and case studies.

emt-female-professional-in-front-of-ambulance2. Journal of Emergency Medical Services (JEMS) Editor Blog
In the JEMS Editor Blog, Editor-in-chief A.J Heightman, has 30 some years of EMS experience behind his back, making for an excellent blog. He posts a couple of times a month, and the visuals and content are well worth the wait. His posts are typically short, but engaging and thought-provoking.

3. Street Watch: Notes of a Paramedic
Street Watch is an intriguing blog, written by a demanding paramedic himself. The blog is an account of his daily life as a paramedic. The life of EMS personnel is different every day, which makes for thrilling stories. With a couple of new blog posts a week, the news is always contemporary and timely.

4. Life Under the Lights
If you’re interested in the future of EMS, Life Under the Lights is for you. Writer Chris Kaiser, an EMS Professional, and Firefighter, writes to shed professional light on the life of EMTs. His blogs center around breaking the stereotypes of EMS professionals and spreading awareness of the high-demand job for what it really is.

5. Survivor Medic
Survivor Medic is a blog for those interested in more than just EMS-specific content. Writer Jake Griebe has been a full-time paramedic since 2002, but he has also been involved with the Marine Corps infantry, teaching wilderness classes and survival classes. Because he writes about anything and everything he is feeling, his blog is refreshingly diverse.

There are several other EMT blogs well worth the read, which can be found on sites like JEMS and Fire EMS Blogs. Connecting with other EMT’s outside of your community has never been easier and can add exciting insight into your already exhilarating career.

About Mackenzie Thompson, Life Saver, NHCPS

Mackenzie is a seasoned life saver and a multifaceted professional in the medical field. With an impressive 8-year track record in medical education, Mackenzie boasts a comprehensive set of certifications, including ACLS, PALS, BLS, and CPR, which reflect her unwavering commitment and expertise. Her significant contributions to teaching and the development of medical content underscore her profound knowledge and dedication to advancing healthcare.

Beyond her medical prowess, Mackenzie seamlessly integrates her passion for education with her proficiency in media and marketing. Her academic journey at Indiana University culminated in a degree in Media and Marketing, further solidifying her expertise in these domains.

In addition to her impressive professional achievements, Mackenzie possesses a refined taste for global exploration, photography, design aesthetics, sartorial elegance, and the culinary arts, with a particular affinity for Chinese cuisine. Currently based in the vibrant city of Manhattan, she continues to be a driving force in the medical community. She is an invaluable asset to SaveaLife.com, where she champions excellence and innovation with unwavering dedication.

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17 responses

  1. Tom Avatar
    Tom

    All awesome sites and a lot of tips for the EMT, I know that it is a tough job a lot of patience lol no pun intended, any way have an AED if any one is intersested just click link.

  2. Robert D. Bowling Avatar
    Robert D. Bowling

    Hey, You have written a great article with lots of valuable information which are very useful to me. I’ve been searching this kind of information!

  3. Ace Lubana Avatar
    Ace Lubana

    Great blog, thanks for sharing valuable words with us, It make my knowledge double, Keep it up guyz you doing very good job.

  4. Jordyn Avatar
    Jordyn

    this was a little helpful, I’m fresh in high school and been wanting to be an EMT, next year totally gonna take a class and start from there.

  5. Sarah Chan Avatar
    Sarah Chan

    nice post. thanks for sharing

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      Mackenzie Thompson

      Thanks for the comment!

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    Rcambulancenyc Candidatecare

    Best Experience

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      Mackenzie Thompson

      Thank you for the kind feedback!

  7. Miadul Islam Avatar
    Miadul Islam

    Ambulance service is a very important and noble service to society.

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    HealthForce Training Center

    Hello. Thank you for sharing your blog. It is very informative.

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      Greta Kviklyte

      Thank you for the feedback!

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    Panchmukhi

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      Nicholas

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    manisha

    very informative

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      Ali Drian

      Thank you, Manisha! Glad to know it was helpful!

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    Padmini

    Thanks for providing the valuable information.

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      ali.drian@savealife.com

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