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Tin Tin
Raft Guide, Paramedic, Nomad.
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A. Paramedics Of BC Aug 29
Our response re the change to the way medical 911 calls are assigned urgency levels- an evidenced based approach. Good public policy decisions are based on evidence and best practices, rather than emotions
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Tin Tin Aug 30
As expected, the Fire PR machine have hit the media with their complaints about the new model. Stand your ground guys, you've done such excellent work already.
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The Aquabats Aug 28
“But Commanduh... can we really do it?” We can! And we are! Join (or re-join) the Legion of Righteous Comrades and make rad new stuff with us!
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Tin Tin Aug 27
Custom birthday card from the girlfriend as a gift for tickets to the Vancouver show .
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Tin Tin Aug 25
Lots of false facts and misinformation in this article. Your department is fear mongering and worried about their own necks under the guise of patient care. And now you have to justify their ever inflating salaries.
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Tin Tin Aug 25
Your article contains a lot of misinformation and false facts. Research before publishing next time.
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Tin Tin Aug 24
What happened to the Reeses cupcake batter mix in Canada? This is an important issue that needs addressing ASAP.
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Tin Tin Aug 20
Replying to @LupiniBCEHS @AckerJoe
Not much more to it. This is due to the recent 'owing hours' issue for irregs. So they have been instructed not to give us B/C blocks as we will not owe hours. So now I am being sent on a 1 hr commute while there are B/C available in my area.
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Tin Tin Aug 19
Waiting for a block or even a shift for tomorrow AM as a FT Irreg West. Scheduling has B/C blocks available, told NOT to give them to us. Rediculous
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Tin Tin Aug 16
What we deal with everyday in downtown Vancouver.
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Tin Tin Jul 28
Finally, fire departments were consulted for over a year on these changes. Guess they failed to mention that as well.
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Tin Tin Jul 28
OD's = ALWAYS coded RED, which means fire is sent. Breathing = ALWAYS coded RED, you are being straight lied to by a department who play more on emotions than evidence based emergency medicine.
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Tin Tin Jul 28
Your reports contain outright fear mongering from a service worried about their call volume and funding. As reported, FD's still dispatched to chest pain, breathing problems, etc. A lot of your quotations contain false facts.
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Tin Tin Jul 26
Sending a fire truck to every medical call makes as much sense as sending a SWAT vehicle to every police call. It's fear mongering by your department who are worried about their budget and a dropping call volume.
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Tin Tin Jul 26
Replying to @PelicanProducts
Still looking for an answer
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Emerg Health Services Jul 26
New BCEHS dispatch system better matches resources to patient needs. The aim of the Clinical Response Model (CRM) is to get to the most life-threatening calls faster while improving the experience for all patients.
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Tin Tin Jul 16
Can you please elaborate on where you received information that this person's injuries were described as "minor"?
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Avem Jul 14
Check it out! Our first EP Sing Every Day is up on Deezer and Spotify. Thanks to , , and for singing a few lines in the title song!!
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Chris Sorensen Jun 22
People ask what’s it’s like to be a paramedic for , this show is going to be able to show the public what we do everyday!!!
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Emerg Health Services Jun 14
A first in BC - safe consumption site in Victoria to include full-time staffing. Making paramedics part of an integrated healthcare team is expected to prevent harm, reduce 9-1-1 calls and bring additional overdose expertise to the centre and its clients.
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