6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Worth reading but somewhat shallow in content,
This review is from: A PARAMEDIC'S DIARY: Life and Death on the Streets (Kindle Edition)
Some of the events are interesting but, for me, 'run of the mill' and seen on most TV programmes.
I would have preferred the more interesting cases described to have included the outcomes. I appreciate it's difficult when paramedics deal with the initial trauma then hand over to the A & E department but I dislike being left in limbo and not knowing what happened to some of the patients.
Be prepared for upset in two cases and for the usual ranting against the NHS and how the budget is allocated.
Another book which confirms, to me, that drink and drugs in the UK are not just costing users their own lives but diverting funds away from those in need of medical intervention through no fault of their own.