12 Days of Ambu-mas

I’m working Christmas this year, a lot of my colleagues are. Wether that be police, fire or ambulance (maybe even coastguard) as well as the NHS and all the other public and voluntary sector workers.

It can be demanding.

It can be rewarding.

We’ve all got each other – very rarely is it lonely.

This is meant to be a bit of fun, if your offended easily – the x at the top right of the page will get you away quickest..

On the first day of christmas dispatch gave to me; a 12 lead ECG

On the second day of Christmas dispatch gave to me; a two broken gloves and a 12 Lead ECG

On the third day of Christmas dispatch gave to me; three nines dialling, two broken gloves and a 12 Lead ECG.

On the fourth day of Christmas dispatch gave to me; four relatives shouting, three nines dialling, two broken gloves and a 12 lead ECG.

On the fifth day of Christmas dispatch gave to me; five crews on meal break, four relatives shouting, three nines dialling, two broken gloves and a 12 lead ECG.

On the sixth day of Christmas dispatch gave to me; six jobs outstanding, five crews on meal break, four relatives shouting, three nines dialling, two broken gloves and a 12 lead ECG.

On the seventh day of Christmas dispatch gave to me; seven drunks fighting, six jobs outstanding, five crews on meal break, four relatives shouting, three nines dialling, two broken gloves and a 12 lead ECG.

On the eight day of Christmas dispatch gave to me; eight elderly fallers, seven drunks fighting, six jobs outstanding, five crews on meal break, four relatives shouting, three nines dialling, two broken gloves and a 12 lead ECG.

On the ninth day of Christmas dispatch gave to me; nine nurses nattering, eight elderly fallers, seven drunks fighting, six jobs outstanding, five crews on meal break, four relatives shouting, three nines dialling, two broken gloves and a 12 lead ECG.

On the tenth day of Christmas dispatch gave to me; ten police officers tasering, nine nurses nattering, eight elderly fallers, seven drunks fighting, six jobs outstanding, five crews on meal break, four relatives shouting, three nines dialling, two broken gloves and a 12 lead ECG.

On the eleventh day of Christmas dispatch gave to me; eleven firemen sleeping, ten police officers tasering, nine nurses nattering, eight elderly fallers, seven drunks fighting, six jobs outstanding, five crews on meal break, four relatives shouting, three nines dialling, two broken gloves and a 12 lead ECG.

On the 12th day of Christmas dispatch gave to me; 12 CFRs waiting, eleven firemen sleeping, ten police officers tasering, nine nurses nattering, eight elderly fallers, seven drunks fighting, six jobs outstanding, five crews on meal break, four relatives shouting, three nines dialling, two broken gloves and a 12 lead ECG.

Stay safe, and Merry Christmas.

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