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    Default Sounds OK

    If you leave in good graces, don't burn any bridges and give the proper 2 weeks notice it should not be creat a problem for you. Especially is you give the reasonable explanation that you need more hands on patient care experiece to keep you certification current.

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    mdd2121 I'm glad your deciding to quit the private ambo service. They are hurting the paid departments big time. The mayor of our city is threating us to bring in private amublance service for 911 response and cut the fire department in half! 85%-90% of our calls are EMS, so that could really hurt our department. People on the department with 13 years could lose their jobs because of the privatization.

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