Those of you who read my blog regularly will know that I like to share information and sites which could be of interest. So if you are even remotely interested in the medical profession or have just always wondered what paramedics and doctors get up to on a day-to-day basis then this list of blogs that I have pulled together might be the one for you. To be honest I have been reading lots of medical based sites recently for a number of reasons and to save you some time trawling the internet I thought I would share some of my favourites.

Having read some of these blogs for the last couple of months, I can honestly say that the work that these guys do can be truly inspiring, so I have to officially doff my cap to them all for sharing their experiences online.

Some of the stories these writers share are as interesting as they can be shocking. I have read a few posts recently talking about hoax callers which just makes me feel sick to know people still call ambulances out on emergency calls when there are people who so badly need them.

Please note this list is just based on my personal preferences and not on any complicated metric system.

If you think you have a blog which would be a good to add to this list, please feel free to add a comment and share it.

1 Medic 999
A brilliantly written blog by a friendly Geordie paramedic and father. He has some interesting takes on things although I do get a bit lost on the more complicated health post.
2 Trauma Queen An Edinburgh based paramedic called Kal who shares his experiences and the occasional image.
3 A life in the day of a basics doc A South East (UK) based father of five shares his thoughts and views on medical care by the roadside.
4 A day in the life of an ambulance driver This blog does what it says on the tin.
5 NeeNaw – Observations from control A blog written by Suzi Brent who gives her insight and stories from inside the control room.
6 Paramedic’s Diary This blog is written by a London based paramedic called Stuart Gray. He also likes to include the amount and type of injuries in his posts.
7 Siren Voices
Spence Kennedy’s blog on being a paramedic.
8 Notes of a Paramedic This is Peter Canning’s diary of being a paramedic.
9 Rogue Medic A US based paramedic teacher who delves that little bit deeper.
10 Baby Medic This blog hasn’t been updated too much recently hence it’s placing but some of the content is really interesting.

About Chris Norton

Chris Norton is the founder of Prohibition and an award winning communications consultant with more than twenty years’ experience. He was a lecturer at Leeds Beckett University and has had a varied PR career having worked both in-house and in a number of large consultancies. He is an Integrated PR and social media blogger and writes on a wide variety of blogs across a huge amount of topics from digital marketing, social media marketing right through to technology and crisis management.