A cheerful heart is good medicine,
but a crushed spirit dries up the bones.
A Cheerful Heart is indeed good medicine. Happiness is not only contagious but a blessing to have. This is one contagion you hope to get infected with!
Jesus spent much of his ministry healing others. He helped all walks of life with an equal amount of love and compassion. It didn’t matter who they were, what their beliefs where or where they came from.
I became a paramedic with that same passion in my heart. I likewise run my business on Jesus’s example. We treat everyone with an equal amount of love an compassion regardless of who they are, producer or PA, regardless of beliefs or lifestyle.
The same goes for the medics we hire. We hire all medic with a great attitude, happy heart and professional demeanor. As a company we set the example by treating our medics well. When we treat our medics well, they will treat our clients well.
Often Christians are often misunderstood in this. The “Christian Fish” scares people. I wish that wasn’t so. As Christians, we strive to set the example Christ gave (albeit less than perfect). I hope our example will show Christians and Christ in a better light or encourage those Christians reading this now.
Also, there are EMS professionals out there right now who are suffering. Some have PTSD, some know it (as I do), some don’t know it. Too many EMS professionals commit suicide every year. Jesus loves you. We do too. There is help. We have put up a special page for you: MEDICS IN CRISIS It has resources and 24/7 phone lines to help our brothers and sisters in dire straits.
Jesus is a servant, I am a servant, we are all servants; meaning that regardless of our role in life we all serve someone; Family, a client, a production, God. When being a servant is embraced as a blessing you give to others, A Cheerful Heart soon follows.
– Dan Schlund, Owner of National Set Medics
India Mission Trip
We are partnering with and starting to organize a few important mission trips.
For 2019, we are hoping to lead a group to India and provide basic medical care in particular to kids in the slums.
I met with Muri Menon, the president of Impact International and we are looking at organizing a trip in November, September.
Muri mentioned that the greatest good is simple; vitamins. We are shying away from major medical on this first trip because of various issues.
We are still very early in the process but here are the basics. Everyone interested in going will need to provide their own airfare. Local transportation will be handled.
Let us know if you are interested by clicking below and we will keep you up to date on the progress.