Nightwatch: Old Lady Cracks Up EMTs With Her Zingers | A&E

An elderly woman makes EMTs laugh with a jolly spirit in this clip from Season 5, Episode 9 of #Nightwatch.

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40 thoughts on “Nightwatch: Old Lady Cracks Up EMTs With Her Zingers | A&E

  1. Hospitals ignore everyone in pain now! They are miss diagnosing people! Doctors started the opioid epidemic. Maybe if they were drug testing people and doing pill counts and not prescribing hundreds! I have an incurable disease that only woman get. Guess what pain clinics don’t treat female pelvic pain. My gynecologist nearly killed two women! Because she ignored them.

  2. I once had a patient that had a massive lower GI Bleed. I was her cna and she asked to use the bathroom, and I got her set up and to ring when she was done, she rang within a minute and said "I'm all done." So I got her up and the toilet was full of bright red blood, nothing else, so I was like "Oh…" set her down back in bed, laid her on her side and quietly went to get the nurse. Good thing I did, because her blood pressure was 6040 and dropping, or so the nurse said, so we called the ambulance and good thing too because she would've been dead before the day shift came to work.

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