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About Us

Floyd Miracle is a Clinical Manager and previous Flight Paramedic in Kentucky. He obtained his Bachelors in EMC Administration from Eastern Kentucky University. His particular areas of interest are EKG interpretation, cardiac resuscitation, airway management, and whitewater kayaking. Floyd is an enthusiast in many areas, but claims expertise in none.

Ryan Hunter has been described by some colleagues as “pretty alright”, and currently practices as a second generation Paramedic in a region with more barrels of bourbon than people. He graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with an A.S. in Paramedic Science, and continues his studies there presently.  He has a background in military medicine, hazardous materials/weapons of mass destruction, urban search and rescue, and a sprinkle of wilderness medicine for variety; although he won’t profess a particular adroitness in any of them. Ryan also enjoys rural life and resides in a barn, à la Patrick Swayze in Road House.


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By accessing, using and/or browsing this site, you enter into this “agreement” between Floyd Miracle, Ryan Hunter, and “you”, the user of this website and podcast, and agree to these terms and conditions.

We (Curbside to Bedside) make every effort to broadcast correct, and evidenced based information.  However, medicine is constantly changing and evolving, and while we do our best to stay on top of it and provide up to date information, the information we or our guests personally provide is not guaranteed to be authoritative, accurate, or up to date, despite our eager attempts at ensuring it is.

By listening to this podcast or reading this blog, you agree not to use this podcast or blog as medical advice to treat any medical condition in either yourself or others, including but not limited to patients that you are treating.  Consult your own physician for any medical issues that you may be having.

As an EMS Provider, you are still bound to your local policies, procedures, protocols, guidelines, and standards, and should not deviate from them without consulting your local administration, Medical Director, or governing bodies.

ADDITIONAL LEGAL DISCLAIMER: This blog or podcast should not be used in any legal capacity whatsoever, including but not limited to establishing “standard of care” in a legal sense or as a basis for expert witness testimony.  No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or blog.

General DISCLAIMER: This blog and podcast are our own opinions and do not represent the views or opinions of the Department of Defense, the US Army, the US Army Office of the Surgeon General, Kentucky Army National Guard, The US Army Medical Department, any past, present, or future employers.