Priority 3

Cheesy Corporate Lingo 24 May 2012


(1).  A term used by EMS and Fire Personnel to describe a patient that waits until 3AM to call for an ambulence for their stubbed toe or sore shoulder.


“Guys, it looks like we have a Priority 3 here.  This guy is complaining of severe pain in the hallux region of his foot and he may have a sprain or strain to the small interphalangeal joints.  This is gonna be a long night…oh, hey look, a waffle house!”


Props to John H. for the submission.