Didn't really get much trauma as a basic, but as a relatively green Paramedic in a rural area, I seemed to get a bunch.
Got called to a hunting lodge on a fall, turns out a man had fallen from an interstate bridge that crossed the reserve. 30 foot fall onto outstretched hands. Open right radius/ulna fx with the bone ends driven into the mud, open book pelvic fx, completely disarticulated left elbow with distal humerus exposed, right femur fx. Had to immobilize him and ride in the bed of a Kawasaki mule with him to the ambulance, BP 60/0, and hypothermic. Got an IV by the grace of God, and put him on the helicopter for the hour flight to the trauma center. He called and thanked me 6 months later for saving his life. Turns out in addition to everything above, he also had a C4-C5 fx, ruptured spleen, lacerated liver, and bilateral pulmonary contusions.
It's been downhill from here as a medic, I can only imagine what it's going to be as a physician.
I was scared initially, but forgot about the fear once we got to the patient. The was a sense of relief once the chopper took off and I knew he was going to the trauma center.