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This month’s EMS on the Hill Day is the perfect time to help lawmakers understand what’s needed in field care across the country ...
No one understands the pressures we face like a fellow EMT; respond to depression and burnout with more than just words ...
Hundreds mourn Ronnie Patterson, a well-known medic who touched many lives ...
NEW YORK — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is granting World Trade Center workers who performed rescue, recovery and clean-up after 9/11 new protections for workers’ ...
Bernard Shore pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of official misconduct; he will never be certified as an EMT in New York again ...
Meet the new and returning members, who take office January 1 ...
The Dallas paramedicine pilot shows how EMS is evolving — we must change with the times ...
The suit alleged the company unnecessarily transported patients then billed federal healthcare programs ...
The Mobile Community Healthcare Program will focus on chronically ill people and patients recently discharged from a local hospital ...
Remember that the most important patient is always the one in front of you ...
It delivers information about a patient while en route to the hospital so doctors can move more quickly when a patient arrives ...
We lost one of the good ones this week. In a profession filled with hard-working, well-intentioned and passionate people, Mike Smith stood above them all. Big in stature and bigger ...
Mike Smith was larger-than-life and a friend, mentor and inspiration ...
The EMS community lost one of its contemporaries on Sunday, Oct. 13 when industry leader Mike Smith, chair of the Tacoma Community College EMS program and a well-known EMS speaker, ...
Standards apply every day, all the time, on or off the job ...
KHOU.com AUSTIN, Texas — A 48 hour work week is taking a toll on Austin-Travis County EMS workers. A new city audit that surveyed medics says they're sleepy on the job, ...
"Maybe it’s just a few minutes here or a couple seconds there. It can cost someone their life," Paramedic Field Chief Margie Bomben said ...
While treating a patient in a home on a medical call, she heard the screams of a puppy and saw a man outside striking it in the head with a blunt object ...
Headquarters may be sold and services will be streamlined following the scandal; the group says it's on life support and needs community support ...
Ignoring the telltale signs of a problem will not boost public trust ...