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He was placed on paid administrative leave July 14, and terminated Monday for an unspecified reason ...
A week of temps over 100 claimed more than 700 lives; mostly poor and elderly residents ...
Autobiography from EMS Chief Don Lundy on his 40-year career from dispatcher to paramedic, and eventually to chief of the Charleston County (S.C.) EMS ...
The human resources investigation was triggered by Charleston County (S.C.) EMS Chief Don Lundy’s self-published book, which included negative comments about four employees ...
The nationwide program helps terminally ill patients and family members fulfill last wishes on day trips to locations chosen by the patient ...
The thought of a young woman becoming an organ donor was pushed aside at the time but never left EMT Michael Morse ...
A book review of "Lights and Sirens: The Education of a Paramedic" by Kevin Grange ...
Prehospital administration of Brilinta to STEMI patients caught me by surprise; this is how I strive to stay in the know as a paramedic ...
Training officers and educators need to begin preparing education materials and curriculum for revisions due to the ECC and CPR updates ...
Fixing our issues with medical incompetence doesn’t begin with a degree, it begins with changing our expectations of ourselves ...
Dead guy, meet Vickie "Aw, Dammit, it’s Vickie!" Ice exclaimed in a disappointed tone. Brian raised an eyebrow, momentarily confused by his partner’s ...
Reading a chapter doesn’t do a lot more for me than give me an overview. I need to put the concepts in context, make them relevant, give them meaning and apply them to my life. So ...
Welcome to an ongoing dialogue about learning to be an EMS provider, from the perspectives of both a student and an educator. We hope that this unique series will shed some insight ...
Willie   As good as I was feeling about what I was doing, I realized I was working way too much. I'd always loved going to Vermont, so I bought myself a timeshare up in Stowe. ...
Kelly Grayson recounts a memorable call in this exclusive book excerpt from 'En Route: A Paramedic's Stories of Life, Death, and Everything in Between,' ...
Freedom House in 1960s Pittsburgh trained young African-American men and women to become some of the first US paramedics ...
In this exclusive book excerpt from 'Alright, Let's Call it a Draw,' here's how Dr. John Pryor may have narrated the horror of responding to the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks ...
In this exclusive book excerpt from 'Alright, Let’s Call it a Draw,' here's how Dr. John Pryor may have described his 1st call if not for his untimely death ...
His name was Frankie Maryland, and he was 25 years old when we first met. He still comes around to visit me occasionally, usually when I'm feeling pretty cocky. He reminds me ...
In the spring of 2011, Shelia Vitalis was preparing to deploy for the second time to Iraq as an Army reservist. She will be stationed there for a year as a military police officer. ...

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