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Ill. health care system awarded grant for cardiac arrest care

- 08/20/2015

By EMS1 Staff MOLINE, Ill. — UnityPoint Health – Trinity has been awarded a $105,200 grant from the American Heart Association as part of “Mission: Lifeline”, a community-based ...


Creative ways to fund EMS innovations

- 08/20/2015

"How will we pay for this?" is the question I asked again and again while attending and presenting at Pinnacle EMS Leadership forum. The sessions I sat in about the quality imperative, ...


Mich. EMS and fire department gets grant for new equipment and resources

- 08/15/2015

By Ashley Sword The News-Herald TRENTON, Mich. — The Trenton Fire Department is expected to receive a $180,662 grant through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Assistance ...


Fla. EMS agency receives grant for CPR compressors

- 08/14/2015

By Kate Irby Bradenton Herald BRADENTON, Fla. — The AutoPulse doesn't come cheap at about $14,000 a pop, but with 855 cardiac arrest calls in Manatee County the past two years, ...


Va. EMS agency gets grant for stretcher technology

- 08/13/2015

By Kaila DeRienzo WVEC YORKTOWN, Va. — New technology is on the way to York County Fire and Life Services. It's called a power-loading fastening system. It's expected ...


Ala. fire department receives grant for new ambulance

- 08/08/2015

The Troy Messenger TROY, Ala. — The Troy Fire Department recently received a grant for more than $136,000 for the purchase of a box-type vehicle to be used on emergency medical service ...


Va. EMS agency receives grant for new equipment

- 08/07/2015

By Ian Brickey Williamsburg Yorktown Daily YORKTOWN, Va. — The York County Department of Fire and Life Safety will be able to buy new equipment thanks to a grant from the state of Virginia. The ...


Ohio EMS and fire department awarded $245K grant

- 08/06/2015

By Megan Alley The Clermont Sun GOSHEN TOWNSHIP, Ohio — Goshen Township Fire and Emergency Medical Services has been awarded a $245,239 federal grant to help pay for a new tanker truck, ...


NH governor denies mayor's request to declare heroin emergency

- 08/06/2015

By Paul Feely New Hampshire Union Leader MANCHESTER, N.H. — Gov. Maggie Hassan has declined a request from Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas that she declare a public health state of emergency ...


Grants expand telemedicine services in Alaska

- 07/31/2015

By James Brooks Juneau Empire TENAKEE SPRINGS, Alaska — In Tenakee Springs and other rural towns in Southeast Alaska, medical specialists think they’ve found a way to replace ...


Health organizations receive $38M in grants for interoperability improvements

- 07/30/2015

By Greg Slabodkin Health Data Management WASHINGTON — The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology is making available more than $38 million in grants to ...


Ohio EMS agency receives grant for training and equipment

- 07/25/2015

By Megan Alley The Clermont Sun WILLIAMSBURG TOWNSHIP, Ohio — Williamsburg Township Emergency Services has been awarded a $7,000 grant to help pay for training and equipment. The ...


Second state agency investigating SC EMS service

- 07/24/2015

By Nikie Mayo Anderson Independent Mail WILLIAMSTON, S.C. — Another state agency is investigating Williamston Emergency Medical Services after allegations that grant money intended ...


Fla. fire rescue department receives grant to update equipment

- 07/24/2015

By Jan Engoren ​Sun Sentinel BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. — The Boynton Beach Fire Rescue Department received a $37,332 grant from Palm Beach County Emergency Management to replace and update ...


Grant funds new NC transitional care program

- 07/23/2015

By Josh Bergeron Salisbury Post SALISBURY, N.C. — Novant Health is turning to Rowan County to help provide transitional care for patients. Starting Aug. 1, Rowan County Emergency ...


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