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EMS grant help from health care systems is a game changer

- 08/28/2014

In these days of shrinking budgets, fewer volunteers, and intense competition, it's almost heartwarming to see an organization step up to the plate and encourage local EMS systems to do so ...

WellSpan forms Pa. partnership fund to help secure EMS grants

- 08/27/2014

By Mollie Durkin The York Dispatch, YORK COUNTY, Pa. — Just about one year ago, WellSpan Health announced it would pull out of emergency medical services. Since then, the health ...

Pa. EMS gets $58K FEMA grant

- 08/27/2014

Lori Falce Centre Daily Times PHILIPSBURG, Pa. — Some Centre County first responders are getting a financial boost from the federal government. On Saturday, Senator Bob Casey, D-Pa., ...

Fla. medics use Handtevy system to save drowning boy

- 08/26/2014

WSVN MIAMI, Fla. — We hear about it too often in South Florida. A young child is found floating in a backyard pool. Now fire rescue crews have something new to save lives. 7's Lynn ...

Why highway safety programs are SO hot for EMS funding

- 08/13/2014

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has made a concerted effort to focus on the funding of EMS agencies, particularly when it comes to data-driven initiatives focused on ...

Ohio EMS gets grant-funded power cots

- 08/13/2014

By Joseph Pratt The Portsmouth Daily Times PORTER TOWNSHIP, Ohio — Porter Township Emergency Rescue updated the cot and loading system in one of their emergency vehicles last week, ...

Colo. students build ambulance center

- 08/13/2014

The Pueblo Chieftain WALSENBURG, Colo. — What was once an old propane service building just north of the railroad tracks that wind through this small town, is now a state-of-the-art ...

Ohio city, union trying to avoid medic-firefighter layoffs

- 07/28/2014

By Amanda Seitz The Journal-News MIDDLETOWN, Ohio — City officials and union leaders say they're working to avoid the layoffs of 11 Middletown firefighters before an August deadline. Firefighters ...

NC EMTs getting 30 bulletproof vests

- 07/25/2014

By Paul Choate WGHP ROCKINGHAM COUNTY, N.C. — Thirty bulletproof vests will soon be placed on Rockingham County EMS ambulances to protect EMTs and paramedics from the unexpected when ...

Pa. EMS lands $87K FEMA grant

- 07/25/2014

The Public Opinion SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. — Last week, Shippensburg Area EMS celebrated as its members found out they had received a grant from FEMA that would give them $87,021. Director ...

13 hurt in Md. bus, truck collision

- 07/22/2014

JESSUP, Md. — A total of 13 people were transported to area hospitals after a pickup truck and 10 passenger van collided on Washington Bldv. In Jessup, Md. Howard County Department of ...

Ohio fire-EMS receives FEMA grant

- 07/14/2014

The Clermont Sun GOSHEN TOWNSHIP, Ohio — New federal resources have been awarded to a fire/ambulance and rescue service in Clermont County. U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) today announced ...

Pa. EMS receives FEMA grant

- 07/14/2014

Bucks County Courier Times By Matt Coughlin PLUMSTEADVILLE, Pa. — A Federal Emergency Management Agency grant of $130,500 is going to the Point Pleasant Plumsteadville EMS squad to ...

Ohio gets regional ambulance for obese patients

- 06/25/2014

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Columbus Division of Fire received a new bariatric ambulance equipped with tools needed to lift and transport patients more than 400 pounds. The unit includes a ...

Ohio seat belt fines fund $2K grant for EMS equipment

- 06/18/2014

The Gateway News STREETSBORO, Ohio — The city's fire department received a $2,468 grant from the Ohio Department of Public Safety to be used for the purchase of EMS equipment, according ...

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