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Judge rules Mo. EMTs are owed for overtime

- 06/30/2014

By Judy L. Thomas The Kansas City Star KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A judge has ruled in favor of emergency medical technicians and paramedics in a three-year-old lawsuit that accuses Kansas ...


Medics overpaid by thousands in Texas county

- 06/20/2014

By Ciara O'Rourke Austin American-Statesman AUSTIN-TRAVIS COUNTY, Texas — Less than a month after City Council members learned that an Austin-Travis County EMS medic was overpaid ...


Competition creates tension between Tenn. ambulance companies

- 06/16/2014

By Josh Flory Knoxville News-Sentinel KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — A well-known incumbent, an upstart challenger and a battle over health care. It may sound like the latest dispatch from the ...


Mass. medic loses job for not becoming firefighter

- 06/13/2014

BELCHERTOWN, Mass. — One of four Belchertown paramedics laid-off after not becoming a firefighter lashed out at town officials, saying she was not told that it was required to keep her ...


Fla. EMS workers face burnout, director asks for more staff

- 06/11/2014

Bradenton Herald MANATEE, Fla. Saying his employees are facing burnout, the Manatee County public safety director Tuesday asked for additional staff positions to lessen the load carried by ...


Honored medic, fired, wins second employment hearing

- 06/07/2014

By Gary Pinnell Highlands Today SEBRING, Fla. — A paramedic supervisor who was fired by Highlands County Emergency Medical Services will have a new hearing, the Reemployment Assistance ...


AMR hires 100 EMS workers in Va.

- 05/30/2014

By Tara Bozick Daily Press NEWPORT, Va. — National medical transportation provider American Medical Response is adding more than 100 employees in Hampton Roads as it fills the void ...


Ending mandatory EMT overtime is the right move

- 05/29/2014

Finally, some news I want to share. It would’ve been pretty straightforward to once again point out failed leadership at DCFEMS, but the proposal at Honolulu EMS that would end 16-hour ...


Here are 5 answers that could save your EMS career

- 05/14/2014

In the course of my travels around the country speaking to hundreds of EMS providers at conferences, meetings and private education sessions, I get to meet and chat with a wide range of people. It's ...


Fired decorated medic continues fight for job

- 05/11/2014

By Gary Pinnell Highlands Today SEBRING, Fla. — Highlands County’s Paramedic of the Year was fired for taking a drug without a prescription. However, he wasn’t given a chance ...


Alaska borough asks to add 11 full-time responders

- 05/07/2014

By Zaz Hollander Anchorage Daily News WASILLA, Alaska — Mat-Su Borough emergency officials are asking the borough Assembly to fund 11 new paramedic and firefighters to handle 911 calls ...


30 Ohio responders vote to join labor union

- 04/30/2014

Limaohio.com MORROW COUNTY, Ohio Emergency medical services members of the Morrow County Firefighters and Squadsmen’s Association have voted to join NEMSA, the National Emergency Medical ...


Ohio EMS gets raises across the board

- 04/30/2014

By Benita Heath The Ironton Tribune LAWRENCE COUNTY, Ohio — Across the board raises were approved for hourly and salaried employees of the Lawrence County EMS at Tuesday’s regular ...


Wash. city fights for more medics, firefighters

- 04/26/2014

By Kristi Pihl Tri-City Herald KENNEWICK, Wash. — Kennewick officials said more fire stations and responders are needed to improve the travel time for firefighters and paramedics to ...


Ala. ambulance co. closes with no notice

- 04/01/2014

TUSCALOOSA COUNTY, Ala. — Care Ambulance in Northport, Ala. abruptly shut down its service without notifying employees, Fox News reports. Northport Mayor Bobby Herndon told the news ...


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