By Tracy Seipel
San Jose Mercury News
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Following an investigation, two dozen Santa Clara County Rural/Metro ambulance company employees were fired Wednesday for reportedly ...
By Leischen Stelter, American Military University
The high-stress work involved in the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) profession creates a high turnover rate among professionals, ...
He was first fired for failing a drug after taking a doctor-ordered prescription, got his job back after hiring a lawyer, and was fired again for not showing up to work while trying to negotiate ...
By Gary Pinnell
SEBRING, Fla. — A decorated, highly praised paramedic supervisor was fired in November because he abandoned his job.
That's the official story ...
By Molly Harbarger
CLACKAMAS COUNTY, Ore. — Employees of American Medical Response will hold a rally Tuesday while the Clackamas County commissioners discuss how to provide ...
HURON VALLEY, Mich. — Emergency medical services workers from Huron Valley Ambulance recently filed a petition with the National Labor Relations Board in Detroit to form their ...
HACKENSACK, N.J. — About 30 employees of a privately operated Totowa ambulance service are likely to wind up jobless as a result of its takeover Wednesday by a Lakewood company, ...
Hunter Whetzel and Jared Alt were fired for insubordination and violation of FCC regulations regarding public safety frequency usage, and both plan to fight for their jobs back.
The message ...
250 EMTs working for the private ambulance transport company First Med have been laid off.
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