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Spanish nurse contracts Ebola outside outbreak zone

- 10/07/2014

By Connie Cass and Lauran Neergaard The Associated Press WASHINGTON — Raising fresh concern around the world, a nurse in Spain on Monday became the first person known to catch Ebola ...

Ill. law improves rural EMS care through nurses

- 08/14/2014

A newly signed state law allows nurses to provide the highest possible level of care when staffing rural ambulances. State Sen. John Sullivan, D-Rushville, and state Rep. Don Moffitt, R-Gilson, ...

911 phone triage can put EMS resources where most needed

- 07/03/2014

If you’ve been in the business for any length of time, you probably have a story that could come straight out of “Ripley’s Believe it or Not” file. Indeed, I have evaluated ...

S.C. EMS reviews success of nurse call center to weed out non-emergencies

- 07/03/2014

The year-long pilot was designed to reduce unnecessary ambulance transports; out of 1,506 calls, 380 people wound up not going to the ER

S.C. EMS reviews success of nurse call center

- 07/03/2014

Greenville Online GREENVILLE, S.C. — Hiccups. Hangovers. Prescription refills. In the past year, the nearly 70,000 calls for help to Greenville County EMS included non-emergencies like ...

Medic suffers stroke on the job

- 06/04/2014

The New Orleans Advocate NEW ORLEANS — Racing against time is Chad Singletary’s job. His office is an ambulance; his clients are always in a hurry. But on a recent run, the 34-year-old ...

Suspected fake nurse at ambulance wreck steals medic's coat, offers aid

- 06/02/2014

Online Athens ATHENS, Ga. — A White County woman could face criminal charges after she stopped at an ambulance wreck on Saturday in Bishop, where she put on a stolen paramedic’s ...

Patient with swallowing disorder chokes to death at Conn. nursing home

- 04/21/2014

By Josh Kovner The Hartford Courant DANBURY, Conn. — A patient with a swallowing disorder choked on a meatball after a nurse briefly left a dinner tray unattended at the Danbury Health ...

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