A co-worker alerted management that the medic was administering dilaudid to patients that didn't need it
By Liz Collins
MINNEAPOLIS — A Twin Cities paramedic is accused of giving patients painkillers they didn’t need in order to keep the leftovers for herself.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Relatives of the three Americans who tackled and disarmed a gunman on a high-speed train traveling from Amsterdam to Paris say they are proud of ...
ROSCOMMON, Colo. — A Houghton Lake paramedic was sentenced to up to 10 years in prison for trying to shoot his girlfriend.
Edward Perkola pleaded no contest to charges of assault less ...
You’ve worked hard to become a competent EMT and have been accepted into the paramedic school of your dreams. Here are 10 ways to ensure you’ll pass and leave paramedic school with ...
Elko Daily Free Press
ELKO, Nev. — Beginning this fall, Great Basin College will offer a new Associate of Applied Science degree in emergency medical services with an emphasis in paramedic.
A man who was hurt working as a volunteer firefighter talks about his decision to become a medic.
Daily Hampshire Gazette
SOUTHAMPTON, Mass. — The state gave the Southampton Fire Department approval to restart its paramedic-level ambulance services after an inspection Friday.
The program gives medics an expanded role in a different health care setting, and frees up nursing staff to work with more patients
By Cody Stark
The Huntsville Item
HUNTSVILLE, Texas — A longtime emergency responder has decided to seek a seat in the Texas Legislature.
Rick Smith recently announced his plans ...
The Acadian Ambulance CEO praises the EMS response and the personal connection of many personnel to the victims
This video is from a Chelan County assist on 06/27/2015 to 7 Finger Jack for an injured subject at 8,000 feet. The subject sustained serious injuries in a 500 foot tumble down a steep snow finger. ...
By Timothy B. Wheeler
The Baltimore Sun
BALTIMORE — A young city paramedic died Friday after becoming ill while on duty a few days earlier, according to the chief of a volunteer fire ...
The Kansas City (Mo.) Fire Department has invested $25,000 in scholarships to attend paramedic school, and is targeting minority students to diversify its team
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Fire Department is investing $25,000 to diversify their team. It is giving college students a shot at lifesaving careers while the department ...