By Aubrey Whelan
The Philadelphia Inquirer
PHILADELPHIA — City and state officials are seeking hundreds of medics to bolster Philadelphia's force of emergency workers to deal with ...
EMS Plus was supposed to start Aug. 17, but surrounding cities haven't signed a mutual aid agreement to allow the service to operate
MAYSVILLE, Okla. — Maysville hasn't had its own ambulance service for more than 20 years. Now that it has found one, the city is having issues getting a license.
By Dale Heberlig
SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. — Shippensburg Area EMS recently met requirements for first-stage approval of the PA EMS Pediatric Voluntary Recognition Program that ...
By Mike Ferguson
LAUREL, Mont. — What Laurel's top city executive sees as an opportunity to provide better emergency services to residents might instead prove to ...
The Prowers Journal
LA JUNTA, Colo. — REACH Air Medical Services announces the opening of its new air ambulance base in La Junta, Colorado, which will operate under the name Southern ...
Daily Hampshire Gazette
SOUTHAMPTON, Mass. — The state gave the Southampton Fire Department approval to restart its paramedic-level ambulance services after an inspection Friday.
By Tyler Jett
WALKER COUNTY, Tenn. — The price tag for Walker County's ambulance service sits somewhere between free and $2 million.
When the governing body ...
GRISWOLD, Conn. — A group of local World War I-era veterans wanted to do something to memorialize their fallen comrades, and in their memory they established an ambulance company. That ...
By Susan Schulman
The Buffalo News
BUFFALO, N.Y. — After months of delays, negotiations, and reviews, the City of Buffalo on Thursday agreed to a new ambulance services contract with ...
By Todd Glasscock
Mineral Wells Index
MINERAL WELLS, Texas — On Tuesday, Mineral Wells City Council set new rates for ambulance service, increasing fees for the first time in seven ...
By Johnathan Silver
EDNA, Texas — A cash-strapped city of Edna could spell a financial crisis for the Jackson County Emergency Services District No. 3 if city leaders ...
By Michael Boren and Tom Avril
The Philadelphia Inquirer
CAMDEN, N.J. — Virtua Health System has sued the state of New Jersey over legislation, signed earlier this month by Gov. Christie, ...
By Deborah Straszheim
Groton, Conn. — The state’s director of emergency medical services has asked to meet with Groton town officials and the Groton Ambulance Association ...
By Matthew Artz
Contra Costa Times
MARTINEZ, Calif. — A first-of-its-kind approach for providing ambulance care to many Contra Costa residents should operate in the black, a new report ...