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Medic pays parking ticket for grieving daughter

- 08/27/2014

Huffington Post VICTORIA, Australia — If you found someone else's parking ticket, would you pay it? Marc Primrose did. After finding a parking ticket belonging to Rosemary Morgan, ...


3 bariatric lifts that reduce back injuries

- 08/27/2014

A U.S. Department of Labor article “Musculoskeletal Disorders in EMS” points out that EMTs and paramedics have the highest injury rate of any line of work. Almost half of all lost ...


Pa. ambulance breaks down transporting baby days after safety investigation

- 08/26/2014

Keystone Quality Transport is under further scrutiny after an ambulance lost a tire while transporting a sick infant, days after reports that the state took 30 ambulances off the road


Va. county covers ambulance ride co-pays

- 08/26/2014

By Ali Rockett Daily Press YORK, Va. — York County is expected to transport 4,250 patients for emergency medical services over the course of fiscal year 2015. Instead of charging ...


Pa. ambulance breaks down with baby days after safety investigation

- 08/26/2014

NBC Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA — A local ambulance and transportation company already under investigation is now under even more scrutiny after one of its vehicles lost a tire while a ...


Vegas Fire, AMR reach deal over patient transport policy

- 08/21/2014

Las Vegas Review-Journal LAS VEGAS — Las Vegas' dual response system for emergency ambulances is dying. A 911 call for a medical emergency will no longer receive a response from ...


Responders acted appropriately, hospital takes blame for not transporting patient

- 08/16/2014

NewsChannel5 NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Eight Metro Nashville Fire Department personnel will be back on the job next week. Fire Chief Ricky White put them on administrative leave Wednesday, ...


How Grady EMS managed 2 Ebola patient transports

- 08/12/2014

Two hours. That’s all the time crews would have needed to prepare for the transport of an Ebola patient into the U.S., said Atlanta-based Grady EMS Interim Director Wade Miles. “The ...


Vegas EMS transport battle's silver lining

- 08/05/2014

An article on the transport wars going on in Las Vegas seems to indicate that there may be a solution in the works between LVFD and AMR. Normally I would consider this good news. However, ...


2nd American aid worker with Ebola arrives in US

- 08/05/2014

By Kate Brumback The Associated Press ATLANTA — A second American aid worker infected with Ebola arrived Tuesday in Atlanta, where doctors will closely monitor the effect of an experimental ...


Vegas moves toward agreement in hospital transport feud

- 08/05/2014

Review Journal LAS VEGAS — Las Vegas Fire Chief Willie McDonald and American Medical Response officials, after feuding since March over delivering patients to hospitals, have been working ...


7 jobs cut from ambulance company serving NY army base

- 08/04/2014

By Gordon Block Watertown Daily Times FORT DRUM, N.Y. — A reshuffling of emergency ground transport methods for training range exercises means the loss of seven jobs for Guilfoyle Ambulance ...


2 involved in Ebola transport talk safety, process

- 08/04/2014

American Ebola patient Dr. Kent Brantly arrived by ambulance at Emory University Hospital


2 involved in Ebola transport talk safety, process

- 08/04/2014

wsbtv.com ATLANTA — American Ebola patient Dr. Kent Brantly has arrived safely at Emory University Hospital. NewsChopper2 was over the hospital as Brantly walked out of the back of the ...


Ohio county buys ambulance for obese patients

- 08/02/2014

By Dean Narciso The Columbus Dispatch DELAWARE COUNTY, Ohio — When obese people need emergency care, routine ambulance runs can become complex and dangerous for both the patient and ...


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