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Detailing changes to equipment and PPE priority lists
Why smaller EMS agencies need grant funding, and four programs to look into
The Irving Police Department and Irving Fire Department combined forces to offer EMDR therapy, an employee health clinic, wellness incentives and much more
Stratford EMS Director Michael A. Loiz has championed responder safety, PTSD coverage and increasing reimbursements
Kingston Mayor Steve Noble said the grant will fund staffing over three years
Grants distributed over the next two years will be used by first responders in communities with high overdose rates
Middletown Division of Fire perosnnel and Atrium Medical Center staff were recognized for providing critical care to twins born prematurely
Funding for Crawford County first responders comes from proceeds from the state’s slot machine gaming
Endowed by FirstWatch, the Fellowship seeks emerging EMS leaders who are people-centered, data driven
Scholarship opportunities in leadership development, mentoring, degree assistance are available
Lexipol earns national recognition for most passionate employees
The nomination for the 2024 Business Intelligence Group award focused on the Cordico wellness app
Lexipol’s comprehensive suite of solutions address key challenges for public safety and local government agencies
The Best in Biz Award recognizes the new version of Lexipol’s Cordico wellness app for first responders
“Because of their training, these public servants, these people, were all able to come together and coordinate their efforts to work as a team and save these boys,” the DA said
Parker County Hospital District paramedics faced an amputation and having to perform bilateral finger thoracostomies
The Louisville Fire Department is using AFG funding to train more of its firefighters as paramedics
Moshannon Valley EMS sees an increase in EMS jobs and service with their new training facility in Centre County
A majority of first responder agencies lack necessary funds for purchasing equipment and technology
Funding from the American Rescue Plan is helping Narberth Ambulance replace aging cardiac monitors
Each recipient receives $1,000 cash and three core program registrations
Wilkes-Barre officials recognized firefighter/EMTs and paramedics as well christened a new ambulance
San Bernardino County Fire Department’s John Commander was recognized for his dedication to EMS training
Kayla Welwood is currently pursuing a master’s degree in organizational leadership
Cumberland Goodwill EMS has begun outfitting paramedics and EMTs with fitted ballistic vests
Jackson County Fire Rescue expects to place the new equipment in all of its front-line ambulances this summer
Mobile Integrated Health in Clark County will focus on reducing non-emergency 911 calls and providing resources for the medically-vulnerable population
The U.S. Agriculture Department grant will give incident command training between the agriculture industry and first-responders