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“Instead of responding to the majority of 999 calls we receive every day, we want to flip that so we only go to those patients who really, really need a double staffed paramedic emergency ambulance quickly.”
A surge of viral infections is increasing pediatric hospitalizations and transports
Lessons from Pinellas County and an AIMHI EMTALA webinar that may help us all out
EMS officials in Cayuga County are looking at how to deal with increased calls as AMR prepares to leave at year’s end
Cayuga County considers what ambulance service to select based on call data since AMR announced departure
The Mobile Fire Department has begun providing ambulance service to approximately 20,000 new residents after a referendum on the annexation
Niagara County officials are looking at county-owned, private and hybrid EMS as their contract with Mercy EMS ends
A non-profit research group will look at three EMS delivery models and recommend the best for Niagara County
Tenn. school hopes $22M investment improves county EMS staffing
Springfield is building 4 new firehouses as EMS calls dramatically rise
Kern EMS Program Manager Jeff Fariss said the county and Hall Ambulance will implement several changes such as call sorting
Columbus officials say they can no longer provide EMS due to increase growth and calls outside the city
AMR in Multnomah County says no ambulances were available for about 10% of 911 calls in the first 5 months of 2023
Macomb Universal Ambulance Services will provide up to 18 ambulances over 4 months to manage the summer call volume and avoid FF burnout
The EMSA in-house, zero-tuition program pays students while they are in the classroom