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A majority of EMS1 respondents are split between two shift options – do you agree?
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Fort Worth-based MedStar has not recieved city funding since 2010, but retention costs for providers have risen since the pandemic, spokesman Matt Zavadsky said
Experienced paramedics will now start at $27.59 an hour, as opposed to the training wage of $16 an hour
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Through a partnership with the Girl Scouts of America, Camp Fury is igniting a passion for public safety and emergency services among young girls
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Adopting programs to improve EMS service delivery and agency culture
A gameshow style session interviewing prospective EMS employers provided insights into EMS success and intergenerational relationships
The Uniformed EMS Officers Union says the “Supervising Emergency Medical Service Specialist” position carries lieutenant responsibilities with less pay
Fire Chief John Alston told the AMR graduates, “You are joining a noble profession,” and said that firefighters “work hand-to-hand with AMR”
Miguel Nieblas Ontiveros was immediately terminated after his arrest for allegedly assaulting a patient en route to a hospital
Erie County officials are responding to the shortage of local EMS providers