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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.”
“Just try to wrap your thoughts around having 3, 4, 5, 10 gunshot wound patients thrown at you – at one or two medics with one ambulance.”
Emergency services organizations are struggling to meet the escalating needs for medical supplies, equipment and vehicles
Tyler Wenrich, VP of operations at Emergency Services Solutions Inc., was going through a security checkpoint after traveling to Grand Turk on a cruise ship when it was discovered he had ammo
The Welsh Ambulance Service is the second service in the U.K. to secure the University Trust status, highlighting learning and growth opportunities
The Micro-X Head CT is intended for use in ambulances, allowing for immediate stroke diagnosis
During Floyd Mayweather’s visit, United Hatzalah showcased their ‘ambucycles’ – emergency motorcycles that ensure rapid arrival at medical scenes by cutting through traffic
Eight countries currently use the IPR exam process to certify providers as Emergency Medical Responder, Emergency Medical Technicians or Paramedic
The new ambulances, designed to be lightweight, come equipped with a powered trolley bed system and a powered carry chair for patient transport
In a new work visa program, Spirit EMS was able to reach halfway around the world for paramedic recruitment
QinFlow donates dozens of Warrior blood warmers to Ukraine for field transfusions to improve patient outcomes
A Jet Rescue air ambulance went down in a wooded area south of Mexico City
Miami Beach officials approved the deployment of 12 firefighters overseas
Magen David Adom paramedics and EMTs are being targeted as they assist the victims of the terrorist attack
Four firefighters and five EMS personnel have been killed in the conflict
The Beirut incident commander, Dr. Shawky Amine Eddine shares insights from the largest non-nuclear explosion in history
Three Pafford EMS ambulances are expected to arrive in time for Ukraine’s Independence Day
Dr. Linda Dykes and Rom Duckworth discuss trans-Atlantic lessons in emergency management
As donated vehicles are destroyed by hostile action – more ambulances, fire trucks and SUVs are needed
Planned Senate hearing, bills find new interest as smoke from Canadian fires reaches D.C.
6 medics from Australia moved halfway around the world to work in EMS
Officials extended “Code Red” air quality alerts for a third straight day
Over 400 wildfires in Canada have affected air quality in several states
Chris Cebollero shares the encounters that tested his patience and the lessons that helped him embrace change in his recent travels
Four years ago at Chabad of Poway a gunman opened fire during a Passover service, killing one of the congregants and wounding three others
999, London Ambulance Service Deputy Director Simon Harding talks emergency planning for the royal gathering
The World Health Organization said it’s time to transition to long-term management of the pandemic
Paramedic Paul Harvey and bombing victim Martin Hibbert bonded over their favorite soccer team, Manchester United
More than two dozen injured men were transported to hospitals in “delicate-serious condition,” said the National Immigration Institute in Ciudad Juarez