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Video: FDNY probationary EMT proposes to girlfriend after graduation–
FDNY officials congratulated Probationary EMT Frederick Benjamin, who proposed to his girlfriend following the graduation ceremony
Video: Paramedics dance to the tune of 'The Git Up''– 1
Two Hamilton paramedics dance in front of their rig to sang by Blanco Brown
(Webinar) Taking the nation's pulse: The 2019 Fitch/EMS1 Trend Report–
Fitch & Associates
Learn more about the trends that are shaping the field of EMS from our discussion of the 2019 EMS1 Trend Report
Ark. EMT returns to work after 100-foot fall–
Jennifer Bartholmey was hiking by herself when she fell down a cliff and sustained multiple injuries, including a broken pelvis and tibia in March 2018
Dallas FF-paramedic starts coffee company–
Fire Grounds Coffee donates a bag of coffee to first responders for every five bags sold, just one of several ways the company gives back to the community
Off-duty Va. FF-paramedic detains suspect–
Doug Stevens, 25, was celebrating his birthday with fellow first responders when he helped police detain a suspect in a robbery attempt
First responders sign Texas flag in the aftermath of El Paso shooting–
Texas first responders are signing and passing a pair of Texas flags around the state to show support for their fellow first responders after the El Paso Shooting
Ga. paramedic to open wrestling academy–
Jeff Tucker wants to share his love of wrestling and provide a family-friendly version of wrestling to his community
Mr. Rogers inspired 5th career for Pittsburgh medic–
Marvin Balk said Mr. Rogers inspired him to help others and, after 27 years of running his own company, he decided to become a Pittsburgh paramedic
Union: Chief should take random drug tests with responders– 1
The union said firefighters and paramedics would be more willing to sign a contract that requires drug testing if the chief agrees to be tested as well
Excellance, Inc. equips mobile stroke treatment units with CT scanners to diagnose, treat on the scene–
Excellance, Inc. finishes new Mobile Stroke Treatment Unit for Rush University Medical Center in Chicago.
Rush Mobile Stroke Treatment Unit by Excellance–
Rush University Medical Center discusses their new Mobile Stroke Treatment Unit manufactured by Excellance, Inc.
Air Medical Transport moves crew scheduling and management to online software.–
Life Link III explains the benefits they’ve experienced by choosing online software for their personnel scheduling and workforce management needs. Saving up to 10 hours a week in time - allows administrators to focus on more vital aspects of their job.
Agency Saves 80 Hours a Month with Online Staff Scheduling & Workforce Management Software–
Scheduling and managing public safety employees is easier, faster and better with online software. With Aladtec You Can: *Go paperless by moving your forms into the system *Track certifications *Communicate instantly *Customize the system for your specific needs *Run reports *Integrate with Payroll *Accessible 24/7 from any computer, smartphone or tablet via the Internet *And More! Over 100,000 people use Aladtec - YOU can too! For more information or a free demo, please visit http://www.aladtec.com/ or call our toll-free number at (888) 749-5550.
EMS Video: Online Staff Scheduling Improves Agency Efficiency–
Top five reasons for making the switch to online workforce management and employee scheduling software. For more information or a free demo, please visit http://www.aladtec.com/ or call our toll-free number at (888) 749-5550.
MSTU Redundant Air Conditioning–
Excellance, Inc. has a new video series to help agencies better understand their new units. This video focuses on the redundant air conditioning on the Mobile Stroke Treatment Unit manufactured by Excellance.
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