Is building a new kind of clinician merely a Herculean task or a fully Sisyphean one?
Bipartisan group says plan could eliminate access for veterans, cause some air services to close
Traverse City voters chose the fire department, over Mobile Medical Response, as the primary ambulance service
Bill ties state’s Medicaid reimbursement rates to federal Medicare rates, paying whichever is higher, and removes 20-mile travel exemption
Legislation that can increase the number of EMTs in the field faces scrutiny about the impact of traumatic calls on young people
The Mobile Fire Department has begun providing ambulance service to approximately 20,000 new residents after a referendum on the annexation
House Bill 404 ensures the the Department of Health considers a veteran’s training related to emergency medical services
A 15-month pilot program in Clark County will have basic, advanced EMT training with an $800 biweekly stipend