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Why right-sizing EMS response is crucial to increasing pay and improving work-life balance
“It’s not that kindness and altruism in our profession – and the world in general – is becoming rarer, it’s that it happens so often that it’s not news”
What we can learn about retention from EMS rising stars
Bellevue officials approve a $4 an hour raise to retain personnel and recruit others
Kingston officials unanimously approved the funding to increase staffing in the city-run ambulance service
Lawmakers in Kingston have funded salaries for three paramedics and five EMTs
Task force members discussed funding, salaries, regulations and community paramedicine
Baltimore EMS personnel will be eligible for the retention bonus if they stay on the job for the next three years
Western University of Health Sciences students reviewed, funding, staffing, and an aging rural population
Which event will have the biggest impact on EMS? Cast your vote
A state grant from the Office of Emergency Management Services will enhance salaries in Mineral County
An advisory board member for Somerset-Pulaski EMS suggested that the long-term solution is for Pulaski to create a special taxing district
Somerset city officials are told employees are leaving for better pay and less calls
Hamilton County EMS has reversed course on chronically low pay and made an addition to its fleet
Gwinnett County officials gave first responders a retroactive 8% pay raise due to increased costs of living, after increasing pay last year