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Oscar Monterossa served in the U.S. Army for four years as a combat medic, but it was the Route 91 Harvest music festival shooting where the paramedic felt most vulnerable
“There has never been a more crucial time to have a wingmate in EMS – a wingmate to watch your six and guide each other through the storm”
Evan Sisley has spent time as a photojournalist, EMT, paramedic and corpsman, but it was the president himself who inspired Sisley to enroll in medical school to become a doctor
After industry objections, VA officials have pushed the change back one year
Bipartisan group says plan could eliminate access for veterans, cause some air services to close
House Bill 404 ensures the the Department of Health considers a veteran’s training related to emergency medical services
Bill by Rep. Dane Watro would streamline the certification process for veterans with medic training
Alex Sabo pulled college student Christina Poirier from the fiery vehicle; her mother thanked him by facilitating the EMT scholarship and additional honors
A fundraiser has been set up for the family of Charles D. Swank, an Army veteran who had five children
The text option for 988 and the chat feature on remained functional as work was done to restore the phone service
For military veterans who now serve their communities, it’s safe to say they have a special calling
Bristol Health (Conn.) EMS Paramedic Taylor Gonzalez, 31, responded when fellow Army veteran James Whalen, 70, suffered a heart attack while swimming
Adam Ritchotte, an Army veteran, was using a boning knife to cut a beef shoulder when the knife slipped and went 4 inches into his groin
After transporting him home from the hospital, First Response Paramedic Maisie Vance noticed James Koch didn’t have any food or clean clothes
Team Rubicon has participated in testing and vaccination efforts, and providing some relief to overwhelmed hospital staff