Marie Nordberg retired from her position as associate editor for EMS World in 2012.
Mohawk Ambulance has used Demers vehicles for nine years
Magnolia Hospital EMS knew CPAP was the way to go
Most of us hope to be remembered long after we're gone, and that will certainly be the case for EMS providers in South Carolina.
Firehouse Magazine editor Harvey Eisner discusses "WTC: In Their Own Words"
Caroline County (MD) government recently brought together representatives from various county departments to take part in its first-ever Effective Supervisory Skill Building course.
In Henry County, GA, five firefighters from Station 13 have gone from hero to teacher for a special group of reading-challenged second graders.
Cities can use video surveillance systems for both security and dispatch information that alerts first responders to an
EMS World talks to the new NEMSAC chair
Crestline: Building World Class Ambulances is a one-of-a-kind photographic journey through the history of
ambulances from 1967 until 2004
Firestorm focuses on critical issues in EMS
For emergency physician Diane Ruschke, the 4th of July holiday in 2003 started off as an exciting weekend hiking
with friends. But halfway through the holiday, the doctor suddenly became the patient in a freak accident.
Community paramedics will bring skills like suturing, vaccinations, blood draws to underserved areas
The man behind the wildly successful Gathering of Eagles conference discusses what makes this event so unique and popular
An intriguing look at 34 nonstop hours with a big-city firefighter/EMT
12 public safety teams gathered in Feb 2011 at the Schwan's Super Rink in Blaine, MN, for the all-day, second
EMS system design and improvement
Position and research papers outline what needs to be done
Black box technology is enhancing driver safety in EMS
The EMS Voluntary Event Notification Tool provides a way for EMS providers to report adverse events
Digital technologies have made it easier than ever before for your agency to implement a policy regarding service photos.
If you're fresh out of ideas for training drills, maybe it's time to take another look around your own community to
see if there are resources you've overlooked.
Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue has started deploying single paramedic response cars to targeted calls
The April 19, 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building claimed 168 lives and injured hundreds
A university-based EMS provider can alert EMTs in the event of a large-scale event