The squad is a community based, volunteer run, ambulance and rescue service.
Daniel Sundahl, an Edmonton-area paramedic, shares how he uses his experience behind the lens to produce graphic photos of life after the emergency call.
The incident occurred in March and was captured on a dispatch recording.
The Green Valley Fire District has started a program that brings urgent medical care right into a patient's home.
The suspects fled the scene after the shooting.
EMS providers get the chance to meet the little boy whose life they saved.
The largest EMS conference in North America is scheduled for September 15–19 in Las Vegas, NV.
The feels will only increase for non-residents.
Lubbock Police credit a local woman's 911 call as a key piece of evidence in solving her murder.
A behind the scenes look at how the EEAST are dispatched.
St. Charles, MO, providers will be receiving new ambulances this week that feature a chair with a harness on the right side instead of a squad bench.
Boise firefighters went into rescue mode after hearing the plea.
The Oklahoma City police and fire departments unveiled their 20th anniversary Murrah Bombing Memorial decals Wednesday.
Using injectable, fast absorbing sponges, the xStat can seal wounds in 15 seconds or less, potentially saving lives.
The helicopter can hold one pilot, medic and in-flight nurse.
Critical care is delivered to patients in unit 51 by members of the VCU LifeEvac Flight Team.
In a nearly 9-minute phone call, Kendra Anderson talks the couple through the basics of infant CPR.
Ryan Kovacik, a 21-year-old certified EMT, got behind the wheel of the ambulance drunk after celebrating his 21st birthday.
A nurse at UNM Sandoval Regional Medical Center has been fired over Facebook posts that are now circulating online.
First responders say a contract between Medstat and Baptist Desoto Hospital is interfering with emergency calls, putting patients at risk.
Two nurses work at the MetroSafe 9-1-1 call center among all the dispatchers and call takers.
Ambulance staff are suffering sleep problems, irritability and anxiety through long hours, staff shortages and the demands of the job.
Dr. John Cunha, medical director for Oakland Park Fire Rescue, discusses what EMS providers need to know about the street drug Flakka.
Are we doing enough for our first responders and their battle with PTS?
The system sends out alerts in the event of a natural disaster or emergency.