EMS World

A University of Phoenix survey finds a troubling disconnect among emergency personnel.
A new protocol allows alarm companies to send calls electronically to 9-1-1 operators, bypassing the need to dial in.
The campaign is aimed at stopping a hepatitis A outbreak that's killed 20.
John Creech had been accused of tampering with employee time sheets.
The Presho, Salem, Plankinton, and Alpena fire departments have all lost members recently.
Up to 180 people signed up to raise funds for 6-year-old Adrian Karuku.
Stroke Scales for EMS helps first responders triage patients to appropriate treatment centers.
The guest of honor for this year's Veteran's Celebration in Cullman, Ala., is a recent recipient of the military's highest honor.
Las Vegas and Orlando massacres set a solemn tone for the normally festive event.
Join EMS leaders from around the country on October 5 for an interactive live discussion about how first responders can address the opioid epidemic.
About 70,000 people were still without power due to Irma before Maria made contact with the island, and experts are predicting 175mph wind gusts and flash flooding during the worst of the storm.
“There is nothing that helps as much as someone who comes along just to comfort you."
Slowed to a crawl by a violent encounter with the island of Cuba, Hurricane Irma nonetheless pressed on toward the Florida Keys Saturday night -- with landfall expected Sunday morning.
All Recert 2.0 features are available immediately and at no cost to nationally certified EMS personnel.
The funds will be used to strengthen prevention efforts and better track opioid-related overdoses.