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As training director for the Sauk Prairie Ambulance Association, Darling has trained every EMT with the service and is highly respected throughout the area for his knowledge of patient care
Kenneth Davenport is always willing to step in and help coworkers
When Tim Hearn became executive director of Ft. Smith EMS, the service was on the verge of bankruptcy, but within four years he had turned the agency completely around
For the most part, the protocols of today are quite remarkable compared to the mother-may-I model of the early days of EMS.
Readers respond
National EMS Award recipients demonstrate excellence in EMS
We need to reevaluate current practices and develop a saner cervical policy
What can a paramedic can learn from an EMT?
While almost anyone can take a complaint, there is much more to it than just writing down a person's name, address, the location of the incident, and summing up the allegation in a few sentences.
Pregnancy complications can threaten lives
Meet the recipients of the 2012 National EMS Awards
How North Carolina’s busiest EMS agency handled its regular duties and the 2012 Democratic National Convention
Founded in 1972, Friendswood Volunteer Fire Department Emergency Medical Service has, from its beginning, been a true community enterprise
Key actions will help you maximize performance both operationally and administratively
Do people have a right to die?
Can EMS give hospitals an ultimatum?
How do you teach a department a new way of doing things?
Few people, few calls, big responsibility.
What can you tell a grown child's parents?