United Hatzalah Graduates First Deaf EMT in Israel

Two paramedics allegedly stood around for 38 minutes while Yosif Al-Hasnawi, 19, laid on the ground with a bullet wound, claiming he was "acting."
Lt. Harry Weymouth, 46, is remembered as a mentor who served as a registered nurse, firefighter, and paramedic in Portland.
This is only the second time the North Carolina Industrial Commission has made the ruling for a firefighter sickened by toxins from the job.
On his way home from work, Mike Lott was only four minutes away from the scene when the call came in.
Yours reflects on others—use it wisely.
Bret Allen Burke of Austin-Travis County EMS was charged with two counts of indecency with child sexual contact.
EMS workers live in a constant state of hypervigilance—yoga can help calm the storm.
Arrow-Med Ambulance's owner and two employees received $249,539 in payments from Medicare and Medicaid for filing fraudulent claims.
Richard Biehl, a retired Chicago Fire Department paramedic, and his wife were struck in a multi-vehicle crash.
Cadie-Marie Stapleton, 18, is Galena Fire Department's first female employee in its 141-year history.
Firefighter Kristy Polidan filed for a lawsuit after Chief Ryan Volz suspended her for accusing him of sexual harassment.
Sexual misconduct is increasingly being called out—here’s how to minimize the problem. 
Hiring a broad range of people makes an organization stronger. 
Willard Whiting, 45, is on unpaid leave for allegedly assaulting two men who came to the aid of a woman he was harassing.
San Francisco firefighters and paramedics can talk through their post-traumatic stress with peer counselors.