United Hatzalah Graduates First Deaf EMT in Israel

CIA Medical's scholarship program asks students to tell their stories about a healthcare professional who made a positive difference in their life.
A 10-year-old girl reported she was strangled and raped while sleeping by off-duty FDNY EMT Frantz Petion.
Police arrested Paul J. Durgin, 28, for fleeing the scene after striking a firefighter working outside during Friday's storm.
Eileen Coyle, remembered for her dedication to quality and compassion in medical services, passed away suddenly at her home on March 3.
Assistant Chief James Hawley of Austin-Travis County EMS was accused of sexually inappropriate behavior and intimidating someone in his office.
A vehicle fled after striking an Onset Fire Department firefighter on the scene of a highway incident during Friday's storm.
Dr. Peter Smulowitz's shift at the Beth Israel Hospital ED was nearly ending when paramedics rushed in with victims of the bombing requiring trauma care.
In 2015, firefighter and paramedic Patrick Wolterman, 28, died in the line of duty fighting a house fire.
TJ Kennedy joins the public safety communications company as Chairman of the Board.
Christopher Langdon stopped at the scene of a multi-vehicle crash and used a tourniquet from his car to save a woman whose arm had been severed.
The unnamed firefighter-paramedic was driving home from work when he came upon the accident and started triaging victims before EMS arrived.
In a webinar hosted by EMS Agenda 2050, participants shared their ideas on how the future of EMS can better serve patients and providers.
Laying the groundwork for resilience and career longevity.
Studies showing the costs of fatigue among EMS personnel has led Randolph County's director of Emergency Services to petition for discontinuing 24-hour shifts.
Veterans volunteering for the No Veteran Will Die Alone program spend time with veterans in hospice care and honor them in pinning ceremonies.