Quick Response Teams Help Heroin Addicts in Ohio

Rialto Fire Department nearly tripled patients' survival rates over two years utilizing ZOLL's Cardiac Arrest Tool Box and the pit crew approach.
A new study finds a surprisingly high rate of preventable deaths. 
While 13,000 doses of naloxone have been shipped to local health departments, some officials are concerned that citizens aren't properly trained in administering the drug.
When Tim Schoch collapsed next to firefighter Larry Vickers while standing in line at Starbucks, Vickers immediately began CPR on him.
Residents treated with naloxone by first responders receive phone calls from public health officials informing them about substance abuse recovery options.
A mother and daughter reunited with the fire rescue crew members who saved their lives after a severe head-on collision.
The Volunteer State will be utilizing the company’s Elite ePCR and Patient Registry solutions.
Indian River Ambulance Services will provide district staff members with kits including tourniquets, compression gauze and triage gear.
The American Red Cross encourages eligible donors to give blood or platelets for trauma patients and others with serious medical needs.
With its ED already closed, Coalinga Regional Medical Center will close by June 15 due to a loss of $4.5M and a staffing shortage.
A dispatcher realizes he’s the closest responder to a severe accident. 
Equipped with an AED and medications, the Foxwall EMS bike patrol crew hopes to improve community relations and response times at large-scale events.
A 90-day comment period is open for public input on the effectiveness of current treatment efforts and opportunities for improvement.
How you enter and conduct your scene conveys more than you may realize.
A doctor on board begged the pilot to land three times before Brittany Oswell, 25, died of cardiac arrest.