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The American Red Cross hosted its seventh annual Heroes Breakfast to award individuals who acted quickly to help people during medical emergencies.
Laura Wolcott of Rochester, N.Y. was recognized for her professionalism and dedication to EMS.
The Hurricane Palmetto exercise incorporated transport services and medical facilities throughout the Lowcountry and Grand Strand.
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An hour after he was considered deceased due to a gunshot wound, the Chicago teen started moving, prompting paramedics to initiate CPR.
Chase Hartlaub, 18, was a passenger in the car that ran a stop sign and crashed into another vehicle.
Integra Connect's new white paper provides useful tips on how EMS providers can improve revenue cycle management as they are impacted by increasing patient responsibility.
Paid and volunteer police, firefighters, EMTs/paramedics and 911 dispatchers now qualify for a special discount on new vehicles at participating dealers.
About 150 youth from 18 volunteer emergency medical organizations competed in the June 9 Bayshore EMS Cadet/Youth Competition.
The program awards medical education grants annually to qualifying caregivers who demonstrate a career commitment to the EMS profession.
An abandoned Sacramento arena set the stage for the realistic training scenario.
Larry Blanding, 28, has been charged with felony grand larceny after stealing an Albany Fire Department rescue truck while paramedics were treating a patient.
San Diego medics filed lawsuits last year for not receiving overtime pay while working 56 hours every week.
Randy Nichols serves as an AMR paramedic, director of education, and fleet mechanic in LaGrange, Georgia.