Sarnova Inc. Announces Two New Major Leadership Roles in Company's EMS Divisions

The NAEMT EMS PAC will use its funds to help EMS elect or re-elect federal candidates who support quality prehospital and out-of-hospital care in every community across the nation.
Cory Oaks from Classic Air Medical received the Tim Hynes Award, which recognizes exemplary abilities in leadership, education and safety within the paramedic profession.
NAEMSP members gathered in Washington, D.C. last week to advocate for issues affecting EMS providers and their patient care.
Rob Lawrence brings extensive EMS experience to the operation in Alameda County, California.
The former NREMT COO is being honored for his leadership and commitment to the EMS industry.
Can EMS learn from the management philosophies of Disney and Ritz-Carlton?
For positive change, organizations require leadership, organizational readiness, and a tolerance for risk.
If the feds come knocking at your door, will they find your patient-privacy practices up to snuff?
A new series looks at key legal news and cases involving EMS practice.
Despite the increase in mass shootings, Congress is refraining to enact legislation that would mitigate the violence resulting from the ease of accessibility to firearms.
Dan Henry hopes to help the National Emergency Number Association establish Next Generation 9-1-1 nationwide in the near future.
Harris County EMC Mark Sloan was recognized as the 2018 Emergency Manager of the Year at the annual Emergency Management Association of Texas conference in San Marcos, Texas.
The National Collegiate EMS Foundation gave the title to Roach at its conference last weekend in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
How do you prioritize more than 250 great ideas? Treat them like patients.
Getting from where you are to where you want to be requires a road map.