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Response times are expected to increase when Atlanta's public subsidy for ambulance service ends next Monday.
Fire officials in Annapolis (Md.) are crediting a pilot program that strategically uses their paramedics for improved response times.
The more than $50 million in proposed cuts to the L.A. County health-care system would lead to longer ER waits, reduce the number of ambulances and slash services.
Gov. David Paterson reached an agreement with New York state legislative leaders to extend health benefits to hundreds of 9/11 responders.
An AMR ambulance hit and killed a Florida man Thursday night.
An ambulance did not arrive until more than 12 minutes after Boston EMS was notified of an emergency at a Mattapan apartment where a baby was shot Monday night.
Federal official have revoked Punta Gorda-based Air Trek air ambulance company's license.
An Arkansas health clinic was evacuated Thursday after more than 30 people experienced nausea, dizziness and uncontrollable drooling.
A delayed 9-1-1 dispatch in California reveals VoIP weaknesses.
Community and health care leaders are rallying to establish a trauma center in Montgomery County, Texas.