Latest EMS News
Queensjurors yesterday got a chilling account of how a vibrant mother and wife died - after FDNY medics allegedly used outdated batteries for a defibrillator.
The Fourth of July celebration in Boston is one of the biggest events of the year for Boston EMS (BEMS), attracting an audience comparable to the population of a mid-sized city, all of which crowds onto the Charles River Esplanade, neighborhood rooftops and city bridges.
Superior Ambulance in Roseville is offering free training to become an emergency medical technician to people who meet the requirements and pass a pre-employment interview.
From the outside, the new ambulance at American Medical Response looks like just another carrier in the Sacramento company's red, white and blue fleet.
The Fire Department ambulance service is now the 1st responder for emergency calls on weekdays.
Newburgh A Hudson Valley paramedic service has been authorized to test out a new treatment devise that could save heart patients' lives, stunt hospital stays and slash medical bills.
Lexington KY- In March of last year, New York City paramedic Deborah Reeve died of mesothelioma, an asbestos-related form of cancer. There is little doubt she was first exposed to asbestos on Sept. 11, 2001, when she responded to the scene at Ground Zero.
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