EXCLUSIVES
FacebookTwitterLinkedInGoogle+RSS Feed
Fire EMSEMS TodayEMS Insider

Doctor Tests Green EMS Vehicle

JEMS.com Editor's Note:To read more on this, click here.

BURKE, N.C. -- A recent study by a forward-thinking Morganton doctor could help make emergency medical response vehicles more fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly.

Dr. Seth Hawkins, Blue Ridge HealthCare emergency medical services coordinator, recently completed a two-year study on the use of gasoline-electric hybrid vehicles for emergency medical response. Hawkins' study appears in the July issue of the Journal of Emergency Medical Services, a national publication reporting on out-of-hospital care.

Click here to read more.

RELATED ARTICLES

Roller Coasters Crash at British Amusement Park

Four seriously injured when cars collide at one of Britain’s biggest amusement parks.

DuPont Protection Technologies Launches SafeSPEC™ Mobile

Mobile App Enables Easy-To-Read Content, Product and Technical Data From Anywhere

Scientists Work on ‘Battlefield MRI’

Los Alamos National Laboratory is designing a lower-tech, portable MRI.

California Woman Dies in Fall from Fair Ride

Patient fell 28 feet at San Bernardino County Fair.

69 Killed in Tanker Explosion in Nigeria

Runaway oil tanker exploded in a crowded bus station.

Cruise Ship Capsizes in China; Hundreds Missing

Over 400 missing after cruise ship capsizes on the Yangtze River.

Features by Topic

Featured Careers

 

JEMS TV

FEATURED VIDEO TOPICS

Learn about new products and innovations featured at EMS Today 2015

 

JEMS Connect

CURRENT DISCUSSIONS

 
 

EMS BLOGS

Blogger Browser

Today's Featured Posts