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Founder of GlobalMedic is one of TIME’s 100 People Who Most Affect Our World

I believe I speak for all my fellow Haitians when I say how overwhelmed I am by the actions of the many who came to Haiti's rescue in our time of dire need. In spite of the difficulties, their efforts are ongoing. They came spontaneously and expected little in return. I must say that this has lifted me up and greatly restored my faith in the fellowship of humanity. 

A shining example of this selfless effort is Rahul Singh, a paramedic from Toronto, who founded GlobalMedic in 1998, providing disaster relief in the immediate aftermath of catastrophes using volunteer professional emergency workers.

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Rethink the Way EMS Does Patient Care Reports

EMS must let go of the idea prehospital care documentation is strictly about billing and creating a legally defensible record of events.

Littleton (Colo.) Fire Rescue Rolls Out Their Take on Mobile Integrated Healthcare

Firefighters and paramedics staff special vehicles to deliver unique care fast.

Crew Resource Management Can Improve Crew Efficiency

Crews performing in unison offer better learning opportunities.

Serving the Psychological Needs of Your Employees

How does your agency help employees cope with the traumas and stressors of EMS?

Pro Bono: Privacy within Mass Casualty Incidents

HIPAA compliancy in MCIs is challenging but feasible.

A Reader Shares Her Experience with James Page

His legacy lives on. 

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