Latest EMS News
Unbeknownst to a New York paramedic, a rattlesnake stowed away in the engine compartment of his pickup truck, slithering out upon arrival at his ambulance corps headquarters.
A Colgate University student who posted a threat on the internet paid nearly $5,000 to EMS and other agencies who responded.
A government plan to build a nationwide emergency communications network using private money and public airwaves flopped earlier this year when investors stayed away in droves.
The Hamilton (Mass.) Police Department yesterday suspended its ambulance service, after a state investigation revealed "serious deficiencies" in the medical training records.
Ivy Tech Paramedic Program is First in Northeast Indiana to Receive National Accreditation by CAAHEP
The Paramedic Science program at Ivy Tech Community College Northeast (Ind.) received its national accreditation.