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Some authorities are hiding behind HIPAA to deny the public access to ambulance reports, despite the fact that state and federal authorities say the public has the right to see those reports.
About half the patients transported by Maryland police helicopters to a trauma center are not seriously injured, raising questions about improper use of taxpayer dollars, a report says.
Aided with a $36,000 FEMA, the volunteer Derby (Conn.) Fire Department will soon air commercials on cable showing what the department does and how volunteers can get involved
Survivors may be forced to relive horrors of deadly Cook County (Ill.) building fire if civil suits go to trial next month.
Malignant hyperthermia, a hereditary condition said to have killed 18-year-old Stephanie Kuleba, baffled the dispatcher as the caller offered crucial descriptions of the high school senior's condition.
A wide-ranging exercise will test the emergency-response system in El Paso County, Colo., today.
The Coast Guard and law enforcement agencies today will review a maritime anti-terrorism exercise in New Orleans that engaged hundreds of emergency responders.
For the first time in nearly a half-century, non-Philly residents soon may be able to apply for city jobs, including paramedic positions.
Philadelphia City Council members are impatient with the pace of paramedic recruitment at the fire department.
District 1 Councilor Jerry "Pops" Barnes pushed to have free diabetes testing offered at a dozen Columbus, Ga., fire stations, a healthcare initiative that kicks off today.