Latest EMS News
Fulton County's (Ga.) 14 cities will be forced to pay for ambulance services next year or see response times fall because county government will cut about $10 million in subsidies.
A new ambulance designed and equipped exclusively for critically ill infants will be on public view at 1:30 p.m. Friday outside the Webber Building at Eastern Maine Medical Center.
Two escaped prisoners called an ambulance to their hiding place after they were injured, apparently while scaling a fence at the state psychiatric hospital in York Township, Michigan.
It seems like a no- brainer: Equip EMS with motorcycles to weave through the city's notorious traffic jams and cut response times to life-threatening emergencies.
Two firefighters and a dispatcher were honored for their efforts to save a Kansas firefighter who died from a downed power line.
The small Alaska community of Lake Louise is applying for an $850,000 grant to fund an emergency center.
The Kanawha County Sheriff's Department's new electronic driving simulator allows deputies and other emergency responders to practice driving in dangerous situations without ever actually putting wheels to pavement.
If a disaster strikes, police and firefighters in Fort Worth will be able to locate residents with special needs on a newly created computer map.
University Hospital rescue workers are asking Newark Mayor Cory Booker to investigate an allegation that Fire Director David Giordano accosted an EMT at the scene of an early morning car crash.
Emergency responders in St. Louis are finalizing plans to avoid delays after Highway 40 closes for reconstruction in January. Shutting down the highway will remove a major route linking suburbs to several major hospitals.