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Each category honors a person or organization that exemplifies the best that the Texas EMS and trauma system has to offer.
System simplifies the process of cleaning and drying special-ops gear including hazmat, immersion and ice-rescue suits.
Platform has the capacity to operate in a wide range of environments.
New group to serve as a forum for EMS financial professionals.
Rae will work closely with new Executive Director, Mark Fredrickson.
Time from paramedics to the artery opened in the hospital was only 35 minutes.
Ambulance service provider wins bid for service in state’s largest city.
Guidelines for bystanders before responders arrive cited by Heart Association.
OPEN Incorporated recognized for electronic patient care reporting services.
California first to successfully transmit using field and state-level software.
Participants receive intense training led by emergency medicine faculty.
Fredrickson assumes role when current Executive Director Jack Hill retires.
Rowe has more than 35 years of experience in the EMS field in East Tennessee.
Competencies developed to help EMS officers raise the bar as leaders.
Remodeling of Witmer showroom in Richmond to come.
Paramedics Plus treats and transports a half-million patients in four states.
Company will lease a new dedicated 10,000 square foot hangar.
Company offering first-hand demos at EMS World this week in Nashville.
Solution is part of Radiant’s All Hazard Response Network and GPS-based system.
The Marin County Sheriff’s Office moves to a new, expanded call center.
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