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Remains the only air ambulance allowed to hold a "red cross" on aircraft tail.
Major metro areas currently utilizing screening technology.
The PDA is built for tough field conditions primarily in GIS, land surveying, public safety, forestry and the military.
Food Allergy Research & Education and Emergency Medicine Experts Come Together to Improve Understanding and Treatment of Anaphylaxis
Recommendations from recent Summit will lead to action plan.
EagleMed becomes largest air medical transport company to achieve the award.
Each recipient gets two years of 100% tuition toward an online degree.
Aircraft will become the first Bell 429 in the United Kingdom used for helicopter EMS.
Campaign is 'calling a code alert on our mental health.'
Exercises & program are based on the Recommended Fitness Guidelines for EMS developed by NAEMT.
Horton counts her experience at Northwest as the groundwork for what she has accomplished since.
Digital records will provide statewide data analysis and reporting, shown to lead to better treatments and patient outcomes.
U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services issues letter regarding the current Ebola situation to U.S. healthcare professionals.
Designed for advanced life support medics as both an IV start kit and a medications kit.
Organization has been integral to the emergency responses for Superstorm Sandy, Hurricane Irene, wildfires, flooding in Bound Brook, a fire on the boardwalk in Seaside Heights, and the crash of US Airways Flight 1549.
No extra color charge and no minimum orders required.
One provider is honored each year during open nomination from across the country.
JEMS editorial board member David Page and psychometrician Luke Stanke win the Best Research award.
Rugged handheld computer receives an update.
The two companies have entered into a bi-directional revenue sharing agreement in which each company will benefit.
David W. Fairbanks, M.D. will be Medical Director for the company’s Wyoming base.
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