EMS Industry News
Doing business in this fragile economy is difficult enough – subjecting customers to surcharges goes against everything Witmer Public Safety Group stands for. While the settlement of a lawsuit between credit card companies and merchants has given merchants permission to levy up to a 4% surcharge against customers paying with a credit card – we have taken the position that our customers are more valuable than any offsetting “swipe fees.”
Agency implements Physio-Control solutions to help improve EMS readiness during large-scale events.
CFSI & MedicAlert Foundation Accepting Applications for Excellence in Fire Service-Based EMS Awards Program
Award honors volunteer, career & combination departments that have established innovative & highly effective best practices in EMS.
Available with the next product release in Q1, 2013
Verathon Inc., Bothell, Washington, is initiating a voluntary recall of GlideScope GVL Video Laryngoscopes reusable blades that were manufactured between December 2010 and August 2011.
SUNY Cobleskill Paramedic Program Forges Partnership With Cooperstown Medical Transport to Create Local Jobs
Graduates of the program will be guaranteed a job as a paramedic with Cooperstown Medical Transport (CMT) following graduation.
Recipients are Jackson Township Volunteer Fire Department in Gentryville, IN, which will receive 12 sets of gear, and Bolar Volunteer Fire Department in Monterey, VA, which will receive eight sets of gear.
The grant will allow the Memphis Fire Department to purchase seventeen (17) LUCAS chest compression systems.
ImageTrend, Inc. announced the latest version of its Patient Registry™ software will be released starting the week of Dec. 3.
The ImageTrend community is seeking presentations to inform, add value and stimulate conversations in relation to its products and one of the selected conference tracks.
Bill would make it easier for states to expedite certification as civilian EMTs.
To help, sign the petition or use the sample letter to send a message to the FDA.
The 2013 Board of Directors takes office on January 1.
Local paramedic deemed hall of fame worthy by EMS association.
Weighing less than 12 pounds (6 kilograms), the X Series is about half the size and half the weight of competitive full-featured monitor/defibrillators, yet much more powerful and built to the most rigorous standards for ruggedness.
Features include managing fleet vehicles, budgeting and maintenance alerts.
Easily pass over mud, sand and the boggiest bog, with ease and speed.
Quick access to the lifesaving gear you need
Expansion planned in world’s second largest medical market.
Author and paramedic Semon Strobos offers readers an insider's look at emergency calls.
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