discuss print share

Changes Made in D.C. Fire and EMS Sick Leave Policies

New Year’s Eve death causes Fire and EMS Chief Kenneth Ellerbe to make significant changes

Thursday, January 17, 2013

View more videos at: http://nbcwashington.com.

WASHINGTON (NBC Washington) - D.C. Fire and Emergency Medical Services will change sick leave policies following the death of a man who waited longer than a half hour for an ambulance on New Year's Eve, when dozens of firefighters called out sick.

Tags: News, News Video, DCFD, DCFEMS, delayed response, delayed service, public image

This video appears with:
Changes Made in D.C. Sick Leave Policies after Death

discuss print share
What's Your Take? Comment Now ...


Featured Careers & Jobs in EMS

Get JEMS in Your Inbox


Fire EMS Blogs

Blogger Browser

Today's Featured Posts


EMS Airway Clinic

Simulation-Based Assessment Facilitates Learning & Enhances Clinical Judgment

Simulation is an educational tool that can be used to develop and refine clinical skills of the student in a controlled environment before they progress to becoming practicing clinicians.
More >