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After I Jumped into the Water

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Jonathon S. Feit writes about his experience saving a young boy from drowning in a pool.
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Outgoing New Orleans EMS Director Wants City to Give Medics More Money, Support

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Dr. Emily Nichols said she plans to return to working locally in emergency medicine but will stay involved with the agency.
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Dr. Emily Nichols Stepping Down from New Orleans EMS

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The director of New Orleans Emergency Medical Services is resigning after more than three years at its helm.
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Paramedic Jobs: Week of November 22, 2021

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Are you looking for our complete listing of paramedic jobs? Be sure to check out the JEMS Career Center for other postings!
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Fire District to Give EMS Responsibility Back to NJ Township

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Faced with escalating costs to provide first aid service, the Plumsted Township Fire Commissioners are turning the responsibility for first aid back to the municipal government.

San Antonio (TX) is Expanding Telemedicine after Saving the Life of 10-Year-Old Girl

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Harper Courrege may owe her life to a cell phone and internet connection.
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Belfast (ME) Hikes EMT Pay to Combat Worker Shortage

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The city of Belfast just got a lot more generous with its wages for people who work on the ambulance crew.
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Effingham County (IL) Nixes One Ambulance Provider Recommendation

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The Effingham County Board this week opted not to award a contract to RuralMed to be the sole 911 ambulance provider.
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Paramedic Jobs: Week of November 15, 2021

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Wilson County (TN) Ready to Hit Panic Button on Staffing Crisis

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Wilson County Emergency Management Agency's staff retention troubles show no signs of slowing down.

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