JEMS Career Center

Paramedic Jobs: Week of June 14, 2021

0
Are you looking for a paramedic job? Let JEMS help you! Every week, we'll be highlighting some of the best jobs out there.

Watch: Some Boston (MA) Mayoral Candidates Attend Emergency Responders Forum

0
Four of the six Boston mayoral candidates attended a forum put on by Boston first-responders unions, with most of the candidates in attendance saying the police department was understaffed.
The photo shows the back of an ambulance.

Telemedicine Framework for EMS and 911

0
The new resource provides opportunities to leverage telemedicine to deliver high-quality and cost-efficient care.
The image shows a stethescope making a heart over a pride flag.

Call Me by My Name!

0
EMS can continuously improve to better the interaction and become culturally capable and inclusive.
A firefighter from the 423rd Civil Engineer Squadron, listens to a walkie-talkie during an exercise at RAF Molesworth, England, Sept. 23, 2020.

Public Access to Honolulu (HI) Police and Fire Scanners to End

0
The public's long-standing access to routine radio communications by Honolulu police and firefighters is coming to an end.

Rural EMS Dispatchers

0
This pilot study provides insights into the experiences, challenges and opportunities for improvement that exist for rural 911 dispatchers.
JEMS Career Center

Paramedic Jobs: Week of June 7, 2021

0
Are you looking for a paramedic job? Let JEMS help you! Every week, we'll be highlighting some of the best jobs out there.
Rob Pahlavan

Rob Pahlavan Joins Priority Ambulance as Chief Technology Strategy Officer

0
Priority Ambulance announced that healthcare technology and services veteran Rob Pahlavan has joined the company as Chief Technology Strategy Officer.

Hanover (MA) Firefighter/Paramedic Honored for Work on Mobile COVID-19 Care Program

0
Fred Freeman was recently honored with a COVID Profile in Courage award from the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.
The side of a Tacoma Police Department squad car.

Civilians in Tacoma (WA) Could Be Trained to Take Over Some Police Work

0
Thousands of emergency calls made in Tacoma could be handled by trained civilians rather than sworn police officers.

Most Read