The California Ambulance Association this week published online a commemorative edition of its Siren magazine celebrating the history of EMS in California.
The issue captured national attention when Dr. Lorna Breen, a physician from Charlottesville, Virginia, working on the frontlines of the pandemic in New York, died by suicide.
The National EMS Quality Alliance (NEMSQA), in collaboration with Florida Department of Health Division of Emergency Preparedness and Community Support, invites members of the EMS community and the public to submit ideas for consideration for use in the Feasible, Actionable, Impactful, Relevant (F.A.I.R.) EMS Measurement Project.
Paramedic Danny Hughes uses Google Live Transcribe to speak to patients who would otherwise be unable to read his lips behind his mask.
They are the first graduates of the PFD’s new EMT-to-paramedic program, which was offered through a partnership with Tower Health.
Fifty years ago today, California Gov. Ronald Reagan signed the first paramedic act into law at the state level in the United States.
Amidst challenges faced by first responders during the COVID-19 global health pandemic, like balancing mental health needs and maintaining personal protective supplies, support from both their co-workers and the communities they serve has proved vital for staff at Armstrong Ambulance, in Arlington, Massachusetts.
Several workshops were held and focused on introducing the concept and roles of a pediatric emergency care coordinator, implementation and possible barriers of implementation for a successful program.
This week, there are about 100 products that are currently unavailable across all types of the medicines that are used in emergency care.
The Raynham (MA) Fire Department responded to a three-car accident involving a motorcycle.