Maria Jacques discusses the benefits of NG911 and EMD working together, the obstacles that public safety can overcome when these teams collaborate, and she shares some tips on how they can work together more effectively for safer and healthier communities.
On Feb. 11, 2013, a small ambulance service from Georgia reported to the federal government that a laptop fell off the back bumper of one of their ambulances. The government opened an investigation into what happened in response. Then, the Feds dug deeper.
In the interest of transparency and sharing knowledge, here is information about the National Registry examinations – backed by science, not myths and misinformation.
Doug Wolfberg looks back on the five people who have played an influential role during his life in EMS.
JEMS Executive Editor Mike McEvoy on what to expect at EMS Today in Tampa, Florida and beyond.
Ashwini Jarral shares insights into the challenges faced by EMS and fire leaders.
The idea of EMS operating under another department is nothing new.
As we usher in another year, we have a suggestion for a very important resolution that we want each of you to consider for 2020: Take better care of yourself!
Let me start by saying I understand the emphasis of the article is “critical thinking.” My concern is the take home message may have been something else.
As a kid growing up in Fort Worth, Texas I had little interest in ambulances or medicine. I do remember one thing about the ambulances in the late 1960s in that they always had signs on the side that stated “oxygen equipped” in big letters.