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.
Brent Thor discusses the importance of driver safety in EMS, his personal passion for safety and the evolution of technology within EMS and fire.
Attorney Doug Wolfberg on the challenges emergency medical providers may face when using a drone in the field.
A new documentary looks at how one family manages to eke out a living in Mexico City one ambulance patient at a time.
The bottom line is that patients are less likely to sue you if you are nice to them and pay attention to them as an equal human being and not judge them.
You may find that a new nursing home will be opening in your district. It's going to be okay.
Residents of rural communities face unique barriers – higher rates of poverty, difficulty traveling long distances to a hospital or doctor’s office, and lack of access to innovations.