As the national EMS organization in Israel, and the only ambulance service and blood bank mandated by law, Magen David Adom (MDA) is at the forefront of the country's fight against the coronavirus.
Lawmakers and first responders from across the country today called for the creation of a new law to protect the T-Band spectrum.
Chicago’s fire commissioner is reportedly telling dispatchers not to admit there are no ambulances available when the city is swamped with medical emergencies.
Maria Jacques discusses the benefits of NG911 and EMD working together and the obstacles that public safety can overcome when these teams collaborate. She also shares some tips on how they can work together more effectively for safer and healthier communities.
Recordings show Cleveland EMS asked a sick patient to walk to the emergency room after the patient thought he might have the new coronavirus, according to a report.
EMTs with American Medical Response Seattle are reportedly upset they were not notified they were transporting someone who was possibly infected with coronavirus.
People in rural areas of the United States wait, on average, nearly twice as long for ambulances as those in urban areas. New research from the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health has found that hospital closures in rural areas increase those EMS transport times.
The 911 Legislation Tracking Database has served as a resource for states looking to gather insight into neighboring legislative efforts or improve their emergency communications operations.
A jack holding up the car slipped while the woman was putting on the spare tire, causing the woman's hands to get stuck between the tire and the fender.
U.S. Representative Bobby L. Rush (D-Ill.) has introduced legislation to study, and ultimately find ways to reduce, the number of ambulance diversions taking place in Chicago and throughout the country.