Jon Krohmer, MD, director of the NHTSA Office of Emergency Medical Services, celebrates the commitment of EMS professionals during the coronavirus pandemic.
U.S. officials are invoking a rarely used provision of American law that would shield companies from antitrust regulations to help the country from again running out of medical supplies in a pandemic.
Jeremy Emerich, 40, "was a dedicated servant to his country as a veteran, his community as a long time firefighter and emergency medical technician," according to a Facebook post by the Lehigh Valley Health Network MedEvac.
The Ohio Senate Judiciary Committee approved a fourth draft of the bill, which includes amendments extending this immunity to additional businesses such as emergency rooms and health clubs.
Massachusetts celebrated National EMS Week on Wednesday with a "Convoy of Champions," an ambulance caravan that ended up in Fenway Park.
The New Jersey EMS Task Force has received a generous donation from EMS products distributor V.E. Ralph & Son, Inc.
Preliminary research indicates the numbers of nursing home residents testing positive for the coronavirus and dying from COVID-19 are linked to location and population density — not care quality ratings.
Author George W. Contreras salutes EMS personnel during EMS Week and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thousands of “gig economy” workers, including ride-hailing service drivers and food couriers, are torn between safety and sustenance.
Neil Ruch died on Monday after being admitted to the hospital last month, where he was on a ventilator in the intensive care unit.