The EMS Today 2021 Call for Presentations has been extended to May 22. We are looking for innovative sessions our attendees won’t find at any other conference.
Because of emergency staffing issues at a Covington, Kentucky, nursing home, a team of four medics and one registered nurse from the Kentucky Air Guard are now providing medical support during the coronavirus pandemic.
To help in the fight against fight COVID-19, 3-D printers are being run out of the Carson City Library in Nevada to provide much-needed medical supplies for hospitals, laboratories, and other facilities.
Celia Yap-Banago, a Research Medical Center nurse who was scheduled to retire next week, died Tuesday night after contracting COVID-19 from a patient.
On Monday, nurses at the University of California—Irvine (UCI) Medical Center went public with their fears that they do not have the needed amount of personal protective equipment such as N95 masks to treat coronavirus patients.
City commissioners will meet Wednesday to discuss temporarily lifting an ordinance's restrictions banning other ambulance providers from entering the South Texas Emergency Medical Services Foundation’s service area in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Liacouras Center, usually used for concerts and as TU's home basketball court, has moved in 180 hospital beds and medical equipment to prepare for COVID-19 patients who not able to be accepted into local hospitals.
On Monday morning, a field medical station opened at the Meadowlands in Secaucus as the state's COVID-19 death toll approaches 1,000.
Rensselaer Mayor Michael Stammel secretly signed a new contract with Empire Ambulance without submitting the contract to be approved by the common council.
What it's like to work for Wake County EMS.