Page, Wolfberg & Wirth (PWW) today celebrates two decades of service to the EMS industry. For the last twenty years, the firm has been a legal and educational resource for EMS agencies, billing companies, public safety agencies and others related to the provision of emergency medical services and prehospital care in the United States.
We know drones as children’s toys, from videos and maybe from the military. But drones are much more than that, and Falck is now testing how drones can be a help in health and treatment.
Dr. Gregory R. Frailey, the medical director for Pennsylvania College of Technology’s paramedic and physician assistant programs, recently received the Robert D. Aranosian, DO, FACOEP Award for Excellence in Emergency Medical Services.
Air Methods has announced the promotion of JaeLynn Williams to the position of Chief Executive Officer.
The International Academies of Emergency Dispatch (IAED) has re-accredited RAA’s Communications Center as a Center of Excellence for the seventh consecutive time.
The Front Line Foundation announced today they will be increasing death benefits to the families of first responders who are killed in the line of duty.
American Emergency Vehicles (AEV), part of the REV Group (REVG) and manufacturer of Type I, II, III and Medium-Duty ambulances, is proud to announce its vehicles are now Certified Green by TRA Certification, the first ambulance manufacturer to receive this certification.
The Center for Public Safety Excellence (CPSE), an international technical organization committed to leading the fire and emergency service industry to excellence, today announced the approval of the 10th Edition of the Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI) model.
Six students in Salt Lake Community College’s (SLCC) Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Program were awarded the AT&T Public Safety Hero Scholarship to support their first responder training.
ImageTrend, Inc. introduces Preset Values, a new feature in Elite that provides crews with new workflows to reduce the number of repetitive clicks and time spent documenting common scenarios.