A helpful resource to identify EDs is the Emergency Medicine Network (EMNet)’s free smart phone app, findERnow.
NORTH EAST, MD -- Operative Experience Inc., (OEI) a company that develops the world’s only hands-in-the-body medical simulators for obstetrics, trauma and surgical training, announced the launch of TCCS Female, the first high-fidelity female patient simulator for tactical trauma training for the military and civilian first responders.
BELLINGHAM, Wash. - Emergency Reporting (ER), the global leader in cloud-based reporting and records management software for Fire and EMS agencies, has appointed Lance Clark, founder and CEO of Ident Solutions, to its board of directors.
DENVER -- Air Methods, the leading air medical service, announces that it has launched nationwide the “No Membership Required” initiative to allow patients to focus on recovery and not have to navigate the insurance and billing process alone.
Life-Assist, one of the nation’s leading distributors of EMS product supplies, is excited to announce the opening of its new distribution center in Lenexa, Kansas.
VRpatients, a virtual reality training simulation company serving EMS and healthcare practitioners and clinicians, celebrated its grand opening November 8, 2019 at The Fort, a former fire truck manufacturing plant resurrected as a multi-functional business complex located in Columbus’ Steelton district.
Anthony Connelly, EMT-P, BHSc, PGCEd., was elected Chair of the Board of Directors of International Trauma Life Support (ITLS) on November 17.
Each kit includes six individual public treatment kits which contain medical equipment and lifesaving instructions to help stop life threatening bleeding in the valuable minutes prior to advanced help and medical transportation arriving on the scene.
Mobile Life Support Services, the largest emergency medical provider in the Hudson Valley, has announced that Angel Aguilar, from Newburgh, N.Y., has been promoted to the position of Controller.
The Charles County Department of Emergency Services is taking a significant step to improve outcomes, announcing the implementation of two resuscitation quality improvement programs that prepare public safety responders and 9-1-1 specialists in providing high-quality CPR when responding to cardiac arrest events.