A Faebook post from an Illinois fire department turned some heads yesterday when it announced the department was buying an electric ambulance.
Rensselaer Mayor Michael Stammel secretly signed a new contract with Empire Ambulance without submitting the contract to be approved by the common council.
At Cookeville Regional Medical Center in the county seat, doctors and nurses have gone from treating about 80 patients injured in the tornado to preparing for coronavirus.
The new numbers bring the total number of firefighters who have tested positive for the coronavirus to 19.
Spotted Dog Technologies cloud-based notification and response software, “Rover,” provides critical two-way communication between dispatchers and first responders that decreases response times and integrates with Emergency Reporting RMS.
Dräger plans to increase U.S. domestic production of the masks and expand its manufacturing footprint over the course of the contract.
The new directive comes as hospitals are dealing with an influx of coronavirus patients.
A study by researchers in Singapore became the latest to estimate that somewhere around 10% of new infections may be sparked by people who carry the virus but have not yet suffered its flu-like symptoms.
Moreno said he was suspicious of the Mercy and believed it had an alternate purpose related to COVID-19 or a government takeover, an affidavit states.
ImageTrend, Inc. announces CrewCare™, its free mobile app originally designed for first responders, is now available for additional healthcare workers such as physicians and nurses.