A Wisconsin paramedic who treated COVID-19 patients inside a quarantine zone is giving his first-hand account of how he helped and why other providers should not be afraid of treating people.
An Indiana woman who had given birth just a few days earlier said her instincts kicked in when she stopped along a highway to help save a driver who was on fire after his tanker truck loaded with jet fuel burst into flames.
The Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP) at the University of Minnesota has launched an online CIDRAP COVID-19 Resource Center.
Tri-Towns Emergency Medical Services and Bloomington Volunteer Fire Company responded to provide emergency medical care to the mother and infant.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has granted $958,000 to the City of Stockton to train members of the Stockton Fire Department as paramedics.
Idaho police say at least two people were killed and three were injured in a shooting at an apartment complex for senior citizens in Caldwell.
A wide share of Americans are at least moderately confident in U.S. health officials’ ability to handle emerging viruses, and more express concern about catching the flu than catching the new coronavirus, according to a poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.
One person has been arrested for the stabbing of a man inside London’s Regents Park Mosque.
A new program in Maryland looking to shorten emergency room wait times for ambulance patients is showing promise, according to a report.
The new initiative uses a “war room model” inspired by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s approach to finding homes for people suddenly displaced by hurricanes.