A parade of more than 50 ambulances, representing more than 20,000 paramedics, EMTs, and 911 dispatchers, will travel from UMass Medical Center in Worcester to the warning track inside Fenway Park on Wednesday.
A commentary on paramedics responding home, by Steve Whitfield.
An EMT and former chief of the Wallington Fire Department (NJ) died Sunday from complications related to the coronavirus.
During Emergency Medical Services Week, we honor all of the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) providers who play such a critical role in our Nation’s health and safety.
Immediate action must be taken so that paramedicine agencies will be sufficiently supported for the second COVID-19 wave and beyond.
Review lessons learned on how Loudoun County (Virginia) Fire and Rescue trains future EMS supervisors.
Breonna Taylor, 26, was shot when officers entered her Louisville home early March 13 as part of a narcotics investigation.
Two long-serving Yorkshire Ambulance Service (YAS) colleagues have died this week, having contracted COVID-19.
Certain healthcare providers certified in other states, or previously holding Massachusetts certification, may apply and be issued temporary certifications.
As the number of infections has grown to more than 1.1 million worldwide, health care systems are straining under the surge of patients and lack of medical equipment.