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Ambulance Recovered After Being Stolen Outside Atlanta’s (GA) Grady Hospital

The vehicle was left unattended outside the hospital at 80 Jesse Hill Drive while its driver was tending to a patient.

Gold Star EMS Signs Service Agreement with Phoebe

The agreement with Phoebe Putney Health System will provide medically necessary ambulance transports for Phoebe patients.
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Will Atlanta (GA) Create Its Own Ambulance Service?

Some leaders are unhappy with response times with Grady EMS and are thinking of creating a city-run ambulance service.
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Mother, Child Injured in Head-On Crash with Ambulance in Atlanta (GA)

A mother and her 5-year-old child were rushed to a hospital with serious injuries Tuesday afternoon after their car smashed into an ambulance.
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Seven 911 Jurisdictions Overlap Atlanta’s Airport

A new report looks into the tangled web of emergency response at Atlanta's airport and how it can have deadly consequences.
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GA Residents Asked to Stop Calling 911 about Loud Cicadas

A Georgia county has had enough and is asking people to stop calling 911 about the loud bugs.

Atlanta (GA) Mayor Announces City’s First Emergency Medical Services Micro Station

The EMS Station—to be constructed at 4532 Campbellton Road—would shorten EMS response times for the community.

GA Woman Charged in Fatal 2020 Crash That Killed Athens Paramedic

Jennifer Lee Patrick, 43, who worked for National EMS, died on September 19, 2020, in the head-on collision.
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COVID-19 Shuts Down Emory University’s Collegiate EMS for Good

Emory University will not re-start its collegiate EMS program this fall, the university announced. The program was put on pause last spring because of COVID-19.
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Federal Funding Aimed at Easing Worker Burnout, Depression

Grants will help develop strategies for reducing and addressing suicide, burnout, mental health conditions and substance abuse orders.