Amidst challenges faced by first responders during the COVID-19 global health pandemic, like balancing mental health needs and maintaining personal protective supplies, support from both their co-workers and the communities they serve has proved vital for staff at Armstrong Ambulance, in Arlington, Massachusetts.
The Raynham (MA) Fire Department responded to a three-car accident involving a motorcycle.
An EMT with Brewster Ambulance Service is apologizing after a Facebook post that threatened to run over rioters who were vandalizing buildings in Brockton, Massachusetts.
Massachusetts celebrated National EMS Week on Wednesday with a "Convoy of Champions," an ambulance caravan that ended up in Fenway Park.
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.
While the death toll at the state-run Holyoke Soldiers' Home continues to climb, federal officials are investigating whether residents were denied proper medical care and the state's top prosecutor is deciding whether to bring legal action.
Certain healthcare providers certified in other states, or previously holding Massachusetts certification, may apply and be issued temporary certifications.
A Boston EMS employee has tested positive for COVID-19, the union said on Twitter.
A biotech meeting at a hotel in downtown Boston appears to be the source of a cluster of the coronavirus in the U.S. — and a warning for employers who are still holding big gatherings as the outbreak spreads.
With new deaths reported and the number of confirmed U.S. cases exceeding 1,000, lawmakers and health officials set up containment zones and quarantine areas and sought to limit contact with those who might be infected.