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Muskogee (OK) Police to Provide Transport to Free Up Ambulances

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Escalating numbers of new COVID-19 cases requiring emergency health care or hospitalization continue to hobble local resources.
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Muskogee County (OK) Declares ‘Local Emergency’

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County commissioners on Monday declared a "local emergency," citing an escalation in the number of new COVID-19 cases and limited availability of hospital beds and ambulances.
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Love County (OK) E911 Gets Tech Upgrade

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Dispatchers are very thankful for the new facility and technological updates, and remain ready to help serve the community in any way that they can.

AMR Accuses EMSA of Orchestrating Ambulance Takeover

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The Emergency Medical Services Authority (EMSA) will take over ambulance operations in Oklahoma City and Tulsa from its contractor, American Medical Response, amid a legal battle over $16 million in disputed payments.

Enrollment Open for Paramedic Courses in OK

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The program is for adult students with an EMT credential and a high school diploma or GED. Classes begin April 20.

A Message to EMS Providers About Racism

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Dr. Jeffrey M. Goodloe addresses why EMS providers need to be committed to avoiding racism in our actions and to stop racism when we see it being done by others.

Pandemic Wrecks Many State Budgets, Could Trigger Deep Cuts

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Many states expect their revenue to plunge by 15% to 20% because government-ordered lockdowns have wiped out much of the economy and caused tax collections to evaporate.

Community Comes Out to Support OK EMT

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The community came out to celebrate Ibeth Carpenter at a Tulsa rehabilitation hospital.

Storms Hit Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana Leaving Deaths in Aftermath

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Severe weather was moving through Mississippi early Thursday after apparent tornadoes tore through parts of Oklahoma, Texas and Louisiana.

Remembering the Oklahoma City Bombing 25 Years Later

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Survivors and loved ones of the 168 people who were killed in the Oklahoma City bombing were not able to gather Sunday to mark the 25th anniversary of the attack, but that did not stop them from remembering.