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Why EMT Sign-On Bonuses Are Destroying Your Team Culture

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Are sign-on bonuses a good idea? The reality is, they’re not, according to Royal Ambulance.
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Personal Protective Equipment for Emergency Medical Services; Research and System Needs

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Exceptionally high rates of occupational fatality and injury rates among paramedicine clinicians indicates EMS-specific risk reduction research is desperately needed.
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At Last! FDNY EMS Getting Pay Raise

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FDNY EMTs, Paramedics and Fire Inspectors work schedules will now more closely model that of the FDNY Firefighters and NYPD Officers.
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FDNY EMS Workers Want Bonuses or Raises, Not Parade for Pandemic Work

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There’s no joy among city EMTs and paramedics over Mayor Bill de Blasio’s COVID-19 heroes ticker tape parade next week.
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EMS Professionals Sue for Pay and Work Violations

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Out-of-state EMTs and paramedics who answered the call to work in New York City during the height of the coronavirus pandemic are suing a private ambulance operator for pay they say they were promised but never received.

The EMS Today Show: FDNY EMS Inequity Must be Corrected!

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A.J. Heightman speaks to Anthony Almojera, a 13-year veteran lieutenant paramedic with FDNY EMS and the vice president of Local 3621, the FDNY EMS Officers' union representing lieutenants and captains.

NYC Council Backs EMS Pay Parity

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The New York City Council backed a plan for underpaid emergency medical technicians to earn as much as police and firefighters.

Paramedicine Strategic Planning

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Immediate action must be taken so that paramedicine agencies will be sufficiently supported for the second COVID-19 wave and beyond.

FDNY EMS Union Calls for More Pay

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New York City's EMTs and paramedics called for fair pay among all first responders at a City Council hearing on Tuesday.