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Chambers County EMS alongside other Mobile Medical crews deployed to El Paso to aid COVID-19 response.

71 TX Hospitals Now Have Real-Time Access to Mobile Medical Data

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Access to inbound patient records for all 71 hospitals that are affiliated with the Southwest Texas Regional Advisory Network has been activated.
Anthony Pryor

Richmond (TX) Emergency Services Official, 40, Remembered for His Dedication

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Anthony Pryor, a Richmond resident who'd spent a career in fire and emergency services, recently died of complications from COVID-19.

City of Houston Gets First Doses of Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine

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A shipment of 6,000 doses of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine arrived in Houston on Monday, marking the city government's first batch of the potentially life-saving shots.
Gordon Baker

Harris County (TX) Paramedic Dies after COVID-19 Battle

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Paramedic Gordon Baker has lost his courageous two-month battle with COVID, said the Harris County ESD 48 Fire Department.

Rapid Infusion Techniques for Prehospital Whole Blood Transfusions

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Follow these best practices to fully put into practice the concepts of damage control resuscitation by infusing the patient with the life-saving treatment of whole blood with the most rapid infusion techniques available.

Two Houston (TX) Firefighters Hurt When Suspected Impaired Driver Slams into Ambulance

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The injuries to the two firefighters were believed to be minor. They were taken to the hospital as a precaution.

Fort Worth (TX) Officers Recieve Lifesaver Awards

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Three Fort Worth (TX) Police Officers were presented with Lifesaver Awards on Wednesday for their actions in saving the lives of two shooting victims last month. The MedStar crews who were part of the response...

Driver Slams into Ambulance in San Antonio (TX)

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Three people were hurt in a crash early Wednesday involving an ambulance, including a patient and the ambulance operator, according to a report.

Colleagues Remember Cleburne (TX) Fire Department’s Longest-Serving Paramedic

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Billy Wright, 55, passed way last week. He served as the department's longest serving paramedic and was instrumental in the creation of the department's EMT program in the 1980s.
A medical worker puts on PPE.

TX Becomes First State to Surpass One Million COVID-19 Cases

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Texas had recently surpassed California, the most populous state, in recording the highest number of positive coronavirus tests.