—6 Battle Tested Lessons for Positive Change Have you ever worked for someone who takes complete responsibility for ALL their actions? Someone who never passes the buck? I have. It’s awesome. It’s inspiring. It’s leadership to the
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— And How To Keep It From Ruining Your Life Sometimes really smart people do really dumb stuff. If you work EMS or air medical, this isn’t news. In fact, it’s common. It’s one reason
An Open Letter To EMS Who Want To Fly. It hurts me to write this. For years, I’ve been the “EMS fly guy.” Not only because I’m good at getting people hired, but because it’s the number one question on the top of every paramedic, pilot and nurse’s mind: “How do I get paid to fly on a trauma helicopter?”
Be Warned —This article is raw. Hard to read. Hard to write. Hard to admit. Why? Because EMS looking out for each other is a no-brainer. Or at least something we all want as a no-brainer. Who better to look out for you
CUMBERLAND, Md. — An ongoing shortage of pilots and a temporary electrical issue for the last week has reduced the availability of the Maryland State Police medevac helicopter based at the Greater Cumberland Regional Airport.
FLORIDA - Three people were killed and at least eight people were injured in a shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola on Friday morning.
KIMBALL, Minn - Landowners plant flag near fatal MN National Guard helicopter crash site.
CLEVELAND, Ohio — The MetroHealth System will base a Life Flight helicopter at Lake Health TriPoint Medical Center in Concord during the day to help reduce response time.
GREENVILLE, S.C. — A South Carolina hospital recently unveiled a new neonatal intensive care ambulance to better transport ill newborns.
PENSACOLA, FL - An active shooter situation is reportedly occurring as of 7:15 a.m. at Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Lila Kohn Gale was on a cruise eating dinner with her husband and son when she had a stroke on the first night aboard, just four hours after the ship left the docks in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., her family says.
CALIFORNIA - A news helicopter in California was struck by an unknown object, believed to be a drone, while in flight yesterday.