National Ambulance Builders (NAB) This article examines the historic contributions of National Ambulance Builders and its founder Idus Willis to the era of ambulance manufacturing and service in both Florida and the U.S..
Gordon K. Allen & Modular Ambulance Corporation This article looks back at the great historic contributions of Gordon K. Allen and the later Modular Ambulance Corporation to the ambulance manufacturing industry and its effets on improving the quality of EMS delivery in both Texas and the United states.
Early FDNY Ambulance "New Hospital on Wheels" BRINGS FIRST AID TO MEN WHO FIGHT NEW YORK’S FIRES FIVE-ALARM FIRE! Thirty-five engines and trucks racing through the streets before dawn. Three hundred crack smoke eaters battling a block-square conflagration. That was the scene, a few weeks ago, when 3,000,000 feet of lumber in a big Brooklyn, N.Y., yard turned into
Enloe Hospital and the Log Ambulance The Enloe Hospital opened in 1917, serving Chico California and its logging industry. To meet the unique need to transport sick and injured lumberjacks off the mountain, Dr. Enloe created a log ambulance that could travel down the timber flume into town.