- 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
- Cox Medical Center MCCU- Springfield Missouri
1971 Cox Medical Center became one of the first hospitals in the nation with a Mobile Coronary Care Unit. This specially equipped ambulance was dispatched to provide immediate care to people in coronary distress.
- Grady Memorial Hospital - Atlanta
Grady Memorial Hospital first opened on June 1 1892 as Atlanta’s second oldest hospital, and was named for Henry W, Grady who was the managing editor of the Atlanta Constitution newspaper during that era. When it opened, the facility featured 100 beds and a single operating room that featured an amphitheater for medical
- Terry Spurr, MBE
London Ambulance Service (LAS) museum curator Terry Spurr MBE has finally retired from the LAS aftermore than 43 years service. Here’s how it all started.
- Early Thumper Ad- Michigan Instruments
- Women went to War
WOMEN STEPPED UP WHEN CITRUS HEIGHTS FIREFIGHTERS WENT TO WAR
- 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.
- The History of Fort Worth EMS
The late George L. Gause created the first funeral home and ambulance service in the frontier town of Fort Worth in 1879. The Ray Crowder Ambulance Service then became the primary public dispatched EMS service in the late 60's and early 70's. Turner Ambulance Services also served the city during the 70's and changed to
- 1909 Electric Ambulance- The Lying In Hospital, New York City
1909 Electric Ambulance
- A Death of Historical Significance- The closing of Saint Vincent's Hospital in New York City marks the end of an era
Anyone will tell you that St. Vincent's Hospital has always been there. Saint Vincent's rose up from the ground in Greenwich Village at the beginning of time and maintained its mission throughout the ages. Through tragedy after tragedy, historical holocaust and epidemic, Saint Vincent's persevered and led New York City
- New York City Citizens Defense Ambulance
No information accompanied photo, which is believed to have been part of the Civil Defense Program in New York City following WW II.
- Ambulance Cots: Yesterday to Today
The product evolution of the present state of the art ambulance cot is a history of emergency patient care and continuing concern with the comfort of the patient, the physical demands on the provider and the safety of both. Demand for emergency patient handling equipment is directly related to the standard of living of the
- 2009: This Is For Us/ FDNY*EMS
A photo slideshow of FDNY*EMS Personnel
- 1908: White Steamer Ambulance
Ad for White Steamer Ambulance, featuring photo from Kings County Hospital- Brooklyn N.Y.
- 1869: Bellevue's Tumultuous Past
A history of Bellevue Hospital Ambulance, New York City
- 1970: Houston Emergency Ambulance Service
1970: The City of Houston Emergency Ambulance Service
- 1928: Americas First Volunteer Rescue Squad
Julian Wise, Roanoake Life Saving and First Aid Crew- Americas first volunteer rescue squad
- 1962: "Model Ambulance Ordinance"
1962: "Model Ambulance Ordinance"
- 1950: New Orleans Police EMS
New Orleans Police EMS
- 1968: Ralph Feichter, MD
Ralph Feichter, MD
- 1967: Origin of the "Star of Life"
The Origin of the "Star of Life"
- 1975: PARAMEDICS International Magazine
PARAMEDICS International Magazine
- 1955: Karl William Edmark, MD
Karl William Edmark, MD
- 1976: Nancy Caroline, MD
Dr. Nancy Caroline
- 2008: Last Surviving Horsedrawn Bellevue Ambulance
The last surviving horsedrawn Bellevue Ambulance