- Emergency Medical Services in the United States of America in 1995
The delivery of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) in the United States can best be characterized as being as diverse as the population of the United States. Just as the peoples of the USA are from many different races and cultures, so too are the means of delivering Emergency Medical Services. Thirty years ago, ambulance
- Louis Molino Sr.
Louis Molino, 49, of College Station, TX, training program manager to Fire & Safety Specialists, Inc., and a technical editor for Industrial Fire World, died Friday, July 4, 2014, in Hearne, TX.
- Dr. Carl Young Jr.
Carl B. Young, Jr. of Corpus Christi, Texas passed away, Wednesday, March 12, 2008 at the age of 85.
- The Heartmobile- History and Restoration - Columbus Fire Department
Ohio has played a pivotal role in the development of Emergency Medical Service (EMS) in America over the last eighty years. Many fire departments developed medical care for their own firefighters which gradually grew to include delivery of medical care to their respective communities. In Central Ohio that care
- Planning and Developing a Prehospital MICU-Beekman Downtown Hospital- NYC
The purpose of this article is to suggest a model for the design of an urban prehospital care delivery system taking into account the costs involved, the approach to establishing and maintaining new programs, and the question of the general distribution of resources in terms of the medical commons.
- DAYS BEHIND THE GONG RECALLED BY EX-AMBULANCE SURGEON OF BROOKLYN
24 June 1906 The writer served for nearly four months as ambulance surgeon in one of our large hospitals in Greater New York, and during that time enjoyed many interesting experiences. Occasionally in the daily press the ambulance surgeon's life is described as a hard one, weighed down by scenes of woe and violence,
- CPR and the First Defibrillator- Drs. Kouwenhoven, Jude and Knickerbocker
The story of how Defibrillation and CPR were invented at Johns Hopkins Medical Center
- Portland Oregon Paramedic Program / Leonard Rose, MD
A brief introduction to the pioneer history role of Leonard Rose, MD in helping to develop Portland's early paramedic program.
- 1969: Portland Paramedic Program
A brief introduction to the pioneer accomplishments of the Portland, Oregon paramedic project under the medical direction of Leonard Rose, MD.
- 1969-Los Angeles Area Paramedic Programs
This provides a brief overvire of the historic development of paramedic programs within the Los Angeles Metropolitan Area.
- 1967-Metro Ambulance Service (Atlanta, Georgia)
The history of Metro Ambulance Service of Atlanta, Georgia and one of the Nation's first EMS paramedic programs.
- To The Rescue Museum
On May 28, 1928, Wise and nine coworkers at the Norfolk and Western Railway organized the world's first volunteer rescue squad, The Roanoke Life Saving and First Aid Crew. The Julian Stanley Wise Foundation formed in 1988 to chronicle the history of the volunteer rescue squad movement and emergency medical. On
- Julian Stanley Wise and the Roanoke Lifesaving and First Aid Crew
On May 28, 1928, Wise and nine coworkers at the Norfolk and Western Railway organized the world's first volunteer rescue squad, The Roanoke Life Saving and First Aid Crew.
- Luther Fortson, MD
Dr. Luther Fortson was another pioneering EMS physician who founded one of America's first paramedic programs in Marietta, Georgia which was 20 miles northeast of downtown Atlanta.
- EMERGENCY RESCUE, INC.- Dekalb County Ga.
In 1969 Emergency Rescue, Inc. (ERI) was formed as a volunteer ambulance squad to serve the growing central south portion of Dekalb County, Georgia.
- 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
- 2009: This Is For Us/ FDNY*EMS
A photo slideshow of FDNY*EMS Personnel
- 1979: Southern Ambulance Service
1977:Southern Ambulance Service
- 1897: Dr Emily Dunning Barringer,First Female Ambulance Surgeon
Dr. Emily Dunning Barringer was the first woman admitted to a hospital internship program and the first female Ambulance Surgeon in New Yok City.
- 1970: Mary Beth Michos, RN
Mary Beth Michos, RN
- 2001: Courage Under Fire- 9-11 Responders Show Their True Valor
Supplement to JEMS and FireRescue Magazines detailing the events of September 11, with personal interviews of EMS personnel who responded.
- 2001: 9/11 - Carlos Lillo/Ambulance 485
FDNY*EMS Ambulance 485, assigned to Paramedics Lillo and Abril on September 11.
- 2001: September 11 Memorial- FDNY*EMS EMS Academy
September 11 Memorial built by the instructors and students of the Bureau of Training.
- 2001: 9/11 NYC - Thoughts from the Scene
Handwritten Notes on 9-11
- 2007 National EMS Memorial Service Honorees