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Time Constraints for New Fire Department Worries MD Commissioners

Carroll County commissioners don't think there's enough time to get all the issues ironed out to create a new fire department by July.

Morgan County EMS (WV) Opens EMS Station

Morgan County EMS has started operating out of its new station

Bruce County Paramedic Services (Canada) Opens EMS Post

The Bruce County Paramedic Services opened a new paramedic post

Berwyn Fire Co. (PA) Opens EMS Substation

Berwyn Fire Company has opened a new substation in the district in Tredyffrin, reports Daily Local News. The facility at the Neuman Professional Building will...

Delmar-Bethlehem (NY) EMS Partners with Township for New EMS Station

The solution was renovation of an existing town building that served the sewer and highway departments and as police storage after the town purchased an adjacent building for the highway department.

MedixSafe Now Offers EMS and Fire Personnel Even More Convenient Secure Access to Narcotics...

With the latest addition of this Bluetooth technology, KARE is now available in three different technologies to achieve access—HID, Multi-Class, and Bluetooth format card readers—with a key override built right into the electronic lock.

University Medical Center Makes Investment in Lubbock (TX) EMS Station

University Medical Center has broken ground on its EMS Station One, reports KCBD 11. The facility will be the home of an three-ambulance garage, EMS...

Cape Coral (FL) EMS Station to Reduce Response Times

Cape Coral is investing in a new Emergency Medical Service station, reports Wink News. In south Cape, they hit that rate 96% of the time,...

EMS-Only Stations Have Specific Needs Not Found in Fire-Only Stations

EMS departments and squads work closely with architects in planning and designing those spaces to make them most effective for the stations’ responders.

New EMS Station for Boston (MA)

The approximately 10,500-square foot structure comprises 11 nondrive-through apparatus bays, each double deep to accommodate two ambulances, and outfitted with vehicle exhaust systems.

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