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Emergency Medical Services

Guide to a variety of research, news, and information sources related to Emergency Medical training and procedures.

Emergency Medical Services Program


 he Star of Life symbol defines EMS with it's branches. (Image courtesy of

The goals of the Emergency Medical Services program are to provide clinically competent, entry-level practitioners with the communication skills needed for communication with patients and other healthcare providers.

Emergency Medical Services

On a rainy day, EMS w

Honoring a fallen hero, ambulances participate in a funeral procession.

Photo credit: Ike Isenhower

Firefighter fighting a battle against a veld-fire at Ashton Bay, Jeffreys Bay, Eastern Cape Province, Republic of South Africa

StevenTerblanche, CC BY-SA 4.0 <>, via Wikimedia Commons

Firefighter engine emergency driving while heavy snowing.

Miha Peče.

Photo credit: Jason Bowman

Photo credit: Jason Bowman

First World War, doctor and paramedic

Photo credit: Adományozó/Donor: Angyalföldi Helytörténeti Gyűjtemény.

The Employment of Women in Britain, 1914-1918

London County Council female ambulance drivers removing a stretcher case from the car and carrying it into the King George Hospital, 1918.

FDNY Ambulance 314

Photo credit: Kidfly182, CC BY-SA 4.0 <>, via Wikimedia Commons

Cardiopulmonary resusucitation

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