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Jennifer Ladd
How To Perform CPR: The Crucial Steps You Should Know (and Share!)
Loved this article/illustration (http://www.highperformanceems.com/2014/09/29/how-to-perform-cpr-the-crucial-steps-you-should-know-and-share/) for CPR of Adult, Peds, and Pets! Awesome!!!
2014-10-02 09:34:24
Steve
Static v. Dynamic: A Continuum of Cost
Except it costs money to pay for a station. Skip the station and instead put the money you would have spent on the station and instead pay your providers more AND get more providers out on the street. Fire departments are going to have a hell of a time justifying their wastes in coming years...
2014-09-30 17:48:40
HP-EMS Profile: MedStar Mobile Healthcare | Hig...
HP-EMS Profile: MedStar Mobile Healthcare
[…] What I learned from MedStar about community paramedicine and how they support their crews on my visit to their facility in Fort Worth, Texas.  […]
2014-09-23 08:52:21
Betty lou Schau
HP-EMS Profile: MedStar Mobile Healthcare
What a great article, and kudos to MedStar for leading the way in Mobile Integrated Healthcare!
2014-09-15 11:32:45
Matt Zavadsky
HP-EMS Profile: MedStar Mobile Healthcare
WOW!! What a great article! Thanks so much for recognizing the people AND technology that make these programs work, whether here, or anywhere!
2014-09-12 08:06:15

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