Monday, 19 March 2012

Ems Career Field Changes-Guadalupe County Jail-Mario Alberto Torres-Change Management

Paramedics sign up to help resus research project

Bristol paramedics are set to take part in a study to find the best way of resuscitating patients whose hearts have stopped. Less than a fifth of patients who suffer a cardiac arrest out of hospital currently survive and a study is being held in the city to establish how paramedics might improve rates of [...] read more..


Suspected drunken driver accused of rear-ending ambulance

SAN ANTONIO, TX – Schertz police have accused a man of rear-ending an ambulance while driving drunk. Mario Alberto Torres, 27, was held in the Guadalupe County Jail on one count of accident involving damage to a vehicle greater than $200 and driving while intoxicated. A judge set bail at $4,000. Torres had brought his car [...] read more..


Change Management; EMS Leadership Podcast Episode 75

We enter a time where the EMS Career field changes with every passing day. To have a successful organization we need to change with the times. It’s this change that always seems to bring stress even into the best of organizations. Join Chris Cebollero as he discusses Change Management with Don Lundy, Patrick Pianezza, JB Guiton and [...] read more..

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