We live our values each day by providing every community member with safe, on-demand #mobilehealthcare. In an emergency, please do not hesitate to call 911 for #EMS. It is our honor to care for you and your family in your time of need. We live our values every day by providing our communities with safe, on-demand mobile healthcare. In an emergency,… Posted by American Ambulance Association on Monday, June 8, 2020 We live our values each day by providing every community member with safe, on-demand #mobilehealthcare. In an emergency, please do not hesitate to call 911 for #EMS. It is our honor to care for you and your family in your time of need. #MinutesMatter #AlwaysOpen #HereToHelp pic.twitter.com/ISJEHap0Fu — AmericanAmbulanceAsc (@amerambassoc) June 8, 2020 Like & Share on Facebook | Retweet on Twitter
From NPR.com, “As The Nation Chants Her Name, Breonna Taylor’s Family Grieves A Life ‘Robbed‘” The work schedule of an EMT could be grueling; it was especially so in early March, as worries about coronavirus spread. But those who knew her say Taylor welcomed the opportunity to give back and to make a difference in someone’s life. Friends and family agree that Taylor was attracted to a career in health care because she cared about people. In a Facebook post Taylor made as her uncle recovered from a stroke last year, she wrote: Working in health care is so rewarding. It makes me feel so happy when I know I’ve made a difference in someone else’s life. I’m so appreciative of all the staff that has helped my uncle throughout this difficult time and those that will continue to make a difference in his life. Read the full NPR article►
Thank you to the dozens of AAA member ambulance services who answered the call to serve in New York City’s time of need. This Facebook video from fellow member FDNY shows the final deployed medics heading home. Thank you to the many member organizations who answered the call to serve in the New York and New Jersey #COVID19 response. Your service will not be forgotten! #SupportEMS #AlwaysOpen #NotJustaRide Posted by American Ambulance Association on Thursday, May 28, 2020
#AmericaStrong coverage from ABC shares the story of a medic returning home after 42 days of deployment to New York to respond to COVID-19.
BOSTON (CBS) — Fifty ambulances traveled from Worcester’s UMass Medical Center to Boston’s Fenway Park Wednesday in a show of appreciation for paramedics, EMTs and 911 dispatchers. It’s all part of a local celebration of National EMS Week. Continue reading on Boston’s WBZ4►
Reno, Nevada’s REMSA provides nationally recognized ground ambulance service within Washoe County, Nevada. Don’t miss their amazing new “Thank a Healthcare Provider” page, where members of their community are able to share digital thank you notes with REMSA’s Paramedics, EMTs, telecommunicators, pilots, and nurses as well as administrative and operations staff.