Emergency Medical Services
On Sunday, the de Blasio administration released details from the mayor’s new budget proposal that authorizes an additional $70 million over the next five years to put more paramedics on the streets and dispatchers at call centers.
Now there’s a device that’s helping some ambulance drivers operate more safely as they work to help others.
A Fire Department emergency medical services lieutenant cried after a reporter confronted him about a string of racist tweets, according to a published report.
The ironworker doing the maintenance high up at the top of the Roosevelt Island tower somehow got his foot stuck between a cable and a wheel.
The incident happened near East 25th Street and Clarendon Road shortly before 10 a.m. That’s when police said a 70-year-old man and his 63-year-old sister had a violent argument.
New York City medics say their safety was jeopardized during Superstorm Sandy and the head of Emergency Medical Services has got to go
Shanequa Mason, 22, left her daughter strapped into a car seat inside her Toyota for 15 minutes on Wednesday while she shopped at a store in Lawrence, police said.
Some medical professionals said they worry the fees will prompt some private hospitals to stop providing ambulance service.