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Daily American Staff WriterOn Monday Marclay Community Ambulance started to respond to calls with New Centerville & Rural Volunteer Fire Co. ambulance. In November New Centerville announced that they were looking for an ambulance service to provide coverage in their area. As a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA bill that would allow Washington County’s volunteer fire and rescue companies to bill for services ran into resistance Thursday from representatives of insurance companies. Some members of the House Health and Government Operations Committee also...
email@example.comLake Royer is a man-made body of water, built in the 1800s for summer recreation and ice production in the winter. On Sunday, no one had to break the ice, but there were more than 100 people cavorting — briefly — in its 40-degree waters for...
A new group of emergency medical technicians began responding to ailing residents this week as part of the Glendale Fire Department’s efforts to expand advanced life support coverage throughout the city. As of Monday, the new EMTs replaced...
Special to the TribuneA 59-year-old man who fell through ice in a small lake in south suburban Homewood was pronounced dead at 4:58 p.m. today at Ingalls Memorial Hospital in nearby Harvey. The man was identified as William Kasper of the 18400 block of Gottschalk Avenue in...
Tags: Health, Homewood, Hospitals and Clinics
A plan to save the city up to $2.5 million annually by transitioning more firefighters into dual paramedic roles was made final this week. The City Council on Tuesday approved an amendment to the Glendale Firefighters’ Assn. contract that sets into...
Tags: Disasters and Accidents
firstname.lastname@example.orgLANCASTER — Garrard County Emergency Medical Services Director Chuck O’Neal and his staff emptied every piece of medical equipment from their ambulance fleet last week. Baskets of bandages, gloves, IV bags, oxygen masks and more were piled...
Tags: Health, Technology, Medical Specialization, John Wilson, Judges
Tribune reporterA teenager six months pregnant was shot and killed in the Marquette Park neighborhood on the South Side, but doctors were able to deliver her son, authorities said. "The baby is pretty much fighting for his life," Debbie Jefferson said of her grandson....
Ruth Hernandez, a registered nurse in Avera St. Luke's Hospital's Intensive Care Unit, recently completed her critical care registered nurse certification. The certification helps nurses maintain an up-to-date knowledge base of acute and critical care...
email@example.comThe Waynesboro Borough Council on Wednesday hosted the first of two public hearings required to distribute Community Development Block Grant money. A consultant from Mullin & Lonergan Associates explained the federal funding, which is passed through...
firstname.lastname@example.orgClaudia Westman doesn't have a family doctor. To help her remain the picture of health, she took advantage of some of the health screenings at Saturday's 28th annual Waynesboro Hospital Health Fair. "They have an excellent reputation for health fairs....
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