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June 7th at 7pm Comedytogo will be at the Grace Chruch 103-15 Union Tpke, Forest Hills, NY for a night of laughter and support for the men and women of the Forest Hills Ambulance Corp.
These folks are serving the community and are inviting you to share an evening of fun with Robyn Schall, Scott Paparcuri with Headliner Tom Daddario. Your host will be Just Plain Keith and a comedy live auction will be held by Mark Zakarin.
Amie Lepsky, Clinical Services Supervisor at Gateway Ambulance Licensed and actively practicing paramedic since 2004. Recipient of the Ombudsman (now Voyce) Caregiver Award. Lynn Potts, Quality Assurance & Customer Relations with Gateway Ambulance since March 2012. Previously in the corporate and medical uniform apparel business. Holds a BS with a degree in Marketing and MBA.
: Lynn Potts 314-807-0960 or Amie Lepsky 314-956-3666
Every once in awhile we like to talk about the whole ambulance driver nametag. Should we care and why? Does it matter and the perception that gets us there.
But don't we own part of the reason we are called Ambulance Drivers? With EMS facebook pages touting Taxi this and shucking that, its no wonder we can't shake the name. Plus the fact that the bulk of the call types we get really don;t leave us with much else to do but drive the ambulance.
A sensititive topic for sure but not as bad as Volly vs. Paid which we are saving for another episode. Join us for this one with your thoughts and suggestions on how we shed this brand we have made for ourselves once and for all.
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Check out Jim at http://emsseo.com and Josh at http://wantynu.com
Valerie Espinoza was elected Commissioner of District 3 of the Public Regulation Commission in November 2012. She began serving her term and was selected to be Vice-Chair of the Commission in January 2013. She is committed to protecting the public interest while engaging utilities to advance efficiency and clean energy sources. She promotes innovation and technological advancement in the telecommunications, water and transportation (train, ambulance and towing) industries and advocates for public safety as a regulator of the Fire Marshall.
Tonight, Wednesday, 10/15/2013 at 10:30pm est here on Delicious Talk Radio the segment Bringing Sexy Back we wellcome Abigale Rich who went from being critically injured as a flight medic on an air ambulance helicopter to an actress,model and playboy bunny.You don't want to miss this show. I encourage listening audience participation please feel free to call in with your questions and comments at 646-652-2877. Delicious Talk Radio is for the mature listening audience 18+ only.
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Are you fighting in front of your children? They're like sponges taking it all in. Will your child become an abuser because they mimicked you? You are responsible for that happening. You might not be physically killing your child when they witness the abuse, but you are killing their spirit and causing them to experience trauma. The cycle repeats itself.
How is Domestic Violence responsible for taking money out of your pocket? You pay when the ambulance is called and the victim has no insurance. You pay for the shelters the victim and their child go to because they are abused. Think about it.
We focus a lot on response in EMS. Our response allong with our training can effect patient outcomes. But what about when response is the focus without equal attention to training. Getting there is only part of what we do, yet is often the one marker that is looked at when it comes to a patients outcome.
This week we talk about EMS response, call types, training and how they reflect on patient outcomes.
Does the 8-10 minute response have a positive impact or is it better training and equipment?
Join us for this discussion.
Call us and join in the discussion! (718) 508-9419 + option #1
Episode 54 – 10/01/2014 – Ebola Update and How We React to Major and Minor Events
Ebola and the first U.S. case in Dallas where the man was sent home and returned in an ambulance;
Basic prevention of the transfer of contagious disease and sanitation generally;
Immunity and boosters found in natural food and vitamin sources;
Hong Kong riots over election ballot certification policy, the arms crossed and impact on national day in China;
Secret Service Director Julia Pierson resigns following evidence of chronic Secret Service failures;
Social media security, Facebook to require birth names and professional or business pages for other purposes;
Passing Personages: Jerrie Mock, age 88 dies, and was the first woman to complete a solo flight around the Earth;
Space Week is October 4 through 10, teaching students about space and the solar system in schools and at home in supplemental home schooling.
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Join The Gist of Freedom tonight as we welcome Lenora Branch Fulani.
Ms. Fulani has spent almost three decades fighting to end the two-party system and create a “viable, national, pro-socialist” party for those who feel ignored by the Democratic and Republican parties. Fulani ran for the presidency in 1988 and 1992.
She grew up in Chester, PA and watched her father die because, she said, no ambulance would come to her poor, African-American neighborhood. This, along with the firing of a gay choir director at her church, shaped her desire to address injustice.
A scholarship student at Long Island’s Hofstra University, she graduated in 1971 and then earned a master’s degree from Columbia University’s Teachers College and a Ph.D. in developmental psychology from the City University of New York, where she was much influenced by Dr. Fred Newman, who would serve as both a mentor and her campaign manager. While a guest researcher at Rockefeller University, she joined Newman’s New York Institute for Social Therapy and Research and his New Alliance Party (NAP).
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