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Technimount EMS Introduces the Most Versatile Mounting System for Pumps

Technimount EMS is proud to introduce a new product line dedicated to securing multiple perfusion and infusion pumps.

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RollTek® Airbags Now Available on All REV Ambulance Group Brands

REV Group, Inc. announces the RollTek airbag system is now available on all REV ambulance brands.

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Pennsauken (NJ) Township Fire Department Takes Delivery of Another Horton Type 3 Ambulance

Horton Emergency Vehicles built this Type 3 ambulance for Pennsauken (PA) Township Fire Department on a Ford E450 chassis with a 157-inch walk-through cab/module and 72 inches of headroom.

Horton Emergency Vehicles built this Type 3 ambulance for Pennsauken (NJ) Township Fire Department on a Ford E450 chassis.

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Rincon Valley (AZ) Fire District Takes Delivery of Wheeled Coach Type 1 Ambulance

The patient module on the Wheeled Coach Type 1 built for Rincon Valley is 153 inches long, 95-inches wide, and 67-inches high.

Rincon Valley is rapidly expanding, and the fire district knew it needed to add an ambulance to be able to better respond to its population’s medical needs.

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Should I Write That Up?!

The photo shows the grill of an orange ambulance.

Should I report situations that are come close to causing injury to us and/or damage to our equipment? The answer is a resounding yes!

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Bethel-Tate (OH) Fire Department Takes Delivery of McCoy Miller Type 1 ALS Ambulance

McCoy Miller built this ALS Type 1 ambulance on a Ford F-550 4x4 chassis and two-door cab for Bethel-Tate (OH) Fire Department.

The department has taken delivery of a McCoy Miller Type 1 ALS ambulance that’s built on a 2021 Ford F-550 4x4 chassis with a two-door cab.

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Magen David Adom Ambulances Safeguarded with IN-EX Cabin Air Filters

This easy-to-install cabin air filter transforms an ambulance’s air conditioning unit into an active air purifier.

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Contain the Risks to Full Exposure

Chemical/Biological/Radiological/Nuclear (CBRN) threats can result in mass casualties or disrupt entire ecosystems.

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Should We Be Transporting Lights and Sirens?

The photo shows the front of an ambulance with its emergency lights on.

We are doing a disservice to our patients when we “rapidly” transport them to the hospital using lights and sirens, writes Jason D. Haag.

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Boone County (WV) Ambulance Authority Gets Wheeled Coach Critical Care Transport Ambulance

Wheeled Coach built this Type 1 Critical Care Transport/Advanced Life Support ambulance for Boone County (WV) Ambulance Authority on a Ford F-450 4x4 chassis with a club cab.

The Boone County (WV) Ambulance Authority has taken delivery on a Wheeled Coach Type 1 Critical Care Transport/Advanced Life Support ambulance.

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