emergency medical services

(redirected from Ambulance Corps)

e·mer·gen·cy med·i·cal ser·vic·es

(EMS) (ē-mĕr'jĕn-sē med'i-kăl sĕr'vis-ĕz)
An agency that provides prehospital care and transport to the sick and wounded.
Synonym(s): ambulance service, emergency medical service system.
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A few of the deeds that are occurring this month are the donation of the Green Carpet for this month's Muscular Dystrophy Association Muscle Team Fundraiser at Chelsea Piers, a contribution to the Carlstadt, NJ, Volunteer Ambulance Corps, a Silver Sponsorship of the New York City Chapter of Corenet, and participation in the 37th Annual Friends of St.
Rose has also worked in Forest Hills Volunteer Ambulance Corps.
It sid Burhani Ambulance Corps (BAC) is helping Bohra Community members in getting saplings.
Consider "ride-alongs" with local fire departments and ambulance corps or rotations at the emergency department of a local trauma center.
William Somerset Maugham (25 January 1874-16 December 1965) served with the Red Cross and in the ambulance corps during World War I.
Formed in the autumn of 1985 by the amalgamation of Brighouse Royal British Legion and the Northern Skyriders (formerly Brighouse St John Ambulance Corps Band), Conquest Alliance drew its 120-plus members from Brighouse, Huddersfield, Mirfield, Halifax, Elland, Bradford and as far afield as Sheffield, Warrington and Nottingham.
uk | Deanna Owen received the honour of being Ambulance Control Personality at Clwyd ambulance HQ in September 1986 | Ambulancemen Eifion Wyn Williams and Derek Eardley receive a Pneupac resuscitator from Llandudno Round Table in May 1988 | Two ambulances belonging tho the Colwyn Bay voluntary ambulance corps, which was wound up in 1991, after 80 years | Wendy Doodson training for a two-mile sponsored swim in June 1990, to raise funds for a mobile treatment unit for the Colwyn Bay Division of St John Ambulance Brigade.
com)-- On Saturday, July 30, 2016, the Shelter Island Cricket Club (SICC) will again play its annual cricket match to raise money for the Shelter Island Ambulance Corps.
Each chapter begins with an introduction to the conflict to provide historical background and then features short sections on the status and effects of medical practices including ambulance corps, the treatment of yellow fever and cranial surgery.
The train will be in the charge of a section of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company's St John Ambulance Corps, all of whom have, with their comrades, done a large amount of voluntary ambulance work in assisting in the de-training of the wounded from the ambulance trains arriving at Aintree Station since the outbreak of the war.
The pair were part of a small band of female nurses on motorbikes called Munro's Ambulance Corps but gradually, frustrated by how many men were dying before they could even reach a hospital, decided to set up their own first aid post on the front line in Pervyse, just a few miles from Ypres.