Its store in Tulsa is at 10220 S. Memorial Drive.
In the majority of states, it takes 12 times longer to get a license to style hair as a cosmetologist than to get a license to give life-saving care as an emergency medical technician.
The August wreck left a patient dead and an emergency medical technician with broken arms and legs, troopers reported.
Muskogee County Emergency Medical Service is offering an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) course for anyone interested in becoming an EMT.
The Broken Arrow Fire Department is accepting applications for the position of Firefighter beginning July 1. The deadline for all submissions…
The Broken Arrow Fire Department is accepting applications for the position of Firefighter.
When Saint Francis Hospital opened its doors in 1960, founder William K. Warren, Sr., knew it was only the beginning. He envisioned an expandi…
As a cardiologist in Los Angeles during the 1960s, Dr. Walter S. Graf became alarmed by the number of heart attack sufferers who died while en route to hospitals.
A service was held Friday at Moore's Southlawn Funeral Home for Hudson, who died of cancer at 52.
Starting Aug. 17, the EMT course will be held from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays at the RSU Pryor campus, 2155 Highway 69A in the MidAmerica Industrial Park.
The documents reveal that drug syringes weren’t properly labeled, Clayton Lockett was never moved to a “high max” cell in the seven days ahead of his execution, as required by DOC protocol.
Trainees spend a day learning how to drive an ambulance, experiencing the feel of the bulky vehicle's weight and body roll.
A small hospital in the Ohio countryside has hung up signs imploring patients to let nurses know immediately if they have traveled recently to West Africa.
EMSA launched a social media blitz this week in a new effort to recruit and inform applicants for medic positions.
City Councilor John Eagleton wants to change a city ordinance to make a city employee's refusal to answer lawful questions from the auditor grounds for firing.
A Creek Nation emergency medical technician filed a lawsuit Tuesday in federal court against a state trooper who is accused of choking him during a May 24 traffic stop in Okfuskee County.
Maurice White, Jr. claims his civil rights were violated by trooper Daniel Martin, whose actions remain under review by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
In addition to the nation's much-reported
nursing shortage, ambulance services across
the country are discovering that medics --
both emergency medical technicians and paramedics -- are in short supply.
AP art students will show works
The Turley Volunteer Fire Department will sponsor hayrides with a Halloween theme two weekends in October.