Wednesday, Jul 30 
Ambulance flips in Ashland (Daily Independent)
One minor injury was reported after a passenger car collided with an ambulance at an intersection in Ashland Tuesday. The out-of-state ambulance reportedly was running with lights and sirens and didn't have a patient on board.

 Wednesday, Jul 30 
Paramedic: Henry County EMS, Eminence (Henry) Ky

 Wednesday, Jul 30 
EMT-B: Henry County EMS, Eminence (Henry) Ky

 Wednesday, Jul 30 
Paramedic/PRN: Franklin Simpson EMS, Franklin (Simpson) Ky

 Tuesday, Jul 29 
Firefighter/EMT: Elsmere Fire District, Elsmere (Kenton) KY

 Tuesday, Jul 29 
Paramedic: Georgetown-Scott County EMS, Georgetown (Scott) KY

 Monday, Jul 28 
KAPA Meeting Minutes for July 28. (KAPA)
Minutes from the July 28, 2014 Kentucky Ambulance Providers Association Board Meeting.

 Sunday, Jul 27 
LaRue Co. 911 system down (WDRB)
A lightning strike from severe weather has caused an outage to the LaRue County 911 system.

 Thursday, Jul 24 
Former EMS worker accused of falsifying pay (News Enterprise)
Investigation claims Miller paid for overtime hours he didnít work; Dyer transported beer in county vehicle.

 Thursday, Jul 24 
County releases EMS investigation findings to magistrate (News Enterprise)
Hardin County Judge-Executive Harry Berry on Tuesday released the findings of an internal investigation of former Hardin County Emergency Medical Services Director Ira Dyer and Shift Supervisor Jamie Miller, acquiescing to an Attorney general ruling.

 Thursday, Jul 24 
Edelen studies fiscal health of rural hospitals (Ashland Daily Independent)
To find solutions, Edelen said he has to work on further understanding the complexities of the health care issue.

 Thursday, Jul 24 
EMT: Rural Metro Ambulance, Louisville (Jefferson) KY

 Thursday, Jul 24 
EMT Skills Assistant: Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond (Madison) KY

 Wednesday, Jul 23 
Google Glass becoming popular among health care providers (EMS World)
Several health care providers around the country experimenting with Glass to see whether it can improve collaboration and patient outcomes while reducing costs.

 Wednesday, Jul 23 
Naloxone auto-injector hits the market (EMS World)
EVZIO, approved by the FDA in April, is the first naloxone product labeled for immediate administration by family or caregivers.

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