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 Thursday, Jul 28 
Human nasal bacteria might be superbug killer (CNN)
Scientists searching for a solution to ever-resistant, infection-causing bacteria may have found an answer much closer to home than expected -- up our noses.

 Thursday, Jul 28 
New Mercedes-Benz app gives first responders 3-D view of cars (EMS1)
If you frequently find yourself extricating patients from Mercedes-Benz vehicles, a new app can help.

 Thursday, Jul 28 
Oldham EMS one of three to meet gold standard (The Oldham Era)
The Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services recently announced that the Oldham County EMS, managed by Baptist Health, achieved a three-year accreditation making it one of only three organizations in Kentucky to receive this status.

 Thursday, Jul 28 
A new way to fight back when hackers take your data hostage (Washington Post)
Health care was the industry most targeted by ransomware attacks in the second quarter of 2016, according to a report released Tuesday, accounting for 88 percent of the attacks detected.

 Thursday, Jul 28 
Paramedic Full or Part Time: Nicholas County EMS, Carlisle (Nicholas) KY

 Thursday, Jul 28 
EMT: Nicholas County EMS, Carlisle (Nicholas) KY

 Wednesday, Jul 27 
Pulaski Co. businesses teaming up for First Responder Appreciation Day (WKYT)
Gold Star Chili in Somerset is teaming up with Silent Guard Wednesday for what they're calling "First Responder Appreciation Day." Until 9pm Wednesday, all Pulaski County first responders can stop by and get a free meal.

 Wednesday, Jul 27 
Teaching EMS dinosaurs to evolve (EMS1)
Appeal to our shared purpose to help people when introducing changes in clinical care.

 Tuesday, Jul 26 
McCracken approves 911 agreement (Paducah Sun)
The city of Paducah is officially tasked to provide E911 communications and dispatch services to McCracken County following a vote Monday to approve an 18 month agreement.

 Monday, Jul 25 
Kosair's name coming off children's hospital (Louisville Courier Journal)
The name “Kosair” is coming off Children’s Hospital in a settlement of fiercely fought litigation between Kosair Charities and Norton Healthcare.

 Monday, Jul 25 
Deadly heat wave scorches central and eastern U.S. (WLKY)
Six heat-related deaths have been reported as dangerously high temperatures continue to scorch portions of the Eastern U.S. -- where heat advisories remain in effect into Monday, according to the National Weather Service.

 Friday, Jul 22 
Lincoln Co. ambulance service at risk of shutting down (WKYT)
Lincoln County officials say it’s a critical time for the ambulance service.

 Friday, Jul 22 
EMS react to five recent vehicular fatalities in Boyle Co. (WKYT)
Since late June, five people have died in car crashes in Boyle County. Emergency officials say going on those calls takes a toll on first responders, many of whom are volunteers.

 Friday, Jul 22 
Mike Swift — a look back at decades in emergency medical work (Glasgow Daily TImes)
Although he was a bit reluctant to say the decision was final when he first confirmed to the Daily Times earlier this week he was considering retirement soon, Barren County Coroner Mike Swift, who has been director of Barren-Metcalfe County Emergency Medical Services since its inception, said Thursday that it is happening.

 Friday, Jul 22 
Paramedic/EMT/Firefighter: City of Winchester, Winchester (Clark) KY

 Thursday, Jul 21 
3 critical financial indicators to watch (EMS1)
Understanding and measuring these 3 metrics provides leaders with a snapshot of their organization’s financial health.

 Thursday, Jul 21 
Fort Knox hospital transitioning into acute-care clinic (WKYT)
The hospital at Fort Knox is transitioning into an acute-care clinic.

 Thursday, Jul 21 
Full Time Paramedic: Ambulance Inc of Laurel County, London (Laurel) KY

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