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 Wednesday, Jun 29 
Public hearing on EMS regulations scheduled for July (KBEMS)
A public hearing on proposed amendments to the ambulance and medical response administrative regulation, and the block grant administrative regulation, will be held on July 21.

 Wednesday, Jun 29 
When you dial 911 and Wall Street answers (New York Times)
The business of driving ambulances and operating fire brigades represents just one facet of a profound shift on Wall Street and Main Street alike, a New York Times investigation has found.

 Wednesday, Jun 29 
Private equity struggles to make EMS profitable – Is anyone surprised? (EMS1)
Here are four takeaways from The New York Times investigation into the failed private equity investments and mismanagement of EMS businesses.

 Wednesday, Jun 29 
Governor Bevin unveils proposal for Medicaid transformation (Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services)
On June 22 Gov. Matt Bevin presented Kentucky HEALTH, a comprehensive plan to transform Kentucky’s Medicaid program.

 Wednesday, Jun 29 
EMT part time: Anderson County Department of Public Safety, Lawrenceburg (Anderson) KY

 Wednesday, Jun 29 
Paramedic Part Time: Anderson County Department of Public Safety, Lawrenceburg (Anderson) KY

 Tuesday, Jun 28 
Flood damage causes problems for emergency response in Knox County (WKYT)
Days after last week's heavy rain which caused flooding problems in parts of the region, many people are still struggling.

 Tuesday, Jun 28 
Estill County EMS celebrating with Open House on July 13
Estill County EMS is proud to announce their 20th Anniversary for Advanced Life Support.

 Tuesday, Jun 28 
Agriculture Commissioner warning of credit card skimmers (WKYT)
Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles is warning consumers about credit card skimmers at gas stations.

 Tuesday, Jun 28 
Breathitt County special deputy faces lawsuit after pulling over ambulance (WKYT)
An Eastern Kentucky ambulance driver is suing a law enforcement officer after the ambulance was pulled over with a patient inside.

 Tuesday, Jun 28 
Part Time Paramedic: Somerset-Pulaski County EMS, Somerset (Pulaski) KY

 Monday, Jun 27 
Ransomware: A ticking bomb for public safety (EMS World)
It is only a matter of time before EMS agencies become victims of these attacks, but there are simple steps you can take to ensure you don't fall victim to online hijackers.

 Monday, Jun 27 
Lightning strikes ambulance as EMS workers load patient into it (WAVE)
Two EMS workers had a close call with Mother Nature when an ambulance they were using to load a patient into was struck by lightning Sunday afternoon.

 Monday, Jun 27 
Paducah getting new 911 department soon (Paducah Sun)
When the clock strikes midnight Thursday, the city of Paducah will have a new department dedicated to providing 911 and dispatch services.

 Saturday, Jun 25 
Teen with reattached arm gets visit from his first responders (Glasgow Daily Times)
A teen who had his arm severed in a workplace accident on June 6, was visited by the EMS crew on Thursday night in his room at the University of Louisville Hospital.

 Saturday, Jun 25 
Bill would make targeting public safety workers a hate crime (LEX18)
A state lawmaker from Louisville has introduced a bill that would make it a hate crime to target police officers, firefighters or emergency medical service workers.

 Friday, Jun 24 
Ky. governor ceremoniously signs EMS LODD benefits bill (EMS1)
The John Mackey Memorial Act extends line-of-duty death benefits to many Kentucky EMS personnel.

 Friday, Jun 24 
Part Time Paramedic: Garrard Co. EMS, Lancaster (Garrard) KY

 Thursday, Jun 23 
Registration for the 2016 Kentucky EMS Conference and Expo is now open
Registration for the 2016 Kentucky EMS Conference and Expo this September in Lexington is now open.

 Thursday, Jun 23 
2016 Midwest Safety Conference (Ky AAMS)
The Kentucky Chapter, Association of Air Medical Services will present the Midwest Safety Conference in August.

  Thursday, Jun 23 
Gov. Bevin signs EMS LODD Bill
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin ceremoniously signed Senate Bill 43, also known as the John Mackey Memorial Act, this afternoon in the Kentucky Capitol in front of the Mackey family, Mackey's EMS family at Jessamine County EMS, and representatives from the Kentucky Ambulance Providers Association and the Kentucky Board of EMS, extending some line-of-duty death benefits to many Kentucky EMS personnel next month.

 Thursday, Jun 23 
Ambulance board rejects new budget (Glasgow Daily Times)
During a meeting that lasted more than three hours, the board of directors for Barren-Metcalfe County EMS decided not to decide on a 2016-17 budget that had been proposed, discussed in at least three prior meetings.

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