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 Saturday, Apr 25 
Kentucky EMS worker to stand trial for allegedly stealing drugs (EMS World)
More than 18 months after an investigation began, a Carter County woman is accused of tampering with a consumer product.

 Saturday, Apr 25 
Severe storms bear down on the Bluegrass (WKYT)
The threat of strong to severe storms moves into the Bluegrass later this afternoon and evening. These storms are likely to bring large hail, heavy rain, damaging winds and cloud-to-ground lightning. Tornado development is possible too.

 Friday, Apr 24 
Severe storms likely on Saturday (WYMT)
Severe weather looks likely on Saturday afternoon. The best chances appear to be between 2 p.m. Saturday and Midnight. Damaging winds, large hail, heavy rain, and an isolated tornado or two are possible.

 Friday, Apr 24 
Paramedic: Stanford EMS, Stanford (Lincoln) KY

 Friday, Apr 24 
Paramedic/Firefighter: Anchorage Fire and EMS, Anchorage (Jefferson) KY

 Friday, Apr 24 
EMT- Basic: Stanford EMS, Stanford (Lincoln) KY

 Thursday, Apr 23 
Barren-Metcalfe County EMS Insurance provider contracts drawn up (Glasgow Daily Times)
After several months of discussion about whether Barren-Metcalfe County Ambulance Service should be a contracted provider for major insurance companies, contracts have been drawn up for it’s board of directors to sign.

 Thursday, Apr 23 
Former Carter County paramedic to stand trial for missing EMS drugs (Ashland Daily Independent)
An investigation found several ampules of Fentanyl and multiple doses of morphine had been removed and were unaccounted for.

 Wednesday, Apr 22 
Possible overtime cuts worry Bullitt County officials (WDRB)
“If there is no overtime the options I have is to go below minimum staffing requirements” said Bullitt County Emergency Services Director Mike Phillips.

 Tuesday, Apr 21 
Rare study exploring health of 9/11 EMS responders is remarkable (EMS1)
Very few studies have been done specific to the EMS response to 9/11, and the results show EMS providers were exposed to the same hazards as other public safety personnel.

 Tuesday, Apr 21 
Public meeting held to discuss finances in rural hospitals (WYMT)
The report evaluated hospitals in categories such as overall profit margin and days of cash flow to keep the doors open.

 Tuesday, Apr 21 
April Certificate of Need Newsletter (Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services)
The April edition of the Kentucky Certificate of Need Newsletter.

 Monday, Apr 20 
How EMS providers, agencies, should handle sexual assault charges (EMS1)
If charged with sexual assault on the job, here are the steps agencies and providers should take to protect themselves, and advice for bouncing back from a false accusation.

 Saturday, Apr 18 
Purchase of two new ambulances recommended (Glasgow Daily Times)
As it stands now, the budget committee of the board of directors for Barren-Metcalfe County Emergency Medical Services will recommend to the full board the purchase in the next fiscal year of two new ambulances, though that’s half the number requested by the management.

 Saturday, Apr 18 
Swift: Ambulance service needs taxing district (Glasgow Daily Times)
A Barren County taxing district that would support the area ambulance service was the main topic Friday morning during the second quarterly breakfast of the Glasgow-Barren County Chamber of Commerce.

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