Ambulnz delivers the first patient to USNS Comfort at Pier 20 in New York, as part of our STRIKEFORCE-19 deployment with FEMA. This Military Sealift Command Hospital is stationed in New York as a referral hospital for non-COVID-19 patients, which frees up shore-based hospitals to focus their efforts on COVID-19 cases. Go Team Blue! See additional photos here:
MedGadget catches up with our own Ben Sherman on Ambulnz's response to COVID-19, and how our advanced technology helps ensure better patient care. Read the piece here:
"Reinforcements are on the way, and they have already arrived here to help New York City's Finest..." Ambulnz is proud to serve on the frontlines of the COVID-19 battle, along with our brothers and sisters in the EMS community and an army of doctors, nurses, police, FDNY and public health professionals here in New York. We are humbled to be a part of a team that is sacrificing everything to help ...
Tennessee Operations Manager Nina Mothershed discusses Ambulnz's response to COVID-19 with News Channel 4: “We’re on the front lines. People depend on us to get them where they need to go…. COVID or not, they absolutely have to have those life saving treatments… We start everyday with a smile. We want to make sure the public remains calm. That our employees remain calm.” Watch the interview here:
Anthony Capone speaks to CheddarTV about the tremendous Ambulnz employee response to support the New York effort, transporting patients in the era of COVID-19, and working alongside our EMS partners on the front lines of the battle. Watch the interview here:
Ambulnz's AI-powered technology and modern fleet are helping create a brighter future for our planet. Read the full article here:
Medium covered how Ambulnz's technology and people-centric approach helps improve patient care and create sustainable careers for EMTs. Read the full article here:
Thrive Global published a great piece on Ambulnz's focus on employee satisfaction. Read the full article here:
Anthony Capone, Ambulnz's President and Chief Technology Officer, joined The Final Round to discuss how Ambulnz technology is driving positive change in medical transportation, helping improve patient outcomes, and creating career opportunities for EMTs. WATCH THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE:
Recently, I read a story about a couple that got pulled over by the North Carolina High Way Patrol for speeding. It turned out the reason for the speeding was the wife going into labor. When the Highway Patrol assessed the situation, they all agreed they were too far away from the hospital… so, it was EMTs who were called in and came to the rescue a short time later. They delivered the baby ...
By Stan Vashovsky, Ambulnz CEO Cold weather, stuffy noses, and “working from home” emails are the first signs, flu season is here. So, the great debate begins, do you get a flu shot or not? The majority of the medical community agrees, you should get a flu shot once a year. According to the CDC, “The CDC recommends a yearly flu vaccine for just about everyone 6 months and older, even when the ...
The EMS industry is more diverse than you think. While it’s true EMTs are the heart of the industry, there are circumstances where different skills and expertise are needed, especially when a patient is in critical condition. This is where Registered Nurses (RN) come in.