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LODD of EMT Wayne Fisher

Field Supervisor Stacey Holden, February 15

On Sunday, February 6th, 2022, the Harford County Fire and EMS Foundation suffered the tragic and unexpected loss of EMT Wayne Fisher while on-duty at his C-Shift assignment.

It is a tradition in the Fire & EMS Service to honor those lost in the line of duty whether performing duties or awaiting a call for service.

EMT Wayne Fisher will receive a full Line of Duty service on February 17th and will ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Johns Hopkins Fall Topics in EMS Training

Field Supervisor Stacey Holden, October 08

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center is committed to providing current continuing education to our EMS colleagues. "Topics in EMS" is held during the spring and fall of each year. This educational series covers a broad spectrum of educational topics relevant to the patient care provided by EMS providers, such as cardiac, stroke, trauma, obstetrics and bariatrics.

The next Topics in EMS session will ... (Full Story)


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"COVID-19: Legal and Documentation Issues for EMS Practitioners" Webinar

Field Supervisor Stacey Holden, August 09

Lexipol provides Webinars on many topics related to public safety. This is shared for your viewing and educational pleasure.

The opinions & views included in the Lexipol "COVID-19: Legal and Documentation Issues for EMS Practitioners" does not reflect the views or opinions of the Harford County Volunteer Fire & EMS Foundation.

DISCLAIMER from LEXIPOL:
The materials provided in this webinar are ... (Full Story)


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Field Supervisor Stacey Holden, March 29

Many questions have come to light in regards to the current COVID-19 pandemic. Below is some information in regards to home care in event you are exhibiting viral respiratory infection symptoms, courtesy of the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems & the CDC.

It is recommended to stay home in self quarantine in event your signs & symptoms do not require you to go to an emergency ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Updated COVID Recommendations

Field Supervisor Stacey Holden, March 29

Updated COVID-19 Recommendations from MIEMSS for MD EMS providers, as of 3/25/2020.

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