After heart attack, woman thanks firefighters who saved her life

Cheryl Sepmoree remembers she didn’t want to go into downtown Dallas to work one Saturday in September 2018. But she had made a commitment, so Cheryl drove into the office. Little did she know that just blocks away, two Dallas firefighter paramedics had an equally strong commitment to their work that day: saving lives. On … Continue reading After heart attack, woman thanks firefighters who saved her life

Having a Heart Attack? What You Can Learn From One Patient’s Close Call

If you or a loved one is having a heart attack, don’t drive to the hospital. I repeat: “Do not drive to the hospital”. Call 911 immediately. That  advice may seem like common sense, but studies have found about 50 percent of heart attack patients either drive themselves or have someone drive them to the … Continue reading Having a Heart Attack? What You Can Learn From One Patient’s Close Call

Scott & White EMS: Where they’ve been and where they’re going

Scott & White EMS has been in service since 1985. It started out as primary specialty care transport units to provide outlying areas the needed transportation back to Scott & White Memorial Hospital in Temple, TX. The medical transportation has evolved into a larger process and much needed transportation service for the hospital in today’s … Continue reading Scott & White EMS: Where they’ve been and where they’re going

Army medics gain valuable civilian training through Scott & White EMS ride alongs

Out on the battlefield, Army medics are faced with life-threatening injuries and extreme trauma situations, but when they encounter a civilian with a minor illness, they might not have the training to help. But thanks to Scott & White EMS, Fort Hood medics are now getting the opportunity to train for these everyday ailments. “They … Continue reading Army medics gain valuable civilian training through Scott & White EMS ride alongs