02 June 2020 | By Paul D. Shapiro | Filed in: emergency services.

A New York City paramedic takes readers to the front lines of emergency medicine for a gritty, fascinating look at the men and women who consider saving lives all in a day s work From a jumper at Trump Tower to a drug overdose at a welfare hotel to gunshot wounds in Time Square, this book candidly

Muffin Top (The Hartigans, #2)

02 June 2020 | By Avery Flynn | Filed in: emergency services.

The only thing about me that s a size zero is the filter on my mouth I ve got a big personality, a big rack, and a big number on the scale And I m perfectly fine with that n nBut when some random guy suggests I might not be eating alone if I d ordered a salad instead of a hamburger I m shocked sile

Blood, Sweat and Tea

02 June 2020 | By Tom Reynolds | Filed in: emergency services.

Is there anyone who hasnt wondered about the state of the occupant of an ambulance, screaming along with its sirens on and blue lights flashing And have you wondered about the other people inside the ambulance Meet Tom Reynolds, an Emergency Medical Technician who works for the London Ambulance Se

Mountain Rescue

02 June 2020 | By L.M. Somerton | Filed in: emergency services.

Every man needs a hero to catch him when he falls, but does that still apply when he s falling in love n nWhen Cal Somers loses his entire family to a drunk driver, he uproots his life and moves into the house he has inherited in the Lake District When he falls literally into the arms of Ford Collis

Dial 911

02 June 2020 | By Joan E. Lloyd | Filed in: emergency services.

Imagine your worst fear A loved one falls to the floor, unconscious A car hurtles out of control at fifty miles per hour A factory worker suffers a life threatening injury on the job An infant ingests poison, an adolescent overdoses on drugs, a friend collapses in a seizure You dial 911, and th

Lights and Siren

02 June 2020 | By Joan E. Lloyd | Filed in: emergency services.

Dial 911 and they are there the Emergency Medical Technicians, first to arrive on the scene and your lifeline to the E.R During those crucial few minutes, your life is in their hands Now, from two veterans of an upstate New York volunteer EMT unit, here is a true, firsthand account of the daily t

Manhattan Medics: The Gripping Story of the Men and Women of Emergency Medical Services Who Make the Streets of the City Their Career

02 June 2020 | By Francis J. Rella | Filed in: emergency services.

This firsthand account of September 11, written by a paramedic on the scene, chronicles the days before and after the collapse of the World Trade Center towers Frank Rella describes the paramedic crew stationed at St Vincent s Hospital in lower Manhattan, the eerie foreshadowing of the coming disa

Red Lights and Silver Bells (EMS Heat, #6)

02 June 2020 | By Stephani Hecht | Filed in: emergency services.

Since Dylan has found a home in Flint and the perfect man to share it with, life should be great However, as the holidays approach, instead he finds himself being haunted by his past than ever Cut off from the rest of his family, this will be the first Christmas away from them and while it wa

Trauma Center

02 June 2020 | By Joan E. Lloyd | Filed in: emergency services.

MEET THE MEN AND WOMEN WHO MAKE A DIFFERENCEEmergency Medical Response Teams Whether in the air, on the road, or in the ER, every day they face split second decisions and one false move can mean the difference between life and death.Here are gripping true life stories A seventeen year old climber

Heat Under Fire (By Fire, #4)

02 June 2020 | By Andrew Grey | Filed in: emergency services.

Justin Briggs can shout out directions all day on his job as a traffic cop, but put him in front of a hot guy, specifically firefighter Rock Sparks, and he clams up n nRock finds Justin confusing While saving a busload of children hanging off the edge of a highway overpass, the cute rookie is cool a

Circling the Drain (EMS Heat #16)

02 June 2020 | By Stephani Hecht | Filed in: emergency services.

After being a paramedic for over ten years, Grif is burned out He has seen all the worst society has to offer and then some He s tired and ready to hang up his uniform for good The thrill of the job has long left him, and his life is going nowhere fast Then along comes his new partner, a green b

Trauma Junkie: Memoirs of an Emergency Flight Nurse

02 June 2020 | By Janice Hudson | Filed in: emergency services.

Trauma junkies are people who feed on danger and stress They do their best work under pressure Janice Hudson was an adrenaline charged emergency room nurse in a San Francisco area hospital when a friend told her about CALSTAR, a fledgling helicopter ambulance service with an opening for a flight n