Guest Blogger

Guest Post: Will Using GPS Make Us Stupid

This guest post was submitted by Phillip Presley. Everyday EMS Tips always welcomes guest post submissions from EMS professionals, EMS educators, and EMS students. All others are asked to first make a contribution to the National EMS Memorial Bike Ride, see submission guidelines, before submitting a post. I appreciate Phillips submission and his  contribution to the […]

EMS Tips

Why Wait for #EMSWeek to Do These 20 Things

EMS Week is a week away, but you don’t need to wait until the official EMS Week to do any of these things: Increase your knowledge: sign-up for the free EMS Web Summit. Appreciate EMS in a different setting by reading a book by a paramedic/author. Join the conversation about EMS by leaving a comment […]

Health and Wellness

Everyday EMS Athlete Profile: Bob Sullivan

EMS professionals are challenged to balance work, family, and other obligations while also staying or striving for mental and physical fitness. The Everyday EMS Athlete is a regular column to recognize and learn from other EMS professionals that are setting and meeting fitness goals. This edition was contributed by Paramedic Bob Sullivan. Q: What is […]

News and Events

Support the EMS Memorial Bike Ride

Help Support Team Reno for National EMS Memorial Bike Ride Several employees from REMSA/Care Flight in the Reno/Sparks area have been participating in the National EMS Memorial Bike Ride for the last few years.  Recently, a REMSA Paramedic and member of our team, Lori Foster-Mayfield, passed away shortly after finishing her nightshift at the age […]

Everyday EMS Athlete

Everyday EMS Athlete Profile: Patrick Rugh

Regaining Clarity in the Wake of EMS As EMS professionals we experience unique physical and mental challenges.  Implementing methods of investing the same amount of effort into ourselves as we do for our patients and communities is paramount for our individual well being. There are EMS providers around the country who take the responsibility of […]


Paramedic Buff to Burnt: Medical Author Chat with Paramedic George Steffensen

Paramedic George Steffensen discusses his book Paramedic Buff to Burnt on this episode of the Medical Author Chat podcast. In Buff to Burnt George looks back on his career as a medic in New York city and shares stories from his career to promote the outstanding work of EMS professionals and to help new medics […]