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Constant training is critical for firefighters, not only for the people they save, but for their own health and safety.
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Local paramedics call on their obstetric training to assist in the birth of a baby girl in the back of their ambulance.
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EMS providers are often the front line of care for elderly patients in the oldest county in the state.
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A team of emergency medical responders saved the lives of John Ryan and Tyra Pacheco after they crashed into a pond in Chatham.
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Cape Cod Hospital nurse Edna Wall has seen great changes in EMS capability over her 30-year career.
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An ER physician talks about working at an urgent care center – and how patients can make best use of each facility.
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Communication between urgent care centers and primary care physicians helps patients get the best possible follow-up care.
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