Latest Acadian Ambulance Stories
For most motorists, road closures and icy bridges are an inconvenience; but for police, fire and EMS agencies, they are a major challenge. Lafayette, LA (PRWEB)
Superheroes are defined as fictional characters possessing extraordinary or superhuman powers – but don’t tell that to 59-year-old cardiac arrest survivor Keith Myers. (PRWEB)
The Upper Lafayette Economic Development Foundation honored the Acadian Companies at their fourth annual Honoring Upper Lafayette Success Stories luncheon yesterday.
The Louisiana State Police surprised Acadian Ambulance and Air Med with their elite Distinguished Service Award.
Acadian Ambulance has been able to avoid the paramedic shortage thanks to their partnership with the National EMS Academy. (PRWEB) January 08, 2014 Many
Safety Management Systems is offering OPITO training beginning on Jan.
In 2003, Cody Richard of Carencro was in a coma for more than 90 days after a single-vehicle accident nearly ended his life.
Ten members of the National EMS Academy were recognized by the Board of Directors of the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) for achieving 20 consecutive years as nationally
An Acadian Ambulance medic received a Purple Heart medal last week at a ceremony at the Louisiana National Guard’s Camp Beauregard in Pineville. (PRWEB) November
Youngsville native Amanda Quibodeaux teamed up with Acadian Ambulance to save her grandmother's life. (PRWEB) November 12, 2013 Youngsville native
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