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Former paramedic Kevin Hazzard says he received "zero training" before driving an ambulance for the first time.
January 5, 2016 Kevin Hazzard, who worked as an Atlanta paramedic, rescued people from choking, overdoses, cardiac arrest, gunshot wounds and a host of other medical emergencies. Respiratory calls were his favorites.
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June 17, 2014 Home treatments by paramedics are a growing trend. The goal is to lower hospital costs, but there are worries about who actually pays.
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