Today, we honor the millions of Americans who have donned the uniform of military service and have valiantly fought to build, improve and defend our nation’s freedom. May God bless our heroic service men and women and the families that support them. Thank you for your service.
Detroit, MI has a very serious problem, and the unwillingness of the city’s long-time residents and suburbs to come to terms with one another continues to slow down the potential for recovery. In this new Frontlines Report, sponsored by FNH USA, NRA Life of Duty correspondent Chuck Holton visits Detroit to explore the efforts to […]
This EMS Reality Series — San Francisco takes you through the lives of the men and women of the San Francisco Fire Department Emergency Medical Services Division. Some of what will be shown is dramatic, some heroic, others will change your perspective on how healthcare is delivered in the pre-hospital setting. It is often said […]
As a paramedic I have never felt more rewarded as I did visiting another EMS system and being able to understand who they at their core. Speaking to medics from London was a chance of a lifetime, intriguing and fascinating is just a few words to describe the leadership, the bond and how this healthcare […]
There are over 800 AED’s distributed throughout London. At the London Bridge Train Station Eddie McDermott has deployed an AED 9 times and saving 7 people. Steve Hodder is here today because of Eddie’s quick response and this is his story!
When I started shooting this video in November of 2011 I was inspired by Brian Centoni’s (Paramedic/ Firefighter for Alameda County Fire and Lead Guitar player for Conscious Souls) goal was to write a song about the strength that Bryan Stow (Paramedic for AMR) and his experience after that dreadful beating he took in LA […]
Ennis Jackson’s community work was recently recognized with a Star of Life award from the American Ambulance Association in Washington, D.C. He has addressed an estimated 400,000 students in San Diego over the last 2 decades, giving HS students advice on how to avoid destructive decisions such as drunk driving.
Brian Bristol of San Diego shares his story of the day he died and how it impacted him to be here today.
Tom Bouthillet and I traveled to London to visit with the LAS. It was an honor to discuss with them what they have done to improve cardiac care for their citizens and where they see themselves going. From Heart Attacks to Sudden Cardiac Arrest, we bring you stories of how individuals are creating model systems […]
This is the official trailer for the documentary, Freedom House, the little known story of the birth of Mobile Emergency Care in the United States. Freedom House was born in the chaos of the 1960s. President Johnson had established a number of training programs through the War on Poverty initiative. Most of the unemployed languished […]
I have to hand it to my boy Farooq Muhammed he is an amazingly talented and passionate fellow paramedic who sees the value in producing media that embraces EMS and Fire and puts in a good light. If we ever get together to produce a video I will tell you this…. it will be off […]
The American Heart Association, in recognition of EMS Week 2012, is pleased to release this Thank You EMS video, which was generously produced by Thaddeus Setla of Setla Film Productions and the First Responder Network with music by iNexus. The American Heart Association continues to value the Emergency Medical Services community and providers as inseparable […]
Our First episode is out! As we visited Sioux Falls to better understand what they have done to implement a State wide STEMI System of Care we were introduced to an amazing cast of characters. Visit Code STEMI for more on this NEW Web Series and learn the impact it has had on communities!
LEGAL DISCLAIMER: This and all other shows on this network are represented by Thaddeus Setla/ Setla Film Productions. We do not have any other agency or person representing our projects. For information about show concept, legal representation please contact Thaddeus Setla. VISIT THE REALITY SERIES TO VIEW THE EPISODE This EMS Reality Series that fundamentally changes the way […]
First Responders Network came to be after a few of us got together one lonely night on EMS Garage with Chris Montera and the idea was born. Together we saw a need to entertain, educate and collaborate with first responders all over the world. Our host Justin Schorr is a seasoned Firefighter/ Paramedic with the […]