First-year medical residents recently arrived from all parts of the U.S.
MFD is proud to have come upon a milestone recently: 50 years of paramedic level service in the City of Madison.
The Lund University Cardiopulmonary Assist System, more commonly known as the LUCAS device, is a battery-powered device used to provide mechanical chest compressions during cardiac arrest for patients both in and out of the hospital setting.
Four Madison Fire Department personnel earned their stork pins t
Madison Fire Department Community Paramedics Mindy Dessert and Raena Glauvitz were named First Responders Of the Year during a ceremony held at the Wisconsin State Capitol this week.
A routine medical call one recent evening led Engine Co. 13 upon a happy accident— and a simple message: Be kind.
Madison woke up to a dusting of snow Monday morning, just enough to make the sidewalks and roadways slick.
Last year, the City opened Fire Station 14 on Madison’s far southeast side, filling an urgent need for frontline fire and EMS protection in that area.
When Simon Berna was ready to make his grand entrance into the world on June 9, 2019, he jumped in feet first.
“Engine 14,” Apparatus Engineer Chad Powell remarks as he shifts the rig into gear. “I like it so far!”
We've told you about the PulsePoint
Emergency medical residents from UW Hospital traded their white coats for turnout gear in the 7th annual Doc Ops Day hosted at Madison Co
“Where were you born?” For many of us, the answer is usually the name of a town or hospital.
May 21-27, 2017 is National EMS Week!
37 members of the Madison Fire Department were honored at the 2017 EMS Survivor Banquet.
We at the Madison Fire Department want to wish a happy retirement to Nancy Robinson.
Fire department personnel and emergency room doctors work together every day, but how well do they understand each other’s work?
The last time the Madison Fire Department saw Josh Buhr, the prognosis wasn’t good.
An estimated 12,000 people will make their way to the University Ridge Golf Course this weekend for the 2016 American Family Insurance PGA Champion
As they see it, saving lives is just what they're expected to do. It's part of the job.
MFD Apparatus Engineer Wes Ecker (pictured in the background) has been hard at work on a virtual reality-based training system designed to allow firefighte