Protected: Meet Our Team: Mark DiBattiste

By Corinthian Dieter | Jan 21, 2022

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The Philips Tempus LS Defibrillator.

Philips Tempus LS Defibrillator: Accessories and Add-Ons

By Corinthian Dieter | Dec 8, 2021

The Philips Tempus LS manual defibrillator is designed for medical experts trained in administering critical care. It’s lightweight, intuitive, and can be used by emergency medical services (EMS) at the site of the emergency or in … Read More

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Meet Out Team: Lauren Edmonds

By Corinthian Dieter | Dec 2, 2021

Lauren Edmonds joined the Penn Care team in July 2021 as Administrative Assistant for both our ambulance & medical divisions.  Lauren’s primary job is to assist our Sales Team members with their orders.  Lauren is a … Read More

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Patient on a ventilator.

What are the Differences Between Ventilators and Respirators?

By Corinthian Dieter | Nov 12, 2021

To the untrained ear, the words “ventilator” and “respirator” sound basically the same. They’re both used to assist with breathing. In the last couple of years, with the spread of the novel coronavirus around the world … Read More

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Different types of ambulances in a fleet.

What are the Options for Ambulance Types?

By Corinthian Dieter | Nov 12, 2021

Today, there are many different ambulance types to fit the everyday needs of first responders. However, the earliest known patient transport goes back to the middle ages, when those infected with leprosy were forcibly removed from … Read More

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Mobile morgue trailer with COVID-19 victims.

Mobile Morgue Trailers and the COVID-19 Pandemic

By Corinthian Dieter | Nov 4, 2021

Nearly two years after the first cases were diagnosed in the United States, the COVID-19 pandemic continues. Despite widely available coronavirus vaccines, mask mandates, and shutdowns, COVID-19 patients still continue to overwhelm the health systems in … Read More

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The Philips Tempus Pro Monitor.

Features of the Philips Tempus Pro Monitor

By Corinthian Dieter | Nov 4, 2021

The Philips Tempus Pro Monitor focuses on the needs of emergency medical services (EMS) personnel when they are delivering treatment in prehospital settings or other critical healthcare situations. Its rugged, lightweight construction combined with intuitive functionality … Read More

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Philips Tempus Defibrillator Monitor secured in the NCE Monitor Mount.

NCE Smart Mount System: 360 Degrees of Freedom

By Corinthian Dieter | Oct 13, 2021

Whether it’s inside an ambulance or in an emergency room, medical providers and first responders need their equipment and medical devices close at hand. It’s not just a matter of convenience, but a matter of life … Read More

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A Mobile Morgue Expansion Trailer for disaster response.

Equipment for Disaster Response and Mass Fatality Management

By Corinthian Dieter | Oct 3, 2021

Disaster preparedness isn’t an exact science; you can’t look into the future and see what’s coming. You can only utilize the information you have and make predictions based on it. You’ll have to make decisions based … Read More

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A Mobile Morgue Unit parked outside a hospital.

A Look at Mobile Morgue Units: What are They?

By Corinthian Dieter | Sep 26, 2021

A mobile morgue unit is simply a morgue that can be quickly deployed and set up in place of an official morgue facility. They are used when the influx of decedents is so great that regular … Read More

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Meet Our Team: Jasmine Boykin

By Corinthian Dieter | Sep 7, 2021

Jasmine Boykin joined our team in May of 2021 as our Customer Service Sales Support Agent for our EMS Supplies division.   Her responsibilities include answering phones, assisting the medical sale representatives and their customers, collections, and … Read More

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Defibrillator being transported in the Pro Serie® Bracket.

The Mounting System You Can Count On

By Corinthian Dieter | Aug 22, 2021

Reliability is one of the most important factors concerning the performance of medical equipment. If first responders are to perform their job properly, every piece of their equipment must perform consistently. They can’t be expected to … Read More

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