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[Archives: May 2019]
Friday May 3, 2019 at 1:08AM

I was working late this evening, geeking on the computer, and performed a search on what's trending in the world of EMS. Several articles came back with what the EMT, Paramedic, Nurse (my coworker says imagine alphabet soup because there are many iterations applicable and I don't want to leave any out.) Sidebar aside, the responding articles to my search related to what these amazing men and woman wished the public knew about their job functions. 

To sum the articles up, they work hard, train hard, and are deeply dedicated to their jobs. 

I just wanted to take a moment to say Thank You! Thank you for all you do. As an accreditation company we see the dedication, the challenges, the service, the satisfaction, the inherent scenarios where despite your efforts, outcomes are not good. We admire the sense of family and comradery, the support at times of loss, and the endless services you provide. Safe transports to each of you!


Posted by Amy Arndt

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