43rd Annual National EMS Week: Honoring Emergency Medical Professionals

43rd Annual National EMS Week

All of the SPC College of Health Sciences Emergency Medical Services program team members would like to offer our thanks, gratitude, and respect to all members of our area’s EMS providers who care for our citizens and visitors 24/7, 365 days a year.

We would also like to thank both our long-serving SPC EMS team members as well as the new additions to our growing team. Most of all our thanks to our alumni, current, and future students. We celebrate your career accomplishments, and we welcome you to the family of emergency responders.

(Welcome to Station 112!)

Pictured in photo: PSAV Combined Firefighter/EMT cohort 2017-01 – Ted Rogers, Lead EMT Instructor; Penni Eggers, EMS PSAV Coordinator; Glenn Davis, Program Director; Krista Fusari, Administrative Specialist; Marci Martinez, Administrative Specialist; Charles Morris, EMS PSAV Instructor.

Not Pictured: Ralph Sibbio, Lead Paramedic Instructor; Scott Pelletier, EMS Program Support Services Coordinator; Kevin Naylor, EMS PSAV Instructor

EMS Week

The week of May 21-27 is a time to honor emergency medical professionals. “EMS Week brings together local communities and medical personnel to honor the dedication of those who provide the day-to-day lifesaving services of medicine’s ‘front line,'” according to the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT).

Programs at SPC

SPC offers Emergency Medical Services programs accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs.

The college provides:

One thought on “43rd Annual National EMS Week: Honoring Emergency Medical Professionals

  1. This is a great way to congratulate and honor medical professional that are responsible for saving so many people. These type of events keep them encouraged to serve better services in the future.

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