And the winner of the Public Safety Hero of the Quarter is…
Justin Smith – Fort Plain Fire Department, GAVAC, and Montgomery County Deputy EMS Coordinator!!
Justin wins a $200 gift card from 1st on Scene Fire & Emergency Services.
Below is the nomination that was submitted for Justin:
Justin Smith is a member of the Fort Plain Fire Department, he has been a member since he turned 14 years old and was a junior member. He is now the training officer and provides training for his fellow members. His goal is to provide quality important updated training to keep his fellow firefighters safe. Justin is also a Paremedic with GAVAC. He is a hard worker and continually takes extra classes and takes extra hours when asked. He has received a life saving award from GAVAC and he loves his job. Justin is also a Deputy Coordinator for EMS of Montgomery County. He continually responds to emergencies throughout the County to assist other agencies in an attempt to keep all safe and healthy. The unique thing about Justin is that he is only 21 years old. He has an associates degree from SUNY Cobleskill and continues to work hard with learning as much as he can. It is rare to see a young person so dedicated to a profession and service. I am proud to have Justin as my son and work with me at many different types of emergency scenes including as a fellow firefighter. Please consider Justin for this award as he is a hero and deserves it. Thank you!
Vote for your favorite Public Safety hero nomination today!
The nomination with the most votes will win a $200 1st on Scene gift certificate.
Click on the link below to nominate your favorite firefighter, EMT, Paramedic, Police Officer, or Dispatcher: http://EasternMedicalSupport.com/hero
Voting goes through Monday, July 2 at noon.
The winner will be announced the afternoon of July 2.
Any questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Don’t forget to share with your family and friends…the more votes your nominee gets, the more likely to win!
Eastern Medical Support & 1st on Scene Fire and Emergency Services
Public Safety Hero of the Quarter contest!
Begins Monday, 5/28.
Nominate your favorite firefighter, EMS, paramedic, dispatcher, or police officer…they could win a $200 gift card to 1st on Scene Fire and Emergency Services! For more details click on the flyer link below, or visit our Facebook page: Facebook/EasternMed.
Don’t forget to like us on Facebook!
Public Safety Hero contest flyer
Saturday, 8/11, 12 pm, Aaron’s Irish Pub , Gloversville
50% of proceeds will benefit ResQ Connection.
Call Jen at 762-6840 to reserve your spot – pre-registration required.
For more information on our Pet CPR & First Aid classes, click here: http://www.easternmedicalsupport.com/pets.php
Available for pet owners, rescue shelter organization staff, and EMTs!
Contact us at email@example.com
For more information, click here: http://www.easternmedicalsupport.com/pets.php
The Source is here…
Click here to view the first issue of EMS’ quarterly newsletter!
Starting April 1st, enter for your chance to win a free Private EMS Pet First Aid & CPR Class for you and up to 5 friends and a $50 Pet Smart gift card…valued for more than $500!
Stay tuned for more information, and get your pictures ready.
Each quarter, we will draw the name of one of our lucky Facebook fans to win some great prizes. This quarter, you can win a spot in an upcoming EMS Pet First Aid/CPR class AND a $25 Walmart gift card – more than a $100 value!*
The winner will be announced on Monday, April 1 (the 7th anniversary of EMS!). To be eligible…you simply have to be one of our fans. So encourage your friends and family to “like” us by visiting http://Facebook.com/EasternMed!
*Class spot has to be used by July 31, 2012. Visit www.EasternMedicalSupport.com for more information on our Pet First Aid and CPR classes.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a voluntary recall for a limited number of automated external defibrillators (AEDs) manufactured by Cardiac Science. The impacted AEDs were manufactured between July 1 and December 31 of 2011. Click here for more information on the specific models recalled.
It’s important to note that according to the information our clients have provided us, to our knowledge no one is impacted by this recall.
However, if you have purchased equipment during the above time frame that is not currently in our records, you can check the serial number of your equipment here.
For questions, you may contact Gabriel Lopez, EMS (518.843.6860, ext firstname.lastname@example.org ), or Cardiac Science (email@example.com ).