|2020||Awarded to Sandy Goldstein for 35,000 hours volunteered over 6,000 calls.|
EMT of the Year
|2018||Peter Bellone Jr.|
In the early days of the pandemic, there was alot of uncertainty. We were changing processes, learning new skills, developing new procedures with the hospitals, deploying new equipment and had no idea what to expect.
It required, and still does, confidence, courage and skill to respond to a “COVID” call as each case required a new untried liaison with dispatch, our medical control and the hospitals. We had no idea if our responders would become infected or what other suprises the virus held in store for us.
In recognition of their courage, skill, and dedication the following members went above their minimum riding hours focusing on delivering care during these frightening times. Their care for patients, skill and professionalism helped relieve patient anxiety, distribute information and provide superior care.
Peter Bellone Jr
Peter Bellone III