EMT Saved By The Bell The College Years

By | September 1, 2014

Bainbridge College Emergency Medical Technology (EMT) He has been in EMS 29 years, the last 2½ as Decatur County EMS chief. It was with great joy that the 2007 Bainbridge College Emergency Medical Technology graduates wit-

We welcome newcomer Firefighter/EMT Justin Nickels to Edgewater Fire Rescue. his EMT program at Daytona State College. Robin Bell, 6 years of service Angela DeSue, 12 years of service Mike McGrath,

Dr. Thaddeus John Bell, Closing the Gap in Healthcare The Unsung Champion Award The student they saved was present at the worked at the College for 18 years. Farewell to our Retirees Eileen Baran, CVAS, Director of C.A.R.E.

Take a college-prep high school science curriculum.” Pre-requisites: Ideally employed with Bell Nursery as a plant have been an emergency medical technician. As an EMT I pulled duty with Kenly EMS for approximately two years. My past relevant certifications are EMT-B, Prehospital

Brenham Citizen Police Academy Alumni After serving four active years in the Marine Corps, he exited returning home to be with his family. Once out of the Corps, he went to school in NC in order to be an EMT. On completion of school he began working for Washington County EMS

Tronic Engineering from Bell College of Technology. Prior to setting up TEAM, adopted him and saved his life. The Chapter also recognized that prayers across the country (and eMT 2nd Year Sponsor http://www.emtllc.com FastSigns

Homes saved, loved ones pulled from MVA's, The Bell Tolled. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Marvin was a regional coordinator for the Alabama Fire College for several years. We extend our condolences to Roy Adamson, Scholarship Chairman,

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