On December 9th, board members and employees came together for the annual employee appreciation dinner. During the dinner Merrie McBride, John Bagozzi and Shaun Hershberger were sworn in as Lieutenants. There were also 11 employees that received service pins. Receiving their 5 year service pin were Kevin Gonyer, Todd Early, Patrick O'Donell and Jason Walker. Receiving their 10 year pin, Klif Crawford, Merrie McBride, Bart Miller, Kevin Vandergrift, Deb Wine and Chief VanMeter. Receiving her 30 year pin was Jill Sterling. Thank you everyone for your years of service and dedication to Quad Ambulance District. Finally, an award that is not given out every year. EMS provider of the year was given to an individual who has shown great improvement throughout the year. Her dedication to the job has really shown, and she has gone above and beyond to help wherever she can. Awarded EMS provider of the year is Merrie McBride. Please help us in congratulating all our employees on another successful year here at Quad Ambulance District. We look forward to many more.
We have been very busy here at Quad Ambulance over the past few months. As we posted earlier, we have been working on some changes to ensure our company continues to grow and our communities continue to receive the best care possible.
Over the last few months all our employees and board members have taken an oath of office, and solemnly swore to support, uphold and defend the resolutions and policies adapted by Quad Ambulance district, the state of Ohio and the United States Constitution. We have also participated in numerous trainings and continuing education courses as well as working with some residents and neighboring departments on specific emergency action plans.
We received our new heart monitors and we were able to train on them and place them in service last night. We are now able to provide the hospitals with the most accurate and update information. We would like to thank our board members and all our residents for your continued support of Quad Ambulance District.
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