National Registry announces article series celebrating EMS personnel across the nation
Columbus, Ohio – The National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians is proud to announce the awarding of its first-ever 50 Years of National Registry certificate to Bill Wood, a New Hampshire paramedic/firefighter. The award also kicks off an article series highlighting Nationally Registered personnel across the nation.
The National Registry's emerging article series will highlight Bill Wood and several other Nationally Registered personnel across the nation, from departments large and small, including the military.
"We see you," says Bill Seifarth, Executive Director and CEO of the National Registry. "Every day you are making important decisions that impact the lives of people and their families who have dialed 9-1-1 in a time of need. It is important that we celebrate what our Nationally Registered EMRs, EMTs, AEMTs and Paramedics do."
The article series run monthly during the certification window ending March 31 and then every other month during the summer.
If you would like to celebrate your National Registry service, or the service of a fellow provider, we invite you to partake in this series by sharing your experience. Please contact us at CommDept@nremt.org with any inquiries.
Read More Articles In This Series
Bill Wood - "50 Consecutive Years Of National Registry Certification"
Justin Solobay - "A Night To Remember"
Jessica Cervantez - "Be A Rock In The Moment People Are Falling Apart"
James Avery - "An Unexpected Destiny - How One EMS Provider Discovered Sometimes Fate Has Other Plans"
Tom Perreault - "43 Years Down and a Lifetime to Go"
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