Get Connected: EMS STRONG Campaign Aims to Help Providers Be 'Stronger Together'

Get Connected: EMS STRONG Campaign Aims to Help Providers Be 'Stronger Together'

Article Apr 12, 2018

Your dedication to improving the lives of others is a hallmark of the EMS profession. But we can only do so much individually. The truth is, we’re at our best when (and because) we work together – with our EMS service, with neighboring departments, hospitals and other healthcare providers. Responding and providing care side-by-side, with countless hours of preparation and training, we impact the lives of our patients, their families, and our communities.

Stronger Together

 

For more information on the Stronger Together Campaign, visit http://www.emsstrong.org/.

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