Commissioner Tim Sullivan presents the True North award to Trisha Livingston, EMT. Also pictured are Mayor Keith Mullins (left) and Executive Director Jerry Smith (right).
Paramedic/Field Training Officer Jonathan Carey and Emergency Medical Technician Trisha Livingston were presented with the True North Award at the Lake EMS Board Meeting on 7 February 2017.
Commissioner Tim Sullivan (left) and Executive Director Jerry Smith (right) present the True North award to Jonathan Carey, Paramedic/FTO (center)
This award is given to Lake EMS employees who have performed their jobs with extraordinary excellence.
The True North Award is founded upon the principles of fairness, kindness, dignity, charity, integrity, quality and service.
The True North Award is the highest level of recognition given at Lake Emergency Medical Services and honors notable accomplishments performed while on or off duty.
The plaque reads: In recognition of excellent and exemplary service to Lake EMS, Inc. and the communities we serve.
Lake EMS Joins with Community Organization to Offer Free CPR Classes
Lake EMS employees are in the business of saving lives and caring for people in crisis. Every day they respond to calls for medical assistance. Their commitment to helping people goes beyond their work shift. That’s why Lake EMS paramedics and EMTs will volunteer their time and skills with S.I.R.E.N.S. of Lake County to provide free CPR classes for the citizens of Lake County.
Jerry Smith, Lake EMS Executive Director explains, “We always look for opportunities to maximize our impact in the community. By joining with S.I.R.E.N.S.- a nonprofit community organization – we can reach more individuals and share vital lifesaving CPR skills with more citizens.”
Lake EMS crews and members of S.I.R.E.N.S. will be offering free CPR classes throughout the year with the first round being held in February:
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