Over 380 attended the annual Chester County Emergency Medical Services Council Awards Banquet on May 24th at the Red Clay Room. This event recognizes providers and citizens form across the county for their service, resuscitative successes, valor and clinical excellence. The evening was filled with stories of lives saved and dedicated service by providers from SCCEMS and other County EMS services. This year, SCCEMS had 12 of its staff members and Board members recognized. They were:
Paramedic Don Keith- Clinical Save Award x2 Paramedic Billy Wohl- Clinical Save Paramedic Gary Hartung- Clinical Save Paramedic Kim Harvey- Clinical Save x2 Paramedic Brian Casson- Clinical Save Paramedic Alex Christ- Clinical Save Paramedic Matt Barnett- Pre-Hospital Baby Delivery Former EMT Supervisor Barclay Hargreaves- Meritorious Service- Leadership Award SCCEMS Board Chairman- James Goss- Presidents Award SCCEMS Board Member- Mike Reynolds- Clinical Save SCCEMS Board Member- Bill Wohl Sr. Clinical Save and Presidents Award SCCEMS Chief- Bob Hotchkiss- Presidents Award
Congratulations to all of the awards recipients.
Jennersville Hospital CEO Chuck Davis congratulates Margaret Hoover Brigham recipient Rick Stabler
Previous EMS Council Presidents including SCCEMS CEO Bob Hotchkiss and SCCEMS Board member Bill Wohl Sr are recognized with the Presidents Award.
retired Representative Art Hershey is awarded the Robert Thompson Memorial Award by Director Atkins and Commissioners Cazzone and Costello
Former SCCEMS Supervisor H. Barclay Hargreaves is presented with the meritorious Service Award by CCEMS President Leo Scaccia.
SCCEMS CEO Bob Hotchkiss reads the Table of Honor dedication
SCCEMS Paramedic Kim Harvey is awarded one of her 2 save awards with members of the Avondale Amnulance crew that assisted.
Members of the Avondale Fire Company and the Kennett Fire Company are recognized for their cardiac arrest save at the 2011 Kennett Run. SCCEMS paramedic Aaron Ratner was unable to attend due to his medical residency sechdule.
SCCEMS Paramedic Gary Hartung and members of the West Grove Fire Company with the patients and her mother that they successfully resuscitated in March in Penn Township.