During National Emergency Medical Services Week, we recognize the tremendous role that EMS practitioners make to improve the
health in communities across the nation. The around-the-clock dedication to providing emergency care is evident with the statistic that more than 36 million patients were cared for by EMS professionals during the past year.
EMS professionals are committed to delivering emergency medical care in the community. They strive for seamless care, from the field to the hospital emergency department or trauma center. Their commitment to ensuring that patients receive the best medical care available, anytime and anywhere, is paramount to advancing the health safety and welfare of the American people. EMS is an essential part of building a resilient health care system that functions efficiently and effectively every day and is capable of responding to disasters and public health emergencies.
Please join SJCFR during National EMS week in thanking the dedicated professionals in EMS for the critical work they do to improve the health of the nation and strengthen the health and security of all Americans. SJCFR is proud to serve the SJC community and takes great pride in providing a consistent high level of emergency response and EMS care to our citizens.
Incident Type: National EMS Week 2013