Monday, May 18, 2020

Emergency Medical Services Week, May 17-23, 2020


Pictured from left to right on the top row: Mesa County Commissioners Jonh Justman, Scott McInnis, and Rose Pugliese. Bottom row: Mesa County EMS System Coordinator Chris Rowland and EMS Medical Director Dr. Glenn Burket.

The Board of Mesa County Commissioners today proclaimed May 21-23, 2020, as Emergency Medical Services Week in Mesa County, and recognizes the value and accomplishments of EMS providers.

EMS teams consist of emergency medical technicians, paramedics, firefighters, emergency physicians, emergency nurses, administrators, dispatchers, and others.

May 21-23, 2020, is Emergency Medical Services Week in Mesa County.
EMS System Coordinator Chris Rowland accepts the Emergency Medical Services Week Proclamation and talks to the Mesa County Commissioners and hearing attendees about the importance of emergency medical services.

Mesa County EMS System Coordinator Chris Rowland talks to the Mesa County Commissioners and hearing attendees about the importance of emergency medical services providers and the vital role they play in our community's wellbeing.

EMS Medical Director Dr. Glenn Burket thanks the Board of Mesa County Commissioners for declaring May 21-23, 2020, as Emergency Medical Services Week in Mesa County.
Emergency medical services providers have traditionally served as the safety net of Mesa County's health care system. EMS professionals were honored in public hearing for their dedication to providing life-saving care to those in need 24 hours a day.

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