I started in the profession of Emergency response in 1997 as an Emergency Medical Technician. I became a paramedic in 2000. I worked for a couple of Ambulance companies before I was hired as a firefighter/paramedic at Fulton County Fire & Rescue Department. I worked my way up to Fire Captain where I retired in 2017. I went to work in the hospital and quickly realized that that atmosphere was not for me. I joined Coweta County Fire as a paramedic, where I was asked to become an FTO. I was told I was chosen for my work ethic, knowledge, honesty, passion, compassion and empathy towards my patients.
In the 2 years I've been with CCFD, I've have 8 documented life saves. I was named Employee of the Quarter ni December 2019 and I was given Paramedic of the Year Region IV, 2019.
I was nominated by my Lieutenant and Batallion Chief for my caring nature, ie. taking food to and visiting a cancer patient to ensure she ate and knew she was cared about, and for purchasing a microwave for an elderly lady who's only means of cooking burned up. They also included in the nomination my 8 documented life saves including one traumatic arrest save. They also mentioned in th nomination about the way I mentor my EMT's and new paramedics, as well as my diligence in maintaining my equipment.
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