You are currently browsing the tag archive for the ‘1st Responder Newspaper’ tag.

It’s been a long road…

In 1972, NBC-TV paved the way for EMS awareness with the ground-breaking show ‘Emergency!’ (starring Randolph Mantooth and Kevin Tighe). The show depicted paramedics providing a high level of pre-hospital emergency care; at the time there were only about a dozen paramedic units operating across the United States. The show dramatically changed the way America viewed Emergency Medical Services. Amazingly, there are folks who believe that EMS only began with ‘Emergency!’ – They don’t realize that an emergency medical response system began in this country as far back as 1865 and was run by the Army.  (read more)

(an EMS Issues article from   )

 

http://bit.ly/1FcXXhv

Advertisements

EMS Strong poster for Chelle

 

May 17 thru 23 is EMS Week 2015. The slogan is EMS STRONG and I’ll be offering special chances to win FREE audiobooks and e-books of my EMS novels Final Sin & Hyphema… and more!!!!

Watch for info

on my Facebook Author Page

on my website ChelleCordero.com

and on my blog ChelleCordero.blogspot.com

I was a NYS Emergency Medical Technician, CPR and First Aid Instructor, and volunteer with a local ambulance corps for nearly three decades. I responded to numerous emergencies, performed CPR, delivered babies, transported trauma victims and sometimes just offered comfort to a patient during transport to the hospital. I write a monthly column on EMS Issues for First Responder Newspaper and articles for other EMS publications. And I’ve written two novels based on EMS.

My entire family is a blend of both volunteer and career EMS and Emergency Medical Services will always be near and dear to my heart.

Happy EMS Week to all EMS personnel.
Thank you EMTs & Paramedics for all you do.

 

Living, Breathing, Writing [Kindle Edition]

My Weekly Writing Workshop  (Living, Breathing, Writing) for Kindle has been discontinued. But you don’t have to miss out, go to https://amzn.to/2Tj06HG for a copy of 60+ Days to Live, Breathe, & Write  

Follow Me on Twitter

Advertisements