They are the “front line” of medicine saving lives every day. From rural communities to major cities, dedicated first responders are always there, working around the clock to provide immediate care. Ever ready, they keep up with the latest training, ensuring the most effective life-saving treatments available.
National EMS Week was first observed in 1974 when President Gerald Ford acknowledged the crucial work of this critical link in emergency medical care. Today, it is celebrated nationwide with ceremonies, community cookouts, and sincere expressions of appreciation.
Thank For What You Do, EMS Professionals