The John P. Moore Memorial EMS Award for Excellence 2014

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Nominations are now open for
The John P. Moore Memorial
EMS Award for Excellence

John P. Moore was an invaluable member of the OhioHealth Grant Medical Center family. For 25 years, John served as a part-time paramedic instructor at Grant, and was one of three paramedic instructors for the Columbus Division of Fire. John was instrumental in the creation of GrantLifeFlight’s first remote helicopter base in Wellston, Ohio — the first of its kind in the country.This base helped to increase the rapid response of helicopter crews in southern Ohio and helped to significantly improve patient survival rates in rural areas.

John dedicated his professional life to the continued success of the Grant Trauma program and Grant’s LifeLink program. His contributions to the improvement of care for pre-hospital patients through his efforts at the Columbus Division of Fire, Grant LifeFlight, Grant LifeLink and Grant’s Paramedic School are invaluable.

 

Award Description
To pay honor to his memory, OhioHealth Grant Medical Center is proud to present
The John P. Moore Memorial EMS Award for Excellence. This award is presented annually to an Emergency Medical Responder, (EMR), Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) or Paramedic (PM) working in central, southern or southeastern Ohio.

The honored individual’s character, as demonstrated through their actions as an EMS advocate, educator, leader, mentor or provider, has affected the lives of others by creating a positive and long-lasting impact in the provision of emergency medical services.

 

Award Eligibility Criteria
A nominee for the John P. Moore Memorial EMS Award for Excellence must:

+ Be an EMS provider, with a current and valid certification issued by the State of Ohio, Division of EMS as a Emergency Medical Responder (EMR), Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) or Paramedic (PM); and

+ Be an EMS provider with no disciplinary actions against them by the Ohio State Board of Emergency Medical Services; and

+ Be a member in good-standing of a recognized EMS organization that responds within central, southern or southeastern Ohio to emergencies and other requests, including those made by the public-at-large; and

+ Meet the spirit of the award description

Please see the attached nomination packet for additional details. The deadline for nominations is April 18, 2014.

The Award will be presented during The Ohio EMS Conference on May 19, 2014 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center. For more information, visit: OhioHealthEMS.com

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