EMS Champion Award Nomination

The Saint Francis EMS Champion Award honors individuals, both EMTs and Paramedics, who epitomize the spirit embodied in the word “champion.” The achievements of these individuals often do not receive the recognition they truly deserve. The goal of this initiative is to recognize and honor excellence, and exemplify what it means to be an emergency medical professional. It is also our objective to educate the business community and general public about these achievements, and bring needed recognition to the quality of healthcare services and innovation present in our community.

The EMS Champion Award recipients will be honored with a ceremony on May 24, 2017, during national EMS Week at the Hospital.

Nomination Guidelines
EMS Champion Award recipients are nominated by their peers and must be individuals currently working or volunteering as an EMS provider in the Saint Francis service area. We will normally not honor more than one person from any single organization.

The nomination form should be filled out completely and include a clear and concise narrative of the person’s accomplishments in 100-200 words.  While this program does not specify how an effort or accomplishment will be measured, we request that each nomination includes specifics and details to help us with the selection process. All nominations must be received by April 28, 2017. Winners and nominators will be notified of the final decisions in early May.

For any questions, please contact John Quinlavin at (860) 714-5549.

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Why should this person be considered for this award? Please write 100 – 200 words. Actions worthy of consideration include outstanding clinical patient care, compassionate care, contributions to improving the local or state EMS system, patient advocacy, teaching/mentoring, community education, and/or injury/illness prevention.