Huge Congratulations to our fabulous PVAS Medics that were nominated by their peers as candidates for our Donald P. Rowe – EMT of the Year award. The winner of the award will be announced Wednesday evening.
– Grace Kellam has been on our team since June of 2016 starting PRN and moving to full time on B-shift. One of her peers writes; “Since working with Grace, I’ve realized that the most important part of the ambulance is NOT the equipment, but my partner. She has earned my trust and has made me feel as though I was trusted. I look forward to work when I know I’m partnered with her!”
– Alicia Ford has been on our team since December of 2015 working full time on C-shift. One of her peers writes; “Alicia has consistently gone above and beyond to prove herself. Always a fun and reliable teammate. She is positive by nature and rarely complains. She is a joy to work with!”
– Breana Hill has been on our team since May of 2015. Working full time, currently on B-shift. One of her peers writes; “Her medicine is top notch. Never having to worry on difficult calls because you have a great partner backing you up is very much appreciated!”
We are extremely proud of these women. Their individual accomplishments are impressive, their commitment to their patients and their partners is commendable and their dedication to making our organization better everyday is what makes PVAS stand out from the crowd….
Good luck ladies!
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Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Officer Natalie Corona and City of Davis Police Department CA as they mourn her tragic death.
The murderer was found dead after committing suicide.
Natalie has worked for Davis PD since 2016 in other capacities. She was promoted to police officer late last year and just a few weeks ago she completed FTO.
Please keep her family, both blood and blue, in your thoughts and prayers.
Rest In Peace sister, we have the watch from here.
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