Clark County Health District Presents Emergency Medical Service

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					            Clark County Health District • Public Information Office • 625 Shadow Lane, Las Vegas, NV 89106 • 385-1291

News Release
                                                                                      Contact:        David Tonelli
                                                                                                      (702) 759-1393
                                                                                                      Jennifer Sizemore
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                 (702) 759-1225

                     Clark County Health District Presents
            Emergency Medical Service Responders of the Year Awards

       (Las Vegas, Nev., - May 19, 2005) – The Clark County Health District will present
Responder of the Year Awards to representatives of the nine licensed Emergency Medical
Services (EMS) agencies in Clark County today at 2 p.m. at the Clark County Health District,
located at 625 Shadow Lane. The awards presentation will be held in the Clemens Room.
       The following individuals will be recognized for their demonstration of excellent patient
care, clinical skills, exemplary professionalism and for their exceptional contributions and
commitment to the success and advancement of EMS:
       •   Brian Arboreen, Henderson Fire Department
       •   Troy Cabral, Las Vegas Fire and Rescue
       •   Brent Hall, Clark County Fire Department
       •   Roy Keefer, American Medical Response
       •   James Kindel, Mesquite Fire and Rescue
       •   James Parsons, Boulder City Fire Department
       •   Robert Rodgers, Mercy Air
       •   Frank Simone, North Las Vegas Fire Department
       •   Ronald Tucker, Southwest Ambulance

       This presentation is being held in recognition of National Emergency Medical Services
Week (May 15-21, 2005). According to the American College of Emergency Physicians the week
is designed to bring together local communities and medical personnel to publicize safety and
honor the dedication of those who provide the day-to-day lifesaving services of the medical
“front line.”