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Thursday, April 25, 2013

Paramedics to be Recognized for Extraordinary Medical Care During OB Call

MEDIA CONTACT: Mark E.Brady, Chief Spokesperson, 240-508-7930
Mark Arsenault, Vice President-DHS Emergency Services, 301.809.2020: 301.335.6254

A pair of Prince George's County Firefighter/Medics will be recognized for extraordinary medical care
performed during childbirth.  The actions of one of these paramedics undoubtedly saved the life of an about-to-be-born infant.  The Firefighter/Medic crew will be recognized by the Fire/EMS Department as well as hospital staff at Prince George's Hospital Center.

The care provided by one particular paramedic will be highlighted as her story and performance during this incident goes beyond just delivering a patient to the hospital labor and delivery room.  Her story is remarkable and must be heard.

WHAT: Recognition of exemplary care by Paramedics

WHEN: Friday, April 26, 1:00 pm

WHERE: Prince George's Hospital Center - 4th Floor

The recognition will be in the Medical Staff Conference Room on the 4th Floor of the ACF Building. The ACF is at the front part of the hospital and does not connect to the fourth floor of the old building, so you have to take the elevators from the Main Lobby which is next / on the same floor to the ED.

Once you come off the elevator on the fourth floor. Go right to the end of the hallway, take a left down that hallway, the meeting room is the first door on the left.

WHO:  Paramedics receiving recognition, Fire Chief Marc S. Bashoor, Mark Arsenault - Vice President - DHS Emergency Services, hospital staff as well as co-workers of the Paramedics.

Lunch will be available.

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