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PGFD Appointment of Jurisdictional EMS Medical Director

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Mark E. Brady, Chief Spokesperson, 240-508-7930, MEBrady@co.pg.md.us
Brian J, Frankel, Assistant Fire Chief - EMS, 301-583-1871, BJFrankel@co.pg.md.us
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The Prince George's County Fire/Emergency Medical Services (FMS) Department is pleased to announce that Michael G. Millin, MD, MPH, FACEP, FAEMS has been appointed as the Emergency Medical Services, Emergency Medical Dispatch, and Wellness and Fitness Medical Director for the County, effective April I, 2017.

Doctor Millin is transitioning into the role held by outgoing medical director, Doctor Terry A. Jodrie who served the County for over 23 years. "We wish Doctor Jodrie all the best in his future endeavors and owe him a debt of gratitude for his many years of dedicated selfless service to the County," said County Fire Chief Benjamin Barksdale.

Doctor Michael Millin comes to Prince George's County with years of experience in emergency and pre-hospital medicine. He is board certified in emergency medicine, completed an EMS fellowship, and holds a Master's in Public Health Management and Policy. Doctor Millin continues to practice medicine and-serves as an Associate Processor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He has served as a jurisdictional medical director for several agencies in the State and participated on numerous National and State EMS committees. In addition, he has published research in areas of field EMS care, trauma care, and disaster medicine.

“Doctor Millin brings an extensive wealth of knowledge to the County and is looking forward to the opportunity to serve within our agency.  We are fortunate to have a Director with his experience, talents and credentials," stated Chief Barksdale.

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