Spring Hill EMS Celebrates the Graduation of Five New EMTs from Rockland County Academy

Spring Hill Emergency Medical Services (EMS) proudly announced the graduation of five new Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) from the Rockland County EMS Academy. The new graduates, Joseph Hoch, who was the class salutatorian, Shannon Perry, Kaelin McClusky, Britney Zuniga, and Jason Wolf, have successfully completed a rigorous 5-month training program, honing their skills to become proficient EMTs.

“These dedicated individuals have shown remarkable commitment and resilience in their journey to becoming EMTs,” said Eli Ungar, Chief of Spring Hill EMS. “Their hard work and dedication are not just a service to Spring Hill EMS but to the entire community. We are excited to see the positive impact they will make in their roles.”

The training program, led by instructor John Waite, provided the students with comprehensive hands-on experience and theoretical knowledge crucial for emergency medical response. Spring Hill EMS expressed their gratitude towards Waite for his invaluable guidance and mentorship throughout the program.

For those interested in pursuing a career as an EMT and serving the community, Spring Hill EMS encourages you to apply through their website. “Becoming an EMT is a noble and fulfilling path, offering a chance to make a real difference in people’s lives,” added Chief Ungar. Spring Hill EMS is committed to supporting its community and will sponsor the training for new EMT candidates.

With the addition of these new members, Spring Hill EMS continues to strengthen its team and enhance its capabilities in providing critical emergency medical services to the community.

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