Four County Career Center Adult Education Division recently had 15 students graduate in the Paramedic Programs held at the Career Center and Arrowhead in Maumee. The eighteen month program includes classroom and lab training, clinical rotation at area hospitals and trauma centers in Toledo, and ride time with area EMS life squads. Dan Frederick, Public Safety Coordinator and Tom Samson, Paramedic Education Program Director, coordinated the program. Superintendent Tim Meister welcomed graduates and guests. Keynote speaker for the evening was Chrys Peterson, former Toledo news anchor and ProMedica consultant and correspondent for ProMedica’s HealthConnect website. Shown following the graduation program are Paramedic graduates with Peterson (LEFT TO RIGHT) David Dubry (Wauseon); Paul Nieberding (Delta); Tyler Ellis (Toledo); Jamie Eisenbrandt (ProMedica Transport Network); Sarah Dempsey (Napoleon); Tim Miller (ProMedica Transport Network); Wade Bockert (Toledo); Dillon Flick (Northwood); Ken Jackson (ProMedica Transport Network); Ben Lowe (ProMedica Transport Network); Codie Carlisle (Williams county); and Peterson.
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