Four County Graduates Twenty Two Paramedic Program Students

2015 paramedic gradFour County Career Center Adult Education Division recently graduated 22 students in the Paramedic Programs at the Career Center. 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, at the Career Center coordinated the program and Dr. Steve Bills is the Paramedic Program Medical Director.

Shown following the official graduation for completing the program at Four County Career Center are (FRONT – LEFT TO RIGHT) Tom Friess (Perrysburg); Jennifer Evers (Holland); Melissa Motylinski (Tecumseh); Amy Baker (Pioneer); Austin Quillet (Napoleon); Brady Schaffner (Wauseon); (BACK – LEFT TO RIGHT) Tobias Westhoven (Napoleon); Craig Vogel (Defiance); Steve Brubaker (Waterville); Mark Fox (Stryker); Dave Bowen (Napoleon); and Marcus Schuette (Wauseon).

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