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Honoring Heroes: Recognizing excellence in emergency medical services

This year's award recipients represent the best of the EMS profession and serve as role models for their peers and future generations of healthcare providers and an unyielding commitment to the communities we serve.

South County — Southern Berkshire Ambulance, servicing South County, has announced the recipients of this year’s Awards of Excellence in Emergency Medical Services. These awards recognize the outstanding and lifesaving contributions and unwavering dedication of Southern Berkshire Ambulance’s Paramedics, Advanced Emergency Medical Technicians, and Basic Emt’s who tirelessly serve our South County communities, often in the face of adversity.

Each one of the award recipients has gone above and beyond the call of duty. This year’s recipients have demonstrated exceptional skill, compassion, and commitment to saving lives and providing critical care during emergencies. They represent the best of the EMS profession and serve as role models for their peers and future generations of healthcare providers and an unyielding commitment to the communities we serve.

These individuals, as our dispatchers and first responders, along with all our EMS professionals, work tirelessly, often behind the scenes, facing unpredictable situations with grace and expertise. They are the backbone of our emergency-response system, and their contributions cannot be overstated.

As we celebrate these exceptional individuals, let us also remember the collective effort of all EMS personnel at Southern Berkshire Ambulance, local ambulances, and fire departments in the surrounding communities who work together to provide seamless, life-saving care. Their teamwork, camaraderie, and mutual support are the foundation of their success.

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