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Lee County Emergency Medical Services field training program active

By Staff | Sep 15, 2009

Lee County Emergency Medical Services added one new paramedic to its division through his successful completion of the agency’s field training program, introduced eight new employees into the program and promoted five employees into a field training officer position.

The newly credentialed paramedic is:
Adrian Corujo, Miami

The eight new employees entered into the field training program include:
– EMT Patrick Hurd, Cape Coral
– Paramedic Crystal Imsdahl, Labelle
– Paramedic Mark Hansen, Cooper City
– Paramedic George Miller, Cape Coral
– Paramedic Aaron Morris, Cape Coral
– Paramedic Timothy Waters, Jr., North Port
– EMT Robert Willaford, Cape Coral
– Paramedic Kelli Wilson, Lehigh Acres

Newly appointed paramedics to the Field Training Officer position include:
– A.J. Bonacquisti, Cape Coral
– Rex Friedline, Port Charlotte
– Dave Gobey, Cape Coral
– Craig Davison, Cape Coral
– Terry Mindykowski, Punta Gorda

Each paramedic and EMT that Lee County hires or promotes is required to participate in a two week orientation and complete a field training program. Upon completion of the field training program, employees are required to pass a test before an internal credentialing board which includes the EMS medical director.

Source: Lee County