Ennis Jackson’s community work was recently recognized with a Star of Life award from the American Ambulance Association in Washington, D.C. He has addressed an estimated 400,000 students in San Diego over the last 2 decades, giving HS students advice on how to avoid destructive decisions such as drunk driving.
I began working as a Paramedic in Alameda County for American Medical Response in 2004. It was clear within my first 4 months working my 5 call and getting ready to be able to take calls by myself it would be a system that would teach me more in a few years than what I [...]
NEMSMS honors EMTs, paramedics, flight crews, SAR etc that die in the line of duty while performing EMS related duties. We are always looking for and needing donations (the donations are tax deductible, we are a 501 c 3) Right now we are looking for monies to support the yearly service, as well as funds [...]