Two Grey County paramedics have been provincially recognized for their years of exceptional services. Paramedics Jodi MacInnis and Mike LaRocque were presented with the Emergency Medical Services Exemplary Service Medal in London, Ontario, on September 20. The award, presented by Honorary Lieutenant-General Richard Rohmer, recognizes paramedics who have served for at least 20 years and shown the highest standard of conduct and efficiency.
“Jodi and Mike are dedicated professionals who are well-deserving of this tremendous honour,” said Grey County Warden Stewart Halliday. “Their devotion to providing excellent care and service makes Grey County a safer place to live, work and play. Grey County is incredibly proud of their accomplishments and grateful to have them serving our communities.”
Kevin McNab, Grey County’s Director of Paramedic Services applauded Jodi and Mike on their accomplishments.
“For years Jodi and Mike have performed their duties at a high level. They have terrific work ethics and are great role models for our younger paramedics,” said McNab. “Mike and Jodi are team players. They provide excellent patient care on calls and can always be depended on both in the field and around the base. They are both very deserving of their medals and I’m pleased to see them recognized for their remarkable service.
The Exemplary Service Medals were awarded during a special gala at the annual Ontario Association of Paramedic Chiefs conference and meeting.
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