Paramedic Services Week celebrated in Cornwall
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CORNWALL | The City of Cornwall and Cornwall SDG Emergency Medical Services (EMS) is celebrating Paramedic Services Week from May 25 to May 31. Paramedic Services Week is a special time set aside to honour and recognize the dedi- cation of Paramedics and staff in our com- munity. Paramedics work diligently every Each day, Paramedics go to work prepared to meet the unexpected Myles Cassidy day to save lives, promote recovery and pre- vent injuries from getting worse in an emer- gency. In 2014, Paramedics in Cornwall and SDG responded to over 12,000 emergency calls. “Each day, Paramedics go to work pre- pared to meet the unexpected. They equip themselves both mentally and physically to deal with the challenges they will face in serving the community and its citizens,” said EMS Chief Myles Cassidy, who has been in the EMS field for 25 years. To ensure quality care, Paramedics en- gage in thousands of hours of specialized training and continuing education through- out the year to acquire and enhance their lifesaving skills. “The highly trained Paramedics who serve Cornwall and SDG respond to disas- Professional Live Theatre in Morrisburg, Ontario – June 5 to 29 – A Bedfull of Foreigners By Dave Freeman “Hilarious Comedy in a run-down hotel!”
ter scenes, medical emergencies, motor vehicle accidents and other emergencies, providing everyone with access to quality emergency care,” said Chief Cassidy. “Ap- propriate medical care in an out-of-hospital setting dramatically improves the survival and recovery rate of those who experience sudden illness or injury.” To meet the growing demands for emer- gency medical services, much has changed in the past 10 years. The Public Access De- fibrillator program has delivered CPR and Automated External Defibrillator training to thousands of citizens in life saving inter- ventions. To date, 197 defibrillators have been installed in public places throughout Cornwall and SDG for use by the public in a medical emergency. In celebration of Paramedic Services Week, members of Cornwall SDG Emergen- cy Medical Services were at the Cornwall Square on May 27, displaying equipment and supplies used by Paramedics and of- fering demonstrations of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) used in public buildings. Cornwall’s and SD&G’s Emergency medical staff
Les élèves du Pavillon de l’École secondaire catholique La Citadelle ont récem- ment vécu des journées de ressourcement afin de leur permettre de réfléchir sur différentes composantes de leur foi. En lien avec le thème systémique en pasto- rale Allume-toi! , les élèves ont pu participer à des activités de groupes et réfléchir sur leurs croyances. Les journées diffrACTION ont été créées par le groupe PASTO formé de deux élèves de chaque école secondaire du CSDCEO.
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of CORNWALL COMMUNITY HOSPITAL Thursday, June 19, 2014, 7:00 p.m. NavCentre, Lecture Theatre 1950 Montreal Road, Cornwall The agenda will include reports from the Board Chair and Chief Executive Officer, the Chief of Staff, and the Auditors, as well as election of Directors, appointment of Auditors and By-law Amendments.
ASSEMBLÉE ANNUELLE de l’HÔPITAL COMMUNAUTAIRE DE CORNWALL
le jeudi 19 juin 2014, 19 h Centre Nav, Amphithéâtre 1950, chemin Montréal, Cornwall
L’ordre du jour comprendra les rapports du président du Conseil et de la directrice générale, du médecin-chef, et des vérificateurs, de même que l'élection des membres du conseil administration, la nomination des vérificateurs et la modification des règlements.
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