The Awards Go To…

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San Francisco’s emergency medical service (EMS) professionals rush every day to the scenes of emergencies to assist in what might be someone’s darkest hour.  Wednesday May 20 is our opportunity to honor their achievements, which often go unnoticed.

Our City’s EMS honorees represent paramedics, emergency medical technicians, dispatchers, educators, and emergency room providers.  Collectively they are shining examples of San Francisco’s emergency medical services community.

EMS Community Service Award
University San Francisco Emergency Medical Response Service

The EMS Community Service Award is presented to community members not employed by EMS system providers who have demonstrated leadership, compassion, and proficiency in providing emergency care for patients.  The University of San Francisco’s Emergency Medical Response Service is this year’s honoree.  USF developed their first on-campus EMS response service run by students and developed a community outreach plan to provide CPR, first aid, and disaster response training.

EMS Hospital Provider Award
UCSF Medical Center and UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Operation Move Team

The EMS Hospital Provider Award is presented to hospital-based providers for their exemplary care of EMS patients and their efforts on behalf of EMS field providers in building the teamwork that patients need to recover from their crises.  The UCSF Medical Center and UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Operations Move Team planned and executed a safe move for more than 130 patients from UCSF’s Parnassus and Mount Zion campuses to the new Benioff Children’s Hospital campus with minimal impact on EMS services.  As result of their advanced planning, disaster preparedness was enhanced at all sites.

EMS Dispatcher Award
Chancellor Mateo, EMD

The EMS Dispatcher Award is presented for service to patients calling in time of need for medical emergencies above and beyond the normal duties of EMS dispatch.  Chancellor Mateo was selected by his peers for 12 years of outstanding performance as a dispatcher and dispatch trainer.

EMS Field Provider Award
Anthony Dumont, EMT-P

The EMS Field Provider Award is presented to an active Emergency Medical Technician or Paramedic who provides excellent care to patients in need in a compassionate, professional and exemplary manner.  Anthony Dumont, EMT-P receives this honor for outstanding performance as a public safety provider in law enforcement, firefighting, and emergency medical care.  Anthony is a leader in the development of medical support to tactical situations.

Raymond Lim Excellence to EMS Award
Megan Corry, San Francisco City College

Raymond Lim Excellence in EMS is presented to an individual to honor a career spent in caring for EMS patients in an exemplary and extraordinary way.  True to the spirit of Raymond Lim, a pioneer in establishing quality care in California EMS, Megan Corry has dedicated her 20-year career to emergency medical services in the field and in the classroom.  Megan trains future EMS professional as the Program Director of City College of San Francisco’s nationally accredited paramedic training program.

Congratulations to all of our honorees!  Thank you for your service to San Francisco.

Inspired?  Attend San Francisco’s Emergency Medical Services Open House at City College of San Francisco on May 20, from noon to 4:00 p.m.   San Francisco’s EMS providers and professionals will be on hand to answer your questions.  For more information about the San Francisco Emergency Medical Services Open House, Job Fair, andAwards visit:


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