Each year during National Public Safety Telecommunications Week, Coweta E-911 honors staff members with an award for CPR saves. The definition of a CPR Save is a call where the patient was not breathing and CPR instructions were given over the phone which resulted in spontaneous circulation and hospital admission of the patient.
This year 10 E-911 dispatchers were honored!
Group 1 (left to right) Gina Spence, Joshua Rickmond, Savannah Ballard and Shelly Tenney
Group 2 (left to right) Christine Freeman, Clarissa Hutson, Holly Smith, Tina Parker & Rickey Newell. Marie Imhoff (not pictured) was also honored.
Congratulations to this year’s CPR Saves Award Winners and THANK YOU to everyone at Coweta’s E-911 Center who work day and night to ensure our health and well-being!