News & Announcements
Effective at midnight on October 6, 2005, a revised Mutual Aid Plan (MAP) will take effect for Moreau Emergency Squad. The revised plan replaces page 18 of the Saratoga County EMS Mutual Aid Plan dated October 2004. Copies of the revised plan are available at the Downloads tab.
Certified Instructor Coordinator Joyce Eichorst of Saratoga County has been selected by the New York State EMS Council as the 2005 EMS Educator of Excellence. The award, to be presented at the NYS Vital Signs Conference Awards Banquet in Rochester on October 15th of this year, is chosen annually from nominations submitted by Regional Councils throughout the State. The EMS Educator of Excellence is an individual who through outstanding teaching and educational coordination has maximally improved prehospital services at the local, county, regional, or state levels. In the nomination submitted by the Saratoga County EMS Council, Eichorst was described as an outstanding EMS educator with an exceptional ability to cultivate a rich enthusiasm for EMS and a lifelong commitment to learning in her students. Her dazzling presentations, comical personality, compassionate approach, and clearly expressed willingness to go the extra mile for her students have spread her extraordinary reputation throughout the region. Eichorst is the first ever Saratoga County CIC to receive the prestigious State Council Award. Congratulations Joyce!
The Regional Emergency Medical Organization honored Deputy EMS Coordinator Andre Delvaux, Certified Instructor Coordinator Joyce Eichorst, and the General Schuyler Emergency Squad at an awards ceremony on September 26th. Delvaux was awarded the Harriet Weber Leadership Award, Eichorst the EMS Educator of Excellence, and General Schuyler awarded a certificate of appreciation recognizing their EMS contributions. Awardees were selected from nominations submitted from the six county region of Albany, Schenectady, Saratoga, Columbia, Greene, and Rensselaer. Congratulations!
The Moreau Emergency Squad one day Homeland Terrorism Seminar on Saturday, September 17th, 2005 at the Charles R. Wood Theater in Glens Falls, NY has been postponed until 2006. Registrants will be contacted by the seminar organizers. A new date has not been confirmed, but will include additional coverage of Natural Disasters as well. Previously, the seminar was to kick off at 8 AM (registration & check-ins from 7-8 AM) and end at 5:30 PM. Cost includes breaks, lunch, and a dinner reception with live entertainment at the Queensbury Hotel starting at 6 PM. Participants will earn 7 hours of CME including 3 hours WMD required for NYS Pilot Program participants. Speakers include internationally known names such as Dr. Paul Kim, FDNY Battalion Chief John Salka, Jr., NYC OEM Deputy Commissioner Edward Gabriel, and Paul Maniscalco. NOTE: Paul Maniscalco (listed on program) has been replaced with Attorney and Terrorism Expert Peter Beering. Click here for a PDF brochure. Email for questions and information is email@example.com.
From November 20, 2004 through September 11, 2005, the NYS Museum will display an EMS history exhibit called, “Help Is Here.” Fifteen historic ambulances dating from the end of the 19th century to present as well as uniforms and historic photographs will be shown. The State Museum is open everyday except Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years Day from 9:30 AM to 5 PM. For further information, call 518-474-5877 or check their web site at: www.nysm.nysed.gov. Click here to download a poster on the exhibit for your agency bulletin board.