This week we honor our EMS responders as part of National Emergency Medical Services Week. Our first responders continue stepping to the front of the line to provide dedicated service to our communities.
This week and all year long, we owe a debt of gratitude to the thousands of EMS professionals across the nation. These individuals are true public servants who commit their lives to aiding our residents in times of crisis and emergency.
During EMS Week, it’s so important to honor the paramedics, EMTs and others in EMS who do so much for their
communities,” says NAEMT President Susan Bailey, MSEM, NRP.
“‘Where Emergency Care Begins’ reminds the public of EMS’s most important mission – the ability to respond appropriately to the most urgent emergencies, and to rovide critical interventions in the field that save lives and reduce long-term disability.”
The Cutchogue Fire Department is proud of our EMS providers and the services they provide to our community 24 hours a day, 365 days a year as volunteers.
As the Nation celebrates National EMS week we would like to say "Thank You" for your hard work and continued dedication and service you give to the community
The Cutchogue Fire Department would like to personally thank each and every volunteer that has given their time and service to helping others during this uncertain time.
We continue to keep the health and safety of our community in our thoughts.
If you get an opportunity, please thank your first responders and their families for their continued selfless acts!
To the EMS providers across the nation...
WE THANK YOU ALL!