Essex-Windsor EMS Paramedics Win Gold

Monday May 27th, 2019

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Three Essex-Windsor EMS Paramedics are bringing home gold for the fourth consecutive year at the Rallye Rejviz, the largest international Paramedic competition in the world

Paramedics Shawn May, Ryan Cloutier and Adrien Bezaire joined forces with Dr. Erika Jamrichova from Slovakia to win Gold in the Physician category. The squad beat out more than 20 other teams in the competition that has been held in the Czech Republic each year since 1997.

“Essex-Windsor EMS Paramedics are among the best in the world and their repeated success in this prestigious international competition is well-deserved and the result of hard work and dedication,” said Essex-Windsor EMS Chief Bruce Krauter.

“The knowledge they gain from participating in these events with their peers from around the world is shared with their colleagues back here at home and helps us provide the residents of Windsor-Essex with the best possible pre-hospital emergency care.”

The four-peat is a fitting start to Paramedic Services Week as the theme this year is “Celebrating Successes.”

“Essex-Windsor EMS Paramedics play an essential role in protecting and promoting the health and wellbeing of local residents,” said Krauter. “They are also relentless community boosters who donate their time and expertise to educational campaigns and charitable causes.”

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