FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA; In recognition of EMS Week, Broward Health's hospitals celebrated local EMS partners who go above and beyond for their community.
Broward Health Medical Center hosted a cocktail reception for Fire Rescue leaders to celebrate their hard work and dedication to Broward County residents.
• Broward Health North hosted its annual EMS awards breakfast to recognize local first responders from Broward Sheriff’s Office Fire Rescue, North Lauderdale Fire Rescue, Pompano Beach Fire Rescue and Tamarac Fire Rescue for their outstanding work serving our community.
• Broward Health Coral Springs hosted food trucks and an ice cream sundae bar for local EMS providers with Tamarac Fire Rescue, Margate Fire Department and the Coral Springs-Parkland Fire Department.
• Broward Health Imperial Point partnered with Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue and Ocean Rescue at a recent visit to Westminster Academy, where students learned hands-only CPR.
“Broward Health is proud to recognize EMS professionals and the critical role they play in trauma and emergency care,” said James Roach, D.O., district chief of emergency medicine for all of Broward Health and chief medical officer of Broward Health Medical Center. “The quality of pre-hospital care they provide makes a critical difference in patient outcomes and we’re excited to work with our EMS partners to advance protocols through the continuum of emergency care.”
Broward Health is a nationally recognized health system in South Florida. As one of the 10 largest public healthcare systems in the U.S., Broward Health boasts two trauma centers and virtually every health specialty, offering compassionate, personalized care across its four hospitals and more than 50 health centers and physician practices. As a leader in advanced healthcare for 85 years, Broward Health has a robust graduate education program and international services. For more information, visit BrowardHealth.org.