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Employment Opportunities:

CMED Telecommunicator -
Part-Time with Full-Time Potential
Training Provided

Click Here for Full Job Description and Qualifications
Must be at least 18 years of age with a High School diploma; able to speak English clearly; able to work well under pressure and multitask. Candidates meeting the hiring criteria will be required to sit for a 30-minute "Perfex" Simulator exam.

Employment Application (Click to download application)
If you have any further questions, please email Jo Wallace at wallacej@northcentralctems.org
News & Information:
February 27, 2020 

CT EMS Awards

In existence since 1983 and previously the purview of the Connecticut Emergency Medical Service Foundation. In early 2012 the Foundation contacted the Council of Regional Chairpersons (CORC) for assistance with the CT EMS Awards. As a result of these conversations, CORC had agreed to take a lead role in soliciting nominations and determining the recipients of the awards. CORC, now known as the Council of Regional Presidents (CORP), continues the tradition of recognizing and honoring our EMS professionals and those who are supportive of the EMS System in Connecticut.

In an attempt to simplify and streamline the nomination process, the award names and descriptions have been rewritten. We have also created an on-line nomination process. Each award, along with a description and a link to the nomination form, is listed below.

We invite you to join us in honoring the 2020 Award Recipients at the State Capitol in the Old Judiciary Room, 3rd floor on Monday, May 18, 2020 at 10:00am.

The deadline for nominations to be submitted is March 31, 2020.

Please take a few minutes and read about the different award categories to nominate an EMS Champion, and share the Flyer with members and staff. Click Here>>>>

       Honoring those who serve us!
Pull to the right for sirens and lights: 

Do seconds count if it were your emergency? When you are with family, every second counts.

Pull to the right for sirens and lights.

Drive to the right side of the road and stop until the emergency vehicles pass. Sometimes there is more than one emergency vehicle.

Never stop in an intersection. If you are in an intersection and you see an emergency vehicle, continue through the intersection and then move to the right as soon as it is safe to stop.

Do not follow within 300 feet behind any emergency vehicle when the lights and siren are on.

Pull to the right for sirens and lights. Help us help you.

This message is sponsored by the North Central Connecticut Emergency Medical Services Council and CMED.


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