Steward Health Care ‘EMS Week’ Awards Ceremony Recognizes Massachusetts First Responders
BROCKTON - In commemoration of National EMS Week, Steward Health Care Massachusetts hosted an award ceremony to recognize some of Massachusetts’s brave first responders. The awards honored the important contributions of EMS professionals in safeguarding our community’s health, safety, and well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic.
At the awards event, Matthew Hesketh, President of Good Samaritan Medical Center, delivered a message of appreciation for all EMS professionals in the Greater Brockton area. Hesketh was joined by EMS/Trauma Program Manager, Christian Renaux, RN, to present Good Samaritan’s EMS Awards to Steven Nelson, Paramedic, and Thomas Bibby, Paramedic from Brewster Ambulance. Nelson and Bibby were honored for decades of service to local EMS and their unwavering dedication to the health and safety of the Brockton community.
EMS professionals respond to nearly 28.5 million 9-1-1 calls a year. Good Samaritan Medical Center applauds the diverse group of individuals who step up every day to help our communities in need.
(l-r) Matthew Hesketh, President, Good Samaritan Medical Center; Steven Nelson, Paramedic, Brewster Ambulance; Thomas Bibby, Paramedic, Brewster Ambulance; and Good Samaritan Medical Center EMS/Trauma Program Manager, Christian Renaux, RN.