INTERIM GUIDANCE FOR SAFELY TRANSPORTING CHILDREN IN AMBULANCES ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STATE EMS OFFICIALS
The NASEMSO has issued interim guidance that recommends “EMS agencies should have appropriate-sized child restraint system(s) readily available on all ambulances that transport children. Additionally the devices should cover, at minimum, a weight range of between five and 99 pounds, ideally supporting the safest transport possible for all persons of any age or size.”
Southeastern Emergency Equipment offers the only solution to meet these recommendations: the Ambulance Child Restraint (ACR) by Quantum EMS.
SEEKING DISTRICT SALES MANAGER TO SERVE OUR CUSTOMERS IN THE VIRGINIA/DC AREA
Looking for a career in EMS/Fire sales? Are you passionate about providing exceptional service and cutting edge products that help save lives? If so, our District Sales Manager (DSM) position in Virginia/DC may be the perfect fit for you.
The DSM is responsible for calling on emergency medical services, ambulance services, fire departments, police departments and pre-hospital-related organizations and professionals. The DSM will be responsible for maintaining and growing business with existing customers as well as aggressively adding new customers. Providing product information and demonstrations to customers are also part of the position. Candidates with current or recent past credentials/licensure in the pre-hospital field will be given strong preference. A strong background in customer relations may be substituted for an outside sales background, if coupled with a progressive career in pre-hospital medicine. This is a full-time, not part-time, position.
BRANDON WARD AND JENNIFER STANLEY JOIN SOUTHEASTERN AS SALES MANAGERS IN KENTUCKY AND TENNESSEE
We welcome two new District Sales Managers to the Southeastern Emergency Equipment family, effective April 4. Brandon Ward, EMT-P, will serve customers in western portions of Kentucky and Tennessee while Jennifer Stanley, EMT-P, will provide local representation in the eastern portions of the two states.
Although we are excited to welcome both Brandon and Jennifer, we also experience mixed emotions as Roger Kelley, our long-time representative in these areas, has officially begun his retirement (although he will always be part of the Southeastern Family).
"Because of the population growth in Tennessee and Kentucky, as well as ever-increasing requests from customers and manufacturers, we recognized hiring two salespeople for these states allowed us to provide the level of service our customers expect. Plus, both Brandon and Jennifer were exceptional candidates; each of whom came highly recommended by their peers in the EMS community," Steven Grunewald, National Sales Manager.
TRAINING AND EDUCATION DIVISION EXPANDS INTO CLINICAL SERVICES WITH HIRING OF DAVID GLENDENNING, EMT-P
Our Training and Education department continues to broaden its services to customers and manufacturers with the hiring of David Glendenning, EMT-P as Clinical Applications Specialist. In conjunction, the department has been renamed Education and Clinical Services. The expansion to include Clinical Services reinforces our commitment to providing education and clinical support, as well as strengthening our "DNA" of being led by and dedicated to EMS/Fire professionals.
A highly-respected educator, author and national speaker, David has been in EMS and Fire roles for 25 years, including 20 years as a paramedic. He is also a sought-after consultant for EMS systems looking to improve delivery of care and clinical outcomes. He comes to us from New Hanover (NC) Regional Medical Center where he was Education and Outreach Coordinator.
ITLS RELEASES POSITION PAPER ON ROLE OF TXA IN
David Glendenning, EMT-P joins us as Clinical Applications Specialist to provide additional education and clinical support to customers, manufacturers and our sales and customer service teams.