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5 days ago
Texas EMS Alliance

Thanks to Joe Schmider of DSHS for meeting with the Texas EMS Alliance board on Monday to discuss the next steps regarding the state's new EMS education and recruitment initiative, which the Texas Legislature approved in October.

Also, TEMSA can now be found on Instragram. Search for: TEMSAEMS
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Thanks to Joe Schmider of DSHS for meeting with the Texas EMS Alliance board on Monday to discuss the next steps regarding the states new EMS education and recruitment initiative, which the Texas Legislature approved in October.

Also, TEMSA can now be found on Instragram. Search for: TEMSAEMS

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Fantastic! Let us know how we can help. I’m the EMS Director at UT Dallas.

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1 week ago
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1 week ago
Texas EMS Alliance

Congratulations to TEMSA's newest board member, Garret Bubela, who was just promoted to the chief of El Campo EMS last night.

www.leader-news.com/news/article_aaf727aa-4cb0-11ec-a9ed-fbf13e8184d5.html
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Congratulations on your position. Thank you for your willingness to serve on the board during these busy times! We look forward to working with you. Happy Thanksgiving! 🦃

Congrats Garrett!!

Congrats, Garret!

Congratulations!

Congrats!!!!!

Congrats!!

Awesome stuff

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1 week ago
Texas EMS Alliance

TEMSA’s board is reviewing a busy 2021 for TEMSA and its members. TEMSA will have a number of new items to share with TEMSA members over the next few weeks. ... See MoreSee Less

TEMSA’s board is reviewing a busy 2021 for TEMSA and its members. TEMSA will have a number of new items to share with TEMSA members over the next few weeks.
2 weeks ago
Texas EMS Alliance

Profile picturesWe are devastated by the loss of UT Health East Texas EMS Paramedic David Eads. David served others through his skills as a dedicated paramedic for over 24 years, touching countless lives.

David joined UT Health East Texas EMS in December of 2020 and he served the Tyler/Smith County area as a lead paramedic.

“David was the kind of medic who had the perfect balance of competency and compassion,” said Dr. Yagnesh Desai, UT Health East Texas EMS Medical Director. “He was a medic who cared for the whole person, not just the immediate medical need.”

Recently, David could be seen working standby at high school football games, where he posed for pictures with the players, fans and mascots. David’s commitment to his profession was profound, as he always sought out more education to provide the best care for his patients.

“David was the kind of person that made you feel better simply by being around him,” said John Smith, CEO of UT Health East Texas EMS. “He had a way of making those around him better because of his huge heart for EMS and concern over his patients.”

This tragic loss is felt across our entire organization. The unit designation 809 will be retired and removed from service in his honor.
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