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Clarksville, TN 37040
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County government employees receive CPR training

Clarksville Now - June 1, 2016

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Life Saver Awards Ceremony

January 8, 2018

During the formal County Commission meeting on January 8, 2018 the following individuals were presented with the Life Saver Award.

  • Randy Paddock, MCSD Deputy
  • Matt Leverett, First Responder
  • Curtis Morales, First Responder
  • Lieutenant Steve Harris, MCEMS EMT-P
  • Ben Rush, MCEMS EMT-P
  • Caleb Hall, MCEMS AEMT
  • Maya Brown, E911 Dispatcher

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EMS Recognized with Award

May 16, 2018

EMS Star of Life Award 2010

Wednesday, May 16th Montgomery County EMS and Vanderbilt LifeFlight accompanied by one of their survivors, seven month old Charlie Fenske and her family, drove to Nashville to be recognized at the Star of Life Awards Ceremony presented by Tennessee Emergency Medical Services for Children. The ceremony presented actual patient scenarios and reunited the EMS caregivers with the individuals they treated from the eight EMS regions across the state.

Region 5 Award Winners - Montgomery County EMS & Vanderbilt LifeFlight

  • Randy Paddock, MCSD Deputy
  • Matt Leverett, First Responder
  • Curtis Morales, First Responder
  • Lieutenant Steve Harris, MCEMS EMT-P
  • Ben Rush, MCEMS EMT-P
  • Caleb Hall, MCEMS AEMT
  • Maya Brown, E911 Dispatcher 

Montgomery County Sheriff's Deputy and Fire were dispatched, along with Montgomery County EMS in early November 2017 for a four week old infant that was not breathing. The crew arrived on the scene to find a four week old infant in cardiac arrest.  Deputy Paddock took over patient care from the father, providing CPR, applies the AED, and delivers two shocks.   When the EMS crew arrived on scene they found the patient unresponsive, her heart was beating with very shallow respirations, EMS crew assisted with ventilations and prepared her for transport. The infant was taken to Tennova Medical Center and was later transferred to Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.  Charlie Fenske is now a thriving seven month old.

Montgomery County's new EMS Administration and Logistics center opens

November 29, 2018

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