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“In a medical emergency, Kimberly Ewing is the EMT you want to arrive at your door. Last summer, in the middle of seasonal heat and humidity, Kim crawled into a damaged car to hold the hand of an accident victim. She comforted the patient while police and firefighters opened the car. Kim remained by the patient’s side on the trip to the hospital. Several months later, Kim saw the patient at a community event and rushed up to thank her. At the same event, two families stopped to thank Kim for her work. Each person spoke about how Kim made a difference and a lasting impression at a difficult time. Thanks to her dedication to patients, compassionate nature and calm presence, Kim is an EMT who is valued.” 

—Laureen Carlin, Director of Community Outreach and Volunteer Services, Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital

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