$100K in scholarships for N.Y. EMS training
The publicly raised funds demonstrate the region's support for well-trained EMS workers
SARANAC LAKE, N.Y. — The Adirondack Health Foundation is giving back to the volunteer emergency responders in its service region.
The organization recently announced it has earmarked $100,000 in scholarship funds to be awarded to area emergency medical services (EMS) providers.
“We are committing significant funding over the next two years to help support their training and education,” Scott McGraw, chair of the foundation’s Board of Trustees, said in a statement prepared for the Press-Republican. “This is a prime example of how the generosity of our citizens through the Adirondack Health Foundation can make a difference in the emergency care of family, friends and neighbors.”
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