Donors support National EMS Museum’s 2020 initiatives

An EMS industry law firm, the NAEMT and a retired medic have recently made contributions to the museum

By EMS1 Staff

NAVARRE, Fla. — The National EMS Museum (NEMSM) recently received donations that will help it fund its 2020 initiatives.

The Florida-based museum announced that the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT), national EMS industry law firm Page, Wolfberg and Wirth LLC, and retired Ohio medic Mike Warner have joined SAM Medical founders Sam and Cherrie Scheinberg as contributors this fall.

The National EMS Museum (NEMSM) opened the
The National EMS Museum (NEMSM) opened the "Art of Emergency Care" exhibit in Illinois this April. The NEMSM recently announced three new donors who will support the museum's initiatives for 2020. (Photo/NEMSM)

“With the support of major donors and individuals, The National EMS Museum’s 2020 initiatives including the launch of more public exhibitions, the development of educational curricula, and the promotion of first responder wellness are off to a robust start,” NEMSM said in a press release.

Warner recently met with NEMSM staff about the next stop of the exhibit “Art of Emergency Care” in Columbus, Ohio.

“You’ve made me believe this project is heading in the right direction,” Warner said.

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