Photo of the Week: EMS advocates of the year
As part of EMS on the Hill Day, NAEMT recognized three leaders
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WASHINGTON — On a day known for EMS advocacy, EMS on the Hill Day, the NAEMT presented its awards for Advocate of the Year.
The winners include Suzanne Prentiss, who was New Hampshire's first female chief of EMS at the Department of Safety and has served in the New Hampshire Senate. Her daughter Phoebe accepted the award on her behalf.
Veteran EMT and lieutenant who has served in many roles, Michael E. Pollock, was there to receive his award (at left).
And so was Steven Kroll, EMT, MHA and executive director and volunteer chief of Delmar-Bethlehem EMS.
#EMSontheHill Day post-hill reception highlighted the great advocacy efforts of three EMS professionals. Congratulations to Suzanne Prentiss (NH/daughter Phoebe accepting award), Michael Pollock (NY) and Steve Kroll (NY), our 2023 NAEMT EMS Advocates of the Year. pic.twitter.com/wVdueZQX9T— Nat'l Assoc of EMTs (@NAEMT_) March 31, 2023