Photo of the Week: National EMS Museum displays Art of Emergency Care
The exhibition combining visual art with vintage EMS tools continues to travel the country and makes its next stop in Ohio this weekend
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This week's Photo of the Week comes from the National EMS Museum (NEMSM), which is stopping in Columbus, Ohio this week to display its traveling exhibition, "The Art of Emergency Care."
The museum will open the exhibition, which displays EMS-related artwork alongside vintage medical tools, at the Central Ohio Fire Museum & Learning Center on Feb. 8. The opening weekend will also include a talk with Artist, Firefighter and Paramedic Daniel Sundahl of DanSun Photos.
NEMSM also recently announced that it has received a $30,000 gift from Global Medical Response to support its upcoming "50 Yeas of California EMS" exhibition, which will travel throughout California in the summer and fall of 2020 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the state's Wedworth-Townsend Paramedic Act of 1970.
"Through generous support such as this, the National EMS Museum continues its mission to preserve and present the history of EMS in the United States and bring tailored community exhibitions to EMS services across the country, said NEMSM Director Kristy Van Hoven.