Anderson New Supervisor: Eugene/Springfield Oregon
EUGENE/SPRINFIELD, OR (March 25, 2013) – Rural/Metro Ambulance announced today that Emergency Medical Technician Terri Anderson, has joined the company as a Supervisor for the Eugene/Springfield Division.
Before joining RMA, Anderson served on the Board of Directors for Crescent Rural Fire Protection District in Crescent, Oregon (CRFPD) from 2003 to 2012. She earned her Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) certification in 2010 and Firefighter 1 certification in 2011. CRFPD honored her with Volunteer of the Year in 2009 and 2010; Most Calls of the Year in 2009 and 2011; Stewardship – Length of Service Recognition in 2011 and EMT of the Year in 2012. Two times she was recognized as Employee of the Year by Crown Pacific and Interfor Pacific.
Anderson will oversee staff and operations in the Eugene/Springfield area. Rural/Metro is a leading medical transportation provider with Oregon operations in Salem and Eugene/Springfield communities. The company provides non-emergency, interfacility transports to the cities of Eugene and Springfield, in partnership with Eugene Fire Department and Springfield Fire and Life Safety. Committed to community involvement, Rural/Metro sponsors a number of community events, participates in local school safety events and is involved in numerous civic and non-profit organizations.
Enright named supervisor for Eugene/Springfield Rural/Metro Ambulance
EUGENE/SPRINGFIELD (January 18, 2013) - Rural/Metro Ambulance announced that Brandt Enright will serve as its new supervisor for the Eugene and Springfield operation. Enright will oversee staff and operations in the area.
While volunteering as a fire fighter with Coburg Fire District in 2006, Enright was working toward his EMT-Basic certification, which he received in 2008 from Umpqua Community College. He previously served Rural/Metro as an on-ambulance supervisor.
Rural/Metro is a leading medical transportation provider with Oregon operations in Salem and Eugene/Springfield communities. In Eugene/Springfield, Rural/Metro offers non-emergency interfacility ambulance services. Committed to community involvement, Rural/Metro sponsors a number of community events annually, participates in local school safety events, and is involved in numerous civic and non-profit organizations. Rural/Metro employs approximately 100 personnel in Oregon, including EMT’s, Paramedics, fleet and administrative positions.
BEND, OR (October 5, 2012) Victor Hoffer, field training officer and operations supervisor with Rural/Metro Ambulance in Salem, was recognized Oct. 5 at a ceremony in Bend for advocating for emergency services. Hoffer is from Mt. Angel, Oregon was given the award for meritorious service by the Oregon Health Authority’s Emergency Medical Services and Trauma Systems Program.
Katie Hartley Named Salem Young Professional
SALEM, OR (October 14, 2012). Katie Hartley, clinical manager of Rural Metro Ambulance Oregon, has been named Today's Young Professional and featured in the Salem Statesman Journal. To read the article click here.
Mike Harness Recognized by American Red Cross Willamette Chapter for Heroism
SALEM – (September 20, 2012) Mike Harness of Junction City was honored at the Real Heroes Breakfast on Thursday, Sept. 20 in Salem by the Willamette Chapter of the American Red Cross along with other local citizens. Harness, who is a paramedic supervisor with Rural Metro Ambulance in Salem, is one of seven men who received the award. Read the article in the Junction City, Oregon Tribune News here.
Check out Salem Statesman Journal's Out and About tribute to the event here.