On Thursday, March 20, at its Community Health Conference Room, FirstHealth of the Carolinas hosted a reception recognizing the 25th anniversary of the first graduating class of paramedics and mobile intensive care nurses from Montgomery Community College. Twenty-five years ago, this cooperative link of programs provided the maximum level of emergency pre-hospital care of anywhere in the state of North Carolina. Montgomery County Emergency Medical Services and Montgomery Memorial Hospital had the first functioning program in Region H, which included Montgomery, Anson, Richmond and Moore counties. Those attending the reception were (back row from left) Randy Kearns, Mike Dutton, John Hamilton, Steve Tedder, Barry Britt, Jerry Cornelison, Robbie Smith, David Barbour and (front row from left) Donna Strong, Delano Williams, Deborah Brewer Hare, Phyllis Cornelison, Ricky Batten, Tommy McNeill, Roger Brewer, Mary Ellen Gooch and Beth Walker.
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