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2016 Annual Year in review!

Click the link below to see our 2016 Annual Year in Review!

 

2016 Annual Year in Review

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We're Participating in Washington County Gives again this year!

We’re joining more than 70 nonprofits in a 24-hour online giving promotion called Washington County Gives on Tuesday, May 3. Visit washingtoncountygives.org for more information on this great event!

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Closed Position - Administrative Support Assistant

Part Time Position

Position Summary: Performs highly responsible work involving a wide variety of independently performed skilled and administrative support tasks requiring:  word processing and database management; public contact; and related activities in support of Smithsburg EMS. 

 

JOB DESCRIPTION 

Responsibilities:

Provides staff assistance to the Officers.

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SEMS Officer Receives State Award

Congrats to Sgt. Jamie Daily for receiving the Executive Director's Award from the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems (MIEMSS). Jamie also volunteers with Frederick County, MD Fire/Rescue and was among those who responded to the incident last year.  Click the link below for the full story.  http://www.firehouse.com/news/12077029/md-personnel-lauded-for-saving-teen-hurt-on-zip-line

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Washington County Gives

Support SEMS on Tuesday, May 5th as we participate in Washington County Gives, a 24 hour fundraiser for local non-profits. Donate by clicking the link below!https://washingtoncountygives.org/#npo/smithsburg-emergency-medical-services-inc

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Extrication Training

SEMS hosted joint extrication training with the Smithsburg Volunteer Fire Company on Saturday, April 25th. Check out the photos on our Facebook page via the link below. https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10152830136932894.1073741838.2...

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Smithsburg Police receive more AEDs

In December of 2012 SEMS provided an AED for use by the Smithsburg Police Department in the cruiser of the on duty police officer. Since that time 2 of the 3 Smithsburg Police Department officers, plus the chief, have received Letters of Commendation for their actions assisting SEMS at the scenes of EMS calls. These have included deployment of the police department held AED and/or performing CPR.

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